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A group of ballerinas dancing while raising both hands. Repetition

Repetition

Reading time: 5 minutes Repetition, Repetition, Repetition The Forming of Habits There’s an old saying that practice makes perfect. Constant practice and repetition of a movement is what a dancer does to improve their skill. The same as any other skilled individual in our world – a martial artist, a footballer, a metalsmith, a carpenter, a singer, a writer, […]

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A person cutting a piece of paper with scissors. Anger

Anger

Reading time: 9 minutes Anger Losing your Power Anger is an emotion we are all familiar with. Maybe too familiar. It’s like a demon that just sits there, sometimes festering, waiting to jump up and make an appearance. The thing is that it’s not just an emotion. Anger is more complex than it first appears, because it’s cause comes […]

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A man on a surfboard, riding a wave. Understanding Resistance

Understanding Resistance

Reading time: 7 minutes Understanding Resistance Blocking the Flow of Life Our lives would be so much simpler and easier if we went with the flow. But we don’t. We create resistance because of a number of factors, which is not dissimilar to trying to paddle upstream on a powerful river. What we need to do is to let […]

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Close-up of couple's hands intertwined to create a heart-like shape. Luck.

The Fallacy of Luck

Reading time: 7 minutes The Fallacy of Luck Is Luck Real? In his book “Thinking, Fast and Slow”, Daniel Kahneman indicates with a formula, that success is the result of talent plus luck. Professor Richard Wiseman, who published “The Luck Factor”, looks at luck from a more practical perspective. Where as Kahneman gives luck its usual mythical substance, some […]

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A group of Karate students sitting in two straight lines, in an upright position, meditating - Vietnam. Discipline.

Discipline

Reading time: 6 minutes Discipline Make a Decision and Act Throughout my life I had always thought that I was disciplined. I’d had this idea, this notion, that I was able to put my mind to something and get it done. But, in between, I had found that I was stalling. Procrastination was setting in. I would not do […]

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