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What Is the Ego – The Illusion of the Ego

What is the ego? Are you the ego? What is the meaning of this word? How would you define it? Are you your name, individuality, personality or body, or are they just tools you use for expressing yourself in the external world? These are not strange, meaningless questions. Have you ever questioned your identity or wondered who you really are? It is most likely that you never did. The Illusion of the Ego If someone calls your name, you would…

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How I Found My Passion (And How You Can Find Yours)

I didn’t know I’d end up doing what I do today. I built my first website when I was 14. I started trying to make money online in 2006-2007. I spent $10,000+ on coaching, courses, and every other product between heaven and earth, looking for shortcuts and secret formulas. I failed over and over again. Those failures helped chip away what I thought I wanted, and reveal what made my heart sing. But even with that insight, I was imprisoned by…

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A Solid Dose Of Science & Spirituality Brought To You By Joe Dispenza

This weekend I traveled to Nanaimo, British Columbia to attend the Science & Spirituality Conference. There were hundreds of people in attendance,  from over 40 different countries. It was truly a unique, and life-enriching experience. A big thanks to Elan, the mastermind of the event, for having me. While this conference ran from June 14-19th, I only had time to attend Friday’s workshop with Joe Dispenza. This was something I’ve wanted to do since I picked up one of Joe’s…

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50 Valuable Pieces Of Advice For Anyone Turning 18

If you are turning 18 this year, you should follow this advice from Ask Reddit.  1. You’re still a kid, and will realize over the years that you still will be a kid until around 30. Even then you’ll still have days where you wonder about your maturity (I’m 34, still wondering myself). Get a credit card and put regular monthly expenses on it. Pay it off every month. It’s not the end of the world to have a balance…

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Do Stress Ball Really work to relief from Daily Stress- a complete guide

Few months back I came to know  about stress ball from one of my friend who used it as a stress reliever. Believe me among all the other method of stress busters, I found it one of the simplest way to release some part of the tension, built up instantly. Every day you feel stress at your job or in your family life, you want to control it and finding some useful way, right? Even I think you are probably…

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How to stay focused on your goals

Have you ever struggled to work consistently on your goals? How many times have you got distracted, confused or lost faith? Isn’t that what happens with most of us every single day? We fight with ourselves. We question our beliefs. We do our best to convince ourselves that we are in the right direction. But one single negative thought takes us back to square one. We feel as if we have just fallen from a sky scraper. So, how do…

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Sweet Southern Sass: Keeper Of The Stars

“It was no accident me finding you.  Someone had a hand in it long before we ever knew.” Tracy Byrd Oh my gosh why in the world did this song get stuck in my head?  It was played at my wedding 1997 and I still can’t listen to the entire song.  It certainly wasn’t an accident that I met him.  I mean he was leaning on a pole with his black cowboy hat on and I just walked right up…

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Hiring an agency vs recruiting in-house

When it comes to marketing, value is everything. Achieving your goals has a price attached to it, whether that’s measured in time or money. The extent of your success comes down to how you balance your budget with clear, SMART goals. As an agency providing digital marketing services to ambitious businesses, we sometimes have to justify the factors that make us a better investment than an in-house option. Beyond the monetary comparison, there are a number of factors that should be considered, and this…

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Peter Mallouk — Exploring the Worlds of Investing, Assets, and Quality of Life (#356)

“You spend the first 20 years of being rich accumulating all of this stuff. And then you’ll spend the next 20 years trying to get out of one thing after another to simplify your life.” — Peter Mallouk Peter Mallouk (@PeterMallouk) is the President of Creative Planning, one of the largest independent wealth management firms in America. Creative Planning provides wealth management services to clients, manages over $36 billion for clients in all 50 states and abroad, and has been featured…

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6 Tips for Staying Motivated During the Bleak Winter Months

For many of us, winter is in full swing. And although in our minds we’d like to think of wintertime as an idyllic snow-covered wonderland, the reality of the situation is that a lot of us are struggling during this season. The so-called “winter blues” became a common concept for a reason. As the days get shorter and colder, so many of us become easily tired, unmotivated, and unproductive. So if you’ve been struggling to find the positive vibrations within…

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21 Basic Yoga Poses for Beginners: Plus Vids

WTF is a “downward dog” anyways? Is there a downward cat? Do I have to shop at Lululemon now? When somebody mentions they practice yoga, these might be some of the questions that enter your mind. I know it’s what I thought about! Although I was initially afraid of getting on the mat for years, I now freaking love it and flow through some yoga poses whenever I can. It’s my favorite solution for improving mobility and flexibility, staying injury-free…

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ADHD Summer Camp Can Improve Social Skills of Special Kids

Children look forward to summer camp for various reasons: trying unique and exciting activities, making new friends (or reconnecting with old ones), and seeking adventure away from parents. Parents often look to camp for growth opportunities – physical, social and emotional. Great summer camps offer all of this to many children, including some with ADHD. A camp designed especially for children with ADHD offers a lot of benefits. Independence The act of leaving the family and joining a cabin group…

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How To Design the Life You Want w/ AJ Yager (TPS215)

Today’s episode is with Thanh, the CEO of Asian Efficiency, who’s having a conversation with his friend AJ about how to design the life you want. He goes into detail about how you can envision the perfect lifestyle and take actionable steps to build it. They share their personal productivity strategies for doing it – some that you might not have heard of. What’s also unique about this episode is how AJ shares his data-driven approach to building a productive…

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Sweet Southern Sass: Beautiful Crazy

“Her day starts with a coffee and ends with a wine.  Takes forever to get ready so she’s never on time for anything.  Beautiful crazy, the way she dances, ain’t afraid to take chances and wears her heart on her sleeve.  Yeah, she’s crazy but her crazy’s beautiful to me.”  Luke Combs As promised here is a little something, something on why Luke Combs might just know me. HaHa My day definitely starts with coffee, sometimes ends with a wine…

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3 Examples of How to Build a Strong Foundation for Your Startup

Image Credit: Twenty20.com No one likes to fail. It’s a fact that every startup, however, is flirting with failure. No matter how badly you want to succeed, there’s still a possibility your business just won’t make it. The good news is, there are concrete steps you can take to make sure that doesn’t happen. A great way to ensure your success is to look at other startups that have made it, and see what they’re doing that you can emulate.…

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How To Live Naturally In An Unnatural World (B&D Podcast #22)

Hello friend. Here is episode 22 of the Bold and Determined Podcast. The streaming audio is available above. If you prefer to listen to this podcast in a different format here are the direct links: YouTube / iTunes / Google Play / Stitcher  In the last episode we discussed: Crazy people, complainers, meditation for developing power, medicine, and developing total mental strength. In this episode we discuss: Natural living, Amazon kindle/audible royalties, more on carnivore, the modern medical industry, collapse of the empire, and the suicide of the…

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