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    1. The Virtue of Looking at 'Negative' Emotions from a New Perspective

      The Virtue of Looking at 'Negative' Emotions from a New Perspective

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from the Higher Perspective. It’s titled 7 "Negative" Behaviors That Are Actually Healthy and we thought that we'd share it here.

      It offers some thought-provoking perspectives. Here’s one that we thought was interesting:

      It's true, anger isn't exactly the most attractive feature on a person for most, but not for me. If you can get mad, if you can feel the emotion, I say that's a good thing.

      Take the energy produced by your anger and use it for a positive result. Learn to express your anger ...

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    2. Experience is a Prerequisite to Effective Gut Feeling Decision Making

      Experience is a Prerequisite to Effective Gut Feeling Decision Making

      There are times when we've got no choice but to listen to our gut feelings. This is why we thought we’d share this fascinating article from the Being Guru. It’s called A True Gut Feeling Comes with Experience and Having Made a Lot of Decisions in Life.

      It gives us some thought-provoking perspectives. This one's particularly intriguing:

      To hone inner intuition, it is very necessary to give our brain some emotional information to work with. This is typically done through life experiences and that enhances the chance of success of a decision purely on the gut ...

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    3. The Importance of Small Steps in Getting You Started

      The Importance of Small Steps in Getting You Started

      Life has ups and downs. Some of the downs, however, can lead to us becoming stagnant. Here's a fascinating article from the Lifehacker that has some suggestions that might help us when times get really tough. It's called Where to Start When it Feels Like Nothing is Going Right Your Life.

      It shares some powerful insights. This one's particularly thought-provoking:

      What you do doesn’t always have to be big. It can be just one small thing. Think of something that has bothered you for a long time and handle it. Fix a wobbly doorknob, cancel your ...

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    4. How To Be Less Reactive to Things You Can't Change

      How To Be Less Reactive to Things You Can't Change

      Stumbled upon this interesting article from Higher Perspectives. It's called Nothing is Permanent.

      It shares some really fascinating points of view that we thought you should read. Here's one of them:

      Even people who truly don't fear how others perceive them experience social anxiety, often for no apparent reason. If one looks deep within themselves, they may actually be relieved to realize there's almost no reason for that anxiety.

      Thinking through what is even making you anxious in the first place should help establish a foundation of clarity, an untangled subconscious.

      Give the rest of the ...

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    5. How Challenging Your Comfort Zone Can Lead to More Exciting Opportunities

      How Challenging Your Comfort Zone Can Lead to More Exciting Opportunities

      We stumbled upon this interesting piece by Jolene Piexoto. It's called Challenging Your Comfort Zone and we thought it would be worth the read for you as well.

      In this feature, she features Jill Smith who shares with us some thoroughly fascinating ideas about challenging one's comfort zone. Here's a short excerpt that thought was worth sharing:

      The first thing that came to mind is “Just keep swimming” – from Dory in Finding Nemo. Work and life can be tough at times but if you just keep moving forward then you will feel a sense of purpose and ...

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    6. Finding Motivation and Engagement at Work and in Life

      Finding Motivation and Engagement at Work and in Life

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from the Addicted 2 Success. It’s titled 5 Ways to Find Everyday Motivation in the Least Likely Places.

      It offers some interesting perspectives. Here’s one that we thought was interesting:

      Think about the reason why you’re feeling down, and treat it as a challenge. Consider it as a game, and you need to beat your competition with any strategy that you can think of and come out on top. Feel that boost of energy?

      To find out more, take a look at the rest of this write-up.

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    7. Living With Purpose According to Rudá Iandê

      Living With Purpose According to Rudá Iandê

      Came across this fascinating piece from a podcast episode from the Ideapod that thoroughly piqued our interest. The title is Living Your Purpose: An Interview With Rudá Iandê. We thought it would be awesome to share it with you.

      Rudá gives us some intriguing perspectives here. This is one of them:

      Your emotions are what makes you human. It’s sometimes a painful gift, but it’s a gift. Don’t fight it. Be grounded in this place instead. You’ll not only have a much more complete and profound inner life but will also be able to make your ...

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    8. The Glaring Downside of the Tech Company Culture

      The Glaring Downside of the Tech Company Culture

      This post from the Fast Company piqued our curiosity. It's called We Need to be More Honest About What the Tech Culture is Doing to Our Mental Health.

      It offers us some nuggets of wisdom. This one, in particular, was very thought-provoking:

      One of the most prevalent myths in Silicon Valley is that the only way entrepreneurs can achieve the pinnacle of professional excellence is by aggressively “optimizing” their lives. This “always-on” focus has become a disease where leaders get to rebrand addictive behaviors—sacrificing sleep, exercise, family, and sometimes, rationality—as actions to be emulated in order to ...

