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Overcoming that Critical Inner Voice and the Stories it Creates

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We all have it…that critical inner voice that sounds a lot like ourselves but is meaner than a caged wet cat with a child pulling its tail. Yes, you’re not the only one with a voice in your head that tells you you’re ugly, that tells you not to even try, that tries to get you to believe that you’re different, in a bad way, from everyone around you. It’s a little different for everyone, but most of us have a critical inner narrator that seems bent on criticizing us. The results of this determine the trajectories of our lives, so really, it’s a pretty big deal. Read on for 4 steps to start taking charge.

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All You Need Is Love – Bring a little love into your story

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Martin Luther King Jr. said, “Darkness can’t drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate can’t drive out hate; only LOVE can do that.” Join us today for a discussion on love. While love is always needed, always in style, now more than ever in our crazy and torn world, we need to talk about love. We need to share stories about love.

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Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?

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Every day we write our own stories with the choices we make. Remember the “choose your own ending” story books in grade school? At each junction in the story the reader could choose what the protagonist would do. “If you go to grandmother’s house, turn to page 6. If you go to the lake with your friends, turn to page 68.” The story was different depending upon the choices you made. Now that we’re all grown up, we make these choices every day. Some days are bigger than others. How can the story change with even the smallest change in our choices? Read on for some thoughts on the way we shape our stories.

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Once Upon A Time – Not Just for Kids Anymore (Business)

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  Once Upon A Time – Not Just for Kids Anymore   Project managers have a big job. They have people to coordinate, resources to manage, projects that have to be taken from concept to completion, and they are the responsible party for seeing that it’s done correctly and on time. This is no small…

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