What happened to all of your questions? ___ “Sometimes the questions are complicated and the answers are simple.” Dr. Seuss Today. It’s your day. It’s your day to ask a question. Questions are powerful, they can change your mind, start a relationship or lead you into an unexpected future. I think that we all should … More Want Your World to be Better? Then Ask More Questions.
10 Ways to understand your personal recovery ‘sweet spot’ ___ “Improve a little each day. It compounds. When 1% compounds every day, it doubles every 72 days, not every 100 days. Compounding tiny excellence is what creates big excellence.” James Altucher As I wrote in the first part of this series, recovery is about learning how … More Recovery and Learning to Respect Your Limits, Part 2
How Knowing Your Limits Will Improve Your Life ___ The messages that we hear about our limits are confusing. Just read the two quotes below and you will see what I mean: Surrender to your limits. Peter Scazzero Whatever doesn’t kill me… had better start running Recovery is about learning how to accept your limits … More Recovery and Learning to Respect Your Limits, Part 1
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How can you let go of the past? By embracing it. ___ Things have happened to you that cause you pain. You may also have done other things that cause you pain. How can you embrace what pains you, the anchors that seem to bring you down? In a previous article, I wrote Your past … More Don’t Hate Your Past, Embrace It