Making Mistakes In Life You Don’t Need to Make (and How to Fix Them if You Do)

One of the benefits of watching the years go past in your life is the ability to look back and see where you screwed up.

If you look back often enough, with a discerning eye and an open heart, you can often self-correct along the way.

Or at the very least, you can learn from your screw-ups and become a bit wiser and stronger in other areas of your life.

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10 Ways to Know That You Are Ready To Grow

A guest post by Stephanie Wetzel

Standing on the edge of bigger dreams for our lives, we may not always know that true change is possible for us. Sure we read great blogs about living a bold and fearless life. We collect ideas for change like priceless trading cards.

We even study those who’ve walked the path before us and found success in their own lives. It all seems so easy for them, those lucky ones who have found their way through to the other side.

But what about the rest of us?

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How to Put Your Negative Thought Committee to Work for You

A guest post by Jennifer Boykin of Life After Tampons

So, this year is turning out to be a dream year for me. And, of course, only I could make that a bad thing.

Here’s how:

In February, I launched my dream business. I’m finally giving myself the gift of doing work that matters. My project is going really, really well.

In fact, my work was noticed by someone “big,” and now I’m part of an incredible mastermind group of kick-ass entrepreneurs all creating game changing businesses.

And that’s where the trouble really began.

A few weeks ago, I went to meet my team in New York for the first time. As you’d expect, they are all amazing people. I kept pinching myself that I was even allowed to be there. (Hear the insecurity already creeping in?)

I learned a lot and, by the time the weekend was over, I was on fire to do my work.

But then . . .

. . . I came home.

And, waiting for me in my office was my entire Itty Bitty Shitty Committee (IBSC) — otherwise known as the “voices in my head.”

My IBSC has been with me a long time. So long, in fact, that I have to replay their negativity messages on 8-track cassettes.

My IBSC tells me I’m . . .

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The Top 10 Big Fat Lies That Might Be Crippling You

Assume for a moment you have a situation that is uncomfortable or possibly painful for you.

If you had the choice of knowing or not knowing the painful truth about it, which would you choose?

Now think about this. If shining the spotlight on an area of your life might open a can of worms, would you rather take a good hard look or keep that area in darkness?

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25 Ways to Become the Best Version of Yourself

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Is it possible to be happy with yourself right now and still want to change your life?

Can you be content and evolving at the same time?

I believe you can.

In fact, I think this is a powerful balance we should strive for every day — the balance between happiness in the moment and action toward the best version of ourselves.

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How to Live Your Passion Without Giving Up Your Day Job

I spent many years (most of my adult life)  without knowing or living my life passion. But over the last few years, I've found it and I'm living it.

I can say without a doubt that finding and living your life passion makes a huge positive difference in your quality of life.

I'm sure if you survey other people who live with passion, you will hear the same thing.

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Is Travel Your Passion? 10 Steps to Stop Dreaming and Start Packing

The World is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page.  ~St. Augustine

Just about everyone lists travel as one of their passions in life.

We're enamored with the idea of travel — getting away, doing something fun and adventurous, seeing cool things, and meeting different people. It all sounds so exciting.

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