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Morgan Sontag's picture

Debuting The Victim

Do you know what I mean when I say,” this persona: The Victim is the all-time favorite of most people?” I mean, it is the most popular, and almost acceptable in our culture.  You can hear the tone and chatter of the victim in public places.   Some people think of a victim as the recipient of brutality or attack, thus they don’t recognize the typical subtleties of their own victim attitude and speak.

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Stacey Curnow's picture

Does Slow And Steady REALLY Win The Race?

Andrea and Stacey running Biltmore Marathon

As you may know, I completed my 5th marathon right around this time last year. (That’s a picture of me and a friend running it.) But what you may not know is what got me into running marathons in the first place.

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Anna Garrett's picture

Is Perimenopause Stealing YOUR Zzzzs?

Is Perimenopause Stealing YOUR Zzzzs?

  • Lying awake night after night staring at the ceiling?
  • Walking through your days with a nagging headache and brain fog?
  • Wishing you could get a solid 8 hours of sleep so you’d feel like yourself for just ONE day??
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Kim Anami's picture

The Sex Prayer

Sex Prayer

“The anxiety of falling in love could only find repose in bed.”

This is one of my favorite quotes from my favourite fiction book in the world: One Hundred Years of Solitude, by Gabriel Garcia Marquez.

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Danielle LaPorte's picture

How We Run Meetings, Get Personal, Get Down To Business, Get It Done

Team Meeting

Being a virtual company is mostly all great — the freedom, working in your yoga pants with a puppy on your lap — or from a hotel room, solitude to create. And… it has challenges. #TeamDanielle is made up of a core team of 8 women + key service providers. The biggest challenge for me with being a virtual business was our team meetings.

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Eric Nelson's picture

The Universal Desire For Universal Health

You’d be hard-pressed these days, at least here in the U.S., to come up with a more divisive subject than universal health care, but probably just as hard-pressed to find a more universal desire than good health. Even if we can’t all agree on how it’s achieved, it’s still something we all want.

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Christine Arylo's picture

Give Up Negative Self Talk!...Choose Supportive Self-Love Talk

WHAT IF YOU COULD GIVE UP NEGATIVE SELF-TALK? WATCH THIS SELF-LOVE DIVINE SPARK FOR YOUR HEART

Here’s the straight self-love truth..

Just like giving up any negative toxic habit – like biting your finger nails, smoking, or eating junk food – you can CHOOSE to not be a negative self-talker.

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Hiro Boga's picture

Build A New Body Of Experience

Build A New Body of Experience

If you’re going through one of those narrow places in your life where you feel alone and unprotected -- that trapped, not-enough-air-to-breathe feeling where the walls of your world loom over you, steep and hard-edged, and there’s no inspiring star to guide you -- please know that this is a passage in which we all find ourselves bewildered, from time to time.

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Mike Robbins's picture

Swing Hard (Just in Case You Hit It)

Swing Hard

In July of 1992, the summer between my senior year in high school and my freshman year at Stanford, I got invited to play in the U.S. Junior National Baseball Championship tournament in Boise, Idaho. It was a pretty big deal. Some of the top high school players in the country were there, including a 16-year-old shortstop from Miami named Alex Rodriguez. So there we were, a group of pretty talented and confident (i.e., cocky) high school baseball players, but beneath the outward cockiness was a deep sense of insecurity, especially being around other players of this caliber.

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Lissa Rankin's picture

10 Signs Fear Is Running Your Life (And How To Get Back On Track)

Fear

Most people in our culture are riddled with fear, and it’s running the show in our lives, taking the wheel in most of our decision-making. But the funny thing is, we don’t even know it. This is partly because, in our culture, we tend to dress up “fear” in the more socially acceptable clothes of “stress.” And stress—well, hell—stress is practically a badge of success in our culture!

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