De-Whackifying Oneself My brother, Brandon, and I were chatting the other day, about how we really are not comfortable with giving advice to others. We both agreed that there are a lot of pros and cons attached to advising people, such as: sometimes, even good advice can be misinterpreted, and also, humans tend to become … Continue reading How To Become Less Whack!
Finding Success On Your Own Terms Ever notice how the only time that most humans will give kudos to other humans, is when they are successful at doing common things? Think about it, academic accomplishments are awarded with a plethora of accolades, as are: marriages, new babies, career promotions, new businesses (depending on the business); … Continue reading Being Successful On Your Own Terms
Breaking The Rules of Tradition From birth, us humans have been being trained. We're trained to walk, talk, go potty, and around ages 3 or 4, we begin social training -- things such as: manners, sharing, and etiquette. The next course of training is morality. This is basically where we are taught the difference between … Continue reading Deconditioning Yourself
Embracing Your Interests And Curiosities I'm sure that we all have a few oddities that contributes to the people that we are--perhaps, some interests or hobbies that do not reflect our cultures or outer selves. To avoid criticisms and judgements from those who may not understand our unusual interests, we might choose to enjoy our … Continue reading Not Feeling Guilty About Our Guilty Pleasures.
Loving Your Flaws When Others Do Not "If you've not been criticized, booed, jeered, or such; it's not because you have no flaws, but because you don't count so much" ~Danny Thomas I fell in love with that poem when I heard Danny Thomas say it at the end of a Dean Martin's Celebrity Roast … Continue reading Feeling Good About YOU!