Choosing To Do

If we let it, art can impact our lives and shape our attitudes. Justin Kanoya considers one work’s message and how he used it to process a sad event.

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Time Flies: Stop Wasting It

Times moves quickly. As we age it seems to go quicker and quicker. Zach Morgan shares some personal realizations and implores us to stop wasting time.

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Must-Haves and Deal-Breakers: A Simple Exercise for Personal Clarity

Big decisions are tough. What do I want for my career? Where, and how, do I want to live? This simple exercise will help you find personal clarity and make your next big decision considerably less daunting.

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Finding Joy: The Unexpected Pleasure of Tidying Up

Clutter — both the physical and mental kind — takes up mental space and weighs us down. What if spending time to clear the clutter and tidy up is the key to finding joy?

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Balancing Health and Work: A Call to Be Kind and Gentle to Ourselves

Sometimes it takes an unexpected emergency to get us to refocus. David Grossman shares how he’s reconsidering balancing health and work this year.

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Embracing Uncertainty: Finding My Voice Without Faking Confidence

Embracing uncertainty can be a scary proposition. Sara Saddington shares how she’s finding her voice without faking confidence.

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We All Want to Live a Great Story… So Why Don’t We?

Everyone wants to live a great story, but not everyone does. Seeing our lives as a story propels us forward. Here’s how to do that.

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Why It Matters That Your Best Ideas Come in the Shower

Have you found that your best ideas come in the shower? Here’s why it matters and why in an overstuffed world, space and daydreaming are important.

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You’re a Human Being, Not a Human Doing: 3 Steps to Opt Out of the Rat Race

Has life’s busyness got you ready to opt of out the rat race? Guest writer, Randy Conley, encourages us to remember we are human beings not human doings.

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A Mind Shift: Moving from “Have To” to “Get To”

Sometimes motivation is as simple (and complex) as a mind shift. What if we looked at our to-do lists as all the things we get to do instead of all the things we have to do?

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How One Woman Stole My Joy and What I Learned Fighting For It Back

In a world rocked by natural disasters, political tensions, war, racial conflict, and violent protests, is it foolish to worry about joy? Or defiant joy exactly what we need?

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Daydreams: Inspiration or Escape?

Our imaginations are powerful tools. Do your daydreams work as inspiring thoughts to motivate your or are they ways to escape the hard work associated with achieving your goals?

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