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5 Ways to Let Go and Embrace an Uncertain Future

by Lori Deschene “Uncertainty is the only certainty there is, and knowing how to live with insecurity is the only security.” ~John Allen Paulos I used to love uncertainty. I wandered my way all around this country with little more than a suitcase and a journal. Committing to anything felt limiting, suffocating even. One day I

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7 Ways to Get Past Tough Situations Quickly

by Lori Deschene “Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you respond to it.” -Charles Swindoll One day everything seems great in your world; maybe not perfect, but overall things are going to plan.  And then something happens. You lose your job.  Or someone you love.  Or your home.  Or maybe even your

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Lose 9 Words, Improve Your Results

How aware are you of your language?  Do you know that there are certain words that are used in everyday language that seriously affect your outcomes and in a negative way?  Here are just nine of them, how many do you use regularly? 1. Can’t As the quote from Henry Ford says: “Whether you can

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Do Happy: Choose to Lose

by Lori Deschene “Being right is highly overrated. Even a stopped clock is right twice a day.” ~Unknown We all know someone who always needs to be right. She turns everything into an argument worthy of a courtroom, complete with counter arguments and below-the-belt accusations.  She finds holes in everything you say, even if you

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Do Happy: Be Unreachable

by Lori Deschene Your boss could email.  Your mother might call.  Your boyfriend could text.  A potential client might @reply.  A colleague could leave a blog comment.  Your cousin may IM with information you need to know now. Everything seems urgent in an always-on world, where we can access each other at any time.  Even

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