Tag: thinking

The Illusion of You: Finding Meaning in Not Existing

No two people have the same idea of You in their heads. This is the Illusion of You. If there’s no true You, there are no limitations to who You can be.

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Productivity Anxiety: That Annoying Voice That Never Lets Up

Productivity anxiety is that nagging sensation that you get when you’re not working, but feel like you should be working.

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Understanding Our Impact: The Responsibility of Being You

We all have an impact on someone else’s life. Be it minute or monumental, each of us needs to understand what that impact is.

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Certainty is Certainly Ridiculous

In today’s society, we tend to assume the worst possible scenario. Assuming that people have the worst intentions often leads to division.

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Why You Shouldn’t Believe Everything You Think

We can all fall victim to comparing ourselves to others sometimes. It’s important that we learn to block out the voice of self-doubt and accept whonwe are.

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Notes on Stagnating

I have a prominent and sometimes disruptive aversion to stagnating. (‘Stagnant’ is just an awful word in a linguistic sense too but that’s a whole other post.) Becoming stagnant has always been a fear in the back of my mind. It comes from submitting to the idea that if you’re not moving forward, you’re moving […]

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