Tag: fear

Making My Own Tracks – Being Adventurous

All photos are screenshots from the National Geographic story about the movie “Tracks.” Click here for more. Rob, I really like what you’re doing. I didn’t understand it before, but getting off your butt and actually doing something for yourself is important for all of us. …. It’s important that we leave each other and

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Midweek Share: Emotional Triggers

Somebody must need to hear about emotional triggers this morning, and it might be me. This blog woke me up at 3:30 AM dying to be written. So, I’m going to listen. I was triggered in a big way a couple of weeks ago. I love the description of being triggered. The trigger on a

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Girl Talk: The Distorted Image of Ourselves

I had my mid-year performance review last week. I updated my objectives and made comments on my performance the day before to prepare for the meeting. I had this overwhelming sense of shame that I had so many shortcomings when it came to my performance at my new job. I called my sponsor to discuss

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Midweek Share: Step 6 – Principle of Acceptance

Step 6: Acceptance The key to Step 6 is acceptance — accepting character defects exactly as they are and becoming entirely willing to let them go. ac·cept·ance [ak-sep-tuh ns] noun 1. the act of taking or receiving something offered. 2. favorable reception; approval; favor. 3. the act of assenting or believing: acceptance of a theory. 4.

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