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    9. Why We Shouldn't be Having the Debate Between Globalism and Nationalism Anymore

      Why We Shouldn't be Having the Debate Between Globalism and Nationalism Anymore

      This article from the blog pages of Wake Up World piqued our curiosity. The author is Tai Chi teacher Ethan Indigo Smith and he calls this piece The Duality of Polarity: Beyond Nationalism and Globalism.

      In it, he offers up some nuggets of wisdom. This one, in particular, was immensely thought-provoking:

      Our interconnected worldly institutions offer a stark choice of conformity or confrontation, via nationalism and globalism. Worse, they lead us to believe that this is the only option. We know better. 

      Check out the rest of his work from the website linked below…

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    10. Signs That We Need Emotional Healing

      Signs That We Need Emotional Healing

      Came across this interesting article from Higher Perspective. It's simply called Emotional Healing and it shares some really fascinating tips that we couldn't help but share.

      It offers us some ways to spot if we or the people around us need emotional healing. Here's one sign that's really striking:

      When we need to emotionally heal but don't want to, we tend to distract ourselves. This leads to our minds working entirely too hard.

      This can increase stress and reduce productivity. Be gentle on your mind. Let yourself emotionally heal.

      To learn more about this, give ...

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    11. Sara Restaurant: A Restaurant Design with Recycled Materials and Earthly Minimalism

      Sara Restaurant: A Restaurant Design with Recycled Materials and Earthly Minimalism

      The details for the interior are added by creating a sensation of being at the edge of a water body, a place for them who look for a calm escape. The highly-textured elements of wood, velvet, and leather are combined to give a weightiness sense for the guests.

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    12. Staying in Tune With Others Through Listening

      Staying in Tune With Others Through Listening

      Thought we'd share this fascinating article from Thomas Huebl. It's called Listening and we thought that we would share it.

      In it, he shares some important pointers. This one's a particularly thought-provoking piece of wisdom from this write-up:

      There is the relationship space. In the space that happens between us, there is not only empty air, but a lot of information. For our communication it is important to perceive whether someone is withdrawing from this space or whether we are completely present and relaxed so that we can have flowing conversations. And whether we are able to ...

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    13. A New Way of Looking at Consciousness

      A New Way of Looking at Consciousness

      We found this piece on Pressenza International Press Agency and thought that we would share it here. It's called Spiritual Science: How A New Perspective On Consciousness Could Help Us Understand Ourselves.

      In it, Steve Taylor of Leeds Beckett University shares some great insights on consciousness. Here's one that's really thought-provoking:

      Human shared fundamental consciousness means that it is possible for us to sense the suffering of others and to respond with altruistic acts. Since we share fundamental consciousness with other species, too, it is possible for us to feel empathy with – and to behave altruistically towards ...

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    14. The Power of the 4-Hour Workday

      The Power of the 4-Hour Workday

      Here's a fascinating article from Being Guru that we thought we just had to share. It's called The Power of "Four Power Hours' in a Day.

      In it, Hisham Sarwar shares an excellent productivity hack. Here's a short excerpt for some context:

      Now, I work for 4 hours a day. By removing all distractions, I am able to concentrate on my work and these 4 power hours enable me to think, execute my tasks in a timely manner. Time is money, we can not win the time back so why not come up with a technique and ...

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    15. Methods That Can Help You Be Present in the Moment

      Methods That Can Help You Be Present in the Moment

      Stumbled upon this article from Psychology Today. It's called 7 Ways to Practice Being in the Present Moment.

      It shares with us some excellent tips. Here's one of them:

      Your senses alert you, and inform you about what is going on around you, at least on an unconscious level. So practice paying attention to what you see, smell, hear, taste, and touch. In fact, this works particularly well when you’re feeling anxious and/or depressed. Stop what you’re thinking and consciously feel what your senses are bringing to your attention.

      For more of these interesting tips ...

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    16. Meditation Tips for Better Health

      Meditation Tips for Better Health

      Have you read this article from Hosbeg? It's called Meditations for Health: Steps to Meditate Your Way to a Better You.

      It shares some interesting meditation tips that novices and experts can use in their own practice. Here's one that's particularly fascinating:

      When you feel like you’re getting distracted, or you sense a thought popping up in your head, don’t judge yourself. 

      Everyone, even the people that have years of experience with meditation, has this happen to them. 

      Instead of worrying about “clearing your mind” (which, as we all know, is pretty much impossible anyway ...

