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Let Jealousy Point You Towards Your Dreams
3 years ago

Let Jealousy Point You Towards Your Dreams

By  •  Life, Culture

When you don’t know what your dream actually is, or which direction to turn to, it’s helpful to pay attention to what stirs up your jealousy.

Jealousy tells you …
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Falling In Love With The Process, Not The Results
3 years ago

Falling In Love With The Process, Not The Results

In the driven and ambitious society that we live in, everything we do seems to be measured by the instant results. No longer, are the days when we were taught …
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3 Tips For Thriving When Faced With New Opportunities
3 years ago

3 Tips For Thriving When Faced With New Opportunities

We often find ourselves in new territory whether we wound up there or took a leap of faith to start. We are faced with new opportunities that stretch us beyond …
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How To Reconnect With Your Intuition When You Face Doubt
3 years ago

How To Reconnect With Your Intuition When You Face Doubt

Entrepreneur or not, most of us desire to pursue exciting and promising projects. When pursuing such projects, we naturally desire the confidence that we‛re moving in the right direction because …
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Using Mindfulness To Get You Through Your Journey
3 years ago

Using Mindfulness To Get You Through Your Journey

I come from a past tainted by depression, anxiety and self-injury; and the most common questions I have been asked are “how did I journey into hope and healing?” and …
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5 Simple Ways To Start Your Morning Strong
3 years ago

5 Simple Ways To Start Your Morning Strong

It’s 9AM on a Wednesday. Read a chapter in a John Steinbeck novel, finished cooking a blueberry pancake breakfast for my two roommates, and now I’m curled up with a …
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How Impact Investing Can Influence the World Around You
3 years ago

How Impact Investing Can Influence the World Around You

“Who’s coming with me?” Jerry Maguire

It’s easy to discount how much influence we can have on the people around us. That is until we remember how many of our …
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The Sober Experience: There’s Purpose In My Sobriety
3 years ago

The Sober Experience: There’s Purpose In My Sobriety

I am completing my second full year of sobriety from alcohol in April. I am very thankful to be here as a sober person. The path to sobriety was painful, …
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How Do You Use Your Social? 
3 years ago

How Do You Use Your Social? 

Have you taken a minute to stop and notice how much content in the digital world is thrown at you on a daily basis? If you haven’t, take a quick second …
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Finding Peace, Strength and Resilience At the End of The Road
3 years ago

Finding Peace, Strength and Resilience At the End of The Road

By  •  Life, Culture

I believe we are all on a journey. For some of us, we are in a place of utter chaos, burdened by misfortune and carrying the dead weight of our …
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What Makes You Tick? Questions To Ask Yourself
3 years ago

What Makes You Tick? Questions To Ask Yourself

I think it’s fair to say that no matter who we are or where we are at in this journey, we can always find ways to create more meaning in …
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Anxiety: Sometimes The Best Solution Starts With Saying “It’s Okay”
4 years ago

Anxiety: Sometimes The Best Solution Starts With Saying “It’s Okay”

By  •  Life, Culture

This time of year crams everyone’s agendas with more they can handle—holiday shopping, exams, the dailies. I’ve been bearing witness to it on social media every day, and most …
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A Beautiful Look Into Rwanda: Using Portraits To Understand Culture
4 years ago

A Beautiful Look Into Rwanda: Using Portraits To Understand Culture

So, on the one hand, culture renders all of us so radically disparate. It shapes our conceptions of what is ‘normal’, what we ought to do on a daily basis …
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Parenthood, Making An Impact And Not Being Perfect (It’s Okay!)
4 years ago

Parenthood, Making An Impact And Not Being Perfect (It’s Okay!)

You’ve seen the movies, the books, and the television shows. You’ve scrolled through the Facebook posts and the Instagrams. You know what I’m talking about—the images of families that do …
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Life Is A Marathon—Keep Breathing. Pace Yourself
4 years ago

Life Is A Marathon—Keep Breathing. Pace Yourself

We knew that a yearlong road trip would be a long haul…literally. But 30,000 miles and 44 states into it we’ve realized that it fits the marathon analogy pretty well. …
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How To Accept Challenges And Move Through Change
4 years ago

How To Accept Challenges And Move Through Change

Change is an inevitable and an inescapable part of life. We are constantly bombarded with new things, ideas, and circumstances that challenge us all the way to our core. It …
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How Your Hardships Can Make You Better, Not Bitter
4 years ago

How Your Hardships Can Make You Better, Not Bitter

Suffering is part of the human condition. No one escapes this life untouched by pain and heartache. Hardships, when they happen, often arise out of the blue and can plague …
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How To Empower Yourself In The Midst of Your Struggles
4 years ago

How To Empower Yourself In The Midst of Your Struggles

By  •  Life, Culture

Being human can be hard sometimes. We fight battles everyday whether that’s externally or internally. We taunt ourselves by ruminating on our failures and our weaknesses and we neglect ourselves …
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Are We Too Independent for Our Own Good?
4 years ago

Are We Too Independent for Our Own Good?

In his book The Epic of America, James Truslow Adams, stated that the “American Dream” is “that dream of a land in which life should be better and richer and …
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START A CONVERSATION THAT MATTERS
4 years ago

START A CONVERSATION THAT MATTERS

C.S. Lewis once wrote, “You all know that security is mortals’ greatest enemy.”  Everywhere we look, we can see complacency in America.  Everyone likes the feeling of comfort.  However, we …
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Philanthropic Action In Our Community, Society, Culture And Country
4 years ago

Philanthropic Action In Our Community, Society, Culture And Country

In 1919, when responding to the essay prompt “what is wrong with the world?” G.K Chesterton wrote, “I am”. This is at first a difficult concept to grasp; we often …
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How to Boldly Respect Your Struggle
4 years ago

How to Boldly Respect Your Struggle

Stories are road-maps leading us to a destination that have yet to be uncovered. Our stories are our internal compass and without one we remain lost in the vastness of this …
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Exciting Is The Other Side of Scary
4 years ago

Exciting Is The Other Side of Scary

We are continually told that the world is a scary place and in many ways it is. A quick flick through any paper shows that. We are told not to …
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To Start Great Movements We Must Be Whole First
4 years ago

To Start Great Movements We Must Be Whole First

As millennials, we are the epic world changers, the believers in humanity, and the ones to shake up the status quo of modern culture. We are the voice of the …
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Ideas Do Lead To Possibilities
5 years ago

Ideas Do Lead To Possibilities

Without ideas (and a bit of initial intent), change wouldn’t happen. What is new would become old. Imagine if someone did not have the idea that change was needed …
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