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Why you need to look back before you look forward

Why you need to look back before you look forward

“Don’t seek for everything to happen as you wish it would, but rather wish that everything happens as it actually will—then your life will flow well.”— Epictetus How weird is this… Stores full of shoppers without masks, teams meeting in person (like it’s a new thing)...

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Please stop making To-Do lists that don’t work

Please stop making To-Do lists that don’t work

There’s something seductive about making a list - especially at year end. Our Disney-like dream is that everything we list will - poof! - magically get done. So, we pull up a chair, grab our favourite pen, and with firm chin (whatever that means), open our journal to...

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Why I no longer make New Year’s Resolutions

Why I no longer make New Year’s Resolutions

There is a statistic commonly thrown around about New Year’s Resolutions.  Over 80% fail. What’s less commonly known is why they fail. I think most fail because of a lack of practice. Just like lifting weights, speaking a language or practicing Origami, if you don’t...

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Procrastinating about New Years goals? Make Origami instead.

Procrastinating about New Years goals? Make Origami instead.

It’s a bit cliche to brag about boycotting New Year’s resolutions. “It’s a joke,