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Ask the Readers – Tell me about Your Motivation / Demotivation

Tweet    image credit   It’s been a while since I did a “Ask the Readers” post, so it’s about time. I’ve been thinking quite a lot about different kinds of motivation lately. Why is it that we are super motivated about certain things, but no at all motivated about others? Different motivations work for […]

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Ask the Readers: What Are You Insecure About?

Tweet  image by John Hain Insecurities!! Those ugly little  niggles that live in the back of your brain, and strike unexpectedly. You think you’ve got it all covered. You’ve conquered your demons. You are chasing your dreams. You’ve worked on your self-esteem and your confidence, and you know you’ve got what it takes. Then BOOM! […]

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Ask the Readers: Do You Use Journaling for Professional Development?

Tweet  image by paulworthington   Most people tend to use journaling for personal growth, and that’s great because journaling can take your personal development to a whole new level. But it can do the same for your professional development. If you want a successful career, or even if you are just trying to figure out what […]

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Ask the Readers: What Quality Do You Value the Most in Your Friends?

Tweet    Walking with a friend in the dark is better than walking alone in the light. – Helen Keller   Friends are important. It doesn’t matter how lovely your family is, friends are still important. I’m not talking about just casual acquaintances who may accompany you for a trip to the bar, or a […]

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Ask the Readers: What is Your Message?

Tweet  image by williammarlow   If  you were given the opportunity to spread any message to a large group of people, what would your message be?  Think about its impact. This message will spread far and wide, and therefore, you are responsible for the ripples it will create. You are responsible if people choose to […]

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Ask the Readers: Do You Use Journaling for Spirituality/Religion?

Tweet  image by alicepopkorn   Journaling, as all the Kaizen Warriors know, is suitable for all areas of life. You can use it to explore different areas of your life, as well as to affirm your beliefs, or develop your progress. Spirituality, religion, faith – whatever it is that you call it, becomes important for […]

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Ask the Readers: What Do You Do When You Are Feeling Down?

Tweet image by pinksherbet Every one has days when they feel a bit down, or a lot down. Even when your life’s going well, some days, you just feel that edge of depression.  I’m not even talking about clinical depression here. In the case of the actual illness of depression, I would highly recommend you […]

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Ask the Reader: Do You Like Writing With Fountain Pens?

Tweet I love writing with fountain pens. The two favourite fountain pens I have are a Parker Frontier that my husband gave me as a present, and a Waterman pen that was a present from fellow colleagues when I worked at a Library during college. Both are good quality, solid pens. The ink just flows […]

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Ask the Readers: Who Are You?

Tweet   The value of identity of  course is that so often with it comes purpose. – Richard Grant   Do you know who you are? Do you struggle sometimes, feeling at a loss, and ask yourself, “Who Am I?”  If you do, what is your biggest struggle or obstacle in finding yourself?    ACTION […]

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Ask the Readers: Are You Responsible For How Your Life Is?

Tweet  In the long run, we shape our lives, and we shape ourselves. The process never ends until we die. And the choices we make are ultimately our own responsibility.  – Eleanor Roosevelt   I hear people complaining all the time about how something is someone else’s fault. They blame their unhappiness on other people, […]

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