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4 Steps to Leaving Your Negative Thinking Patterns Behind

Unlearning negative thinking can be thought of as unraveling a tightly bound rope and pulling apart each thread in order to “un-create” the old and re-create something new. It calls for challenging your current beliefs and outlooks on life to see if they really resonate with you or if they’re just a loop playing from …

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Call Me a Woman – How It Goes for Women, Goes the Business, the Nation, and the State

More and more global and national leaders have come to understand that as women lead, negotiate, and legislate, everyone does better. And for this reason, closing the gender gap is critically important to solving our greatest challenges and improving the lives of people around the globe. In the way of our collective potential and progress: …

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Why the Brain Replays our Fear-Filled Thoughts

The brain replays everything or more accurately the mind does The brain is neutral. It simply fires on all cylinders. Synapses connect with synapses, creating neural pathways. The brain doesn’t grade our thoughts or put them into positive or negative categories. The mind does that. What’s the difference? The mind is a collection of thoughts, …

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Hema Vyas Heart-Set Class Prosperity

Together we are greater than the sum of our parts

As a psychologist, human capital strategist, mentor, and speaker, what I have observed is that sometimes the most heart-centered leaders can have unconscious blocks when it comes to prosperity. A common, dominant intention for empathic personality types with a high degree of spiritual awareness is to heal and be of service to others. At a …

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3 Ways to Stop Being a People Pleaser

Stop People-Pleasing to Improve Your Health Each of us wants to feel accepted and liked. We want to be recognized for our hard work and thought of as kind and helpful in our communities and among friends. But if you’re a people pleaser, you have most likely picked-up some habits that are slowly eating away …

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Why Willpower Rarely Works with Lynda Lippin

Why Willpower Rarely Works

Willpower is seen as a positive character trait in Western culture. Having willpower is being strong, self-controlled, and appropriate. Merriam Webster defines willpower in two ways, “the ability to control one’s own actions, emotions, or urges,” and “strong determination that allows one to do something difficult.” While this doesn’t sound bad, the problems come when …

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