Tag: motivation

You Are What You Think You Are

You are what you think you are. If you frame your existence negatively, you will soon begin to believe you are a bad person.

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Why Discipline is More Important than Ambition

Anyone can be ambitious, but not everyone cares enough to be disciplined, and that’s why discipline is more important to success than talent and ambition will ever be.

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Death Anxiety and the Truth About Santa Claus

I had a couple of things in mind to write about today. I decided to go for the thing that gave me a good, long week of anxiety though. It gave me a full-fledged panic attack at one stage as well. It’s a vulnerability but I’ve always found that breaking down the source of anxiety […]

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Mental Oasis

We’re not gonna mention the war. We won’t talk about that thing that’s on the edge of everyone’s covered breath. There’s no point. You hear about it enough now. Let’s talk about that which isn’t mentioned, the unperceivable benefit it has brought to our lives. This benefit is obvious if you take a step back […]

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The Last Thing Kobe Taught Me

If you’ve been under a rock for the past week then you may not have heard about the death of Kobe Bryant. You more than likely have. I don’t want to rehash what you already know here but I think we can all agree how awful and sad it is. Losing Kobe, his daughter and […]

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Why You Shouldn’t Make a New Year’s Resolution

Every day between Christmas and New Year’s feels like a Sunday. Sundays are grand yokes but they also come with a gentle anxiety about the week ahead. It’s irritating but usually, not unmanageable. Now imagine a week of Sundays that don’t just lead up to a new week but to a brand new year. The […]

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