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What’s the Difference Between the Intuitive and Sensory Learning Styles?

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After posting the article 7 Steps to Finding the Perfect Intuitive Relationship, I received a lot of questions about the fundamental differences between between people with an Intuitive learning style and those with a Sensory learning style. This is important to address: of the major differences between people, the largest discrepancies lie in the differences between people who have a Sensory ... Read More »

How Daily Vacations Set You Free (Part 1)

If you’ve already jumped out of the cake naked, you may as well party.– Kelly Chastain One of the BEST things about taking a vacation is the sense of freedom and permission you experience. There’s a quote which says, “The rainy days a man saves for usually seem to arrive during his vacation.” Even if we’re a total penny-pincher, a ... Read More »

Who’s in Control of Your Life? Part II

(Before reading this post, I highly recommend starting with “Who’s in Control of Your Life? Part I”) Here are 5 strategies for realigning your locus of control: 5.       You associate more pain with the idea of taking responsibility for your life than you do with not taking control of your life. So, reverse that. Understand the pain that comes with letting ... Read More »

Who’s in Control of Your Life? Part I

The price of greatness is responsibility. -Winston Churchill At around the third grade, when we’re approximately the age of 8 or 9, we develop our true first understanding of ‘responsibility’. We begin to notice that there’s a direct link between our experiences and our actions. For example, we start to ‘get’ that our performance at school shows up in our ... Read More »

Stop “Outsourcing” Who You Are

Even if we don’t always have the best things to say about ourselves, most of us are pretty attached to who we are. The identity we’ve built for ourselves wasn’t an accident. It is the result of a lifetime of choices, which (at the very least) made sense to us at the time we made them. Even in my most ... Read More »

Death by 1,000 cuts

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One of my favorite writers coined a phrase I find to be deceptively simple: “Death [is] the high cost of living.” While I don’t think it’s healthy for people to have on their radars their imminent death, I do think that sometimes we forget just how easy it is to run out the clock, and to let life flow to ... Read More »