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    17. How to Stay Positive Despite Setbacks

      How to Stay Positive Despite Setbacks

      Stumbled upon this intriguing article from Positively Positive. It's called A Happiness Question: What Should We Do if We Feel Like We've Fallen Behind or Fallen Off the Wagon?

      Gretchen Rubin shares some really interesting thoughts here. This one included:

      Remember, any progress is better than no progress! You may not have finished a full draft, but you have an outline of your novel. You haven’t switched careers yet, but you’ve started thinking about next steps.

      She has a lot more important tips here that you might find thought-provoking. Do check the rest of the article ...

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    18. The Importance of Asking Deeper Questions

      The Importance of Asking Deeper Questions

      Came across this fascinating article on Psychology Today. Thought we would share it with you. It's called Find Deeper Meaning by Asking Deeper Questions.

      It's got a lot of interesting ideas. Here's one of them:

      Socrates believed that the wisest person is the person who is most aware of his or her own ignorance. In this regard, he believed that it was best to start by stating “he knew nothing” in recognition that he was open to learning new insights. Humbly, he recognized that there were limits to his own knowledge.

      There are lots more like these ...

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    19. The Importance of Friends During Trying Times

      The Importance of Friends During Trying Times

      Thought we'd share this insightful piece from the Ithaca Journal. It's called Having a Friend During Treatments.

      In it, the Cayuga Medical Center shares its thoughts on cancer treatment. Here's a great piece of the article that we found really thought-provoking:

      For Richard, the friendly smile of a familiar volunteer is a key benefit of the partnership developed between the Cancer Resource Center of the Finger Lakes and Cayuga Medical Center. Every three weeks, Richard receives immunotherapy at the hospital. When he and his wife, Pat, arrive, a Cancer Resource Center volunteer is there to greet them ...

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    20. How Having a Rival Can Make You Better

      How Having a Rival Can Make You Better

      Here's a fascinating piece from the Harvard Business Review's HBR IdeaCast podcast. It's called How Having a Rival Improves Performance.

      In it, podcast host Curt Nikisch and his guest psychologist Adam Grant share some of their thoughts on the value of having rivals. Here's one of Adam Grant's most interesting points:

      So you know, if you assume that every one of your rivals is out to get you, then you’re going to have pretty adversarial relationships with those rivals. If on the other hand, you assume that they might be out to help you ...

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    21. How To Tell if You've Found Your True Calling

      How To Tell if You've Found Your True Calling

      Have you read this beautiful article from Goal Cast? It's called 7 Signs You Found Your Life's Calling and we thought that it would be awesome to share it with you.

      Aly Walansky shares some fascinating perspectives here. Here's a thought-provoking one:

      When doing it, time will fly by and you won’t even realize it. It will give you a deep sense of contribution and connection. It will, simply, bring you joy.

      To find out the other 6 signs, check out the rest of this write-up at the full article at Goal Cast.

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    22. How to Handle Impaired Workers at the Work Site

      How to Handle Impaired Workers at the Work Site

      Thought we would share this excellent write-up from the Construction Business Owner blog. It's called Addressing Impaired Workers on Your Jobsite.

      It's a hard-hitting article that tackles a pertinent issue. Here's a short shareworthy quote from it that we thought was interesting:

      Impairment in the workplace is a reality in 2019, and it reduces quality and safety. The more pertinent question at this point is how to address the problem. Part of the solution is providing more education for management and other staff on how to recognize impairment and use coaching techniques to help impaired persons achieve ...

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    23. Finding Your Life's Purpose

      Finding Your Life's Purpose

      We found this article from Jack Canfield and thought that might be a good one to share here. It's called 10 Life Purpose Tips to Help You Find Your Passion

      He shares some interesting insights here. This one's thought-provoking:

      All you have to do is decide where you want to go by clarifying your vision, then lock in your destination through goal setting, affirmations, and visualization, and then start taking the actions that will move you in the right direction. With every picture you visualize, you’re “inputting” the destination you want to get to. Every time you ...

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    24. Some Tips on How to Build a Stronger Relationship With Your Spouse

      Some Tips on How to Build a Stronger Relationship With Your Spouse

      This relationship altering article from Project Hot Mess, we thought, would be awesome to share here. It's called 7 Things You Can Do Each Day to Have a Stronger Marriage.

      Blogger Krystal Kleidon shares some interesting tips here. This one is particularly thought-provoking:

      Sure, we talk to each other often throughout the day, but we need to make time for real conversation too. Conversation that is focused on each other, without distraction (or as limited as one can get with kids) and where you actually listen to each other.

      For the rest of her fascinating tips, check out the ...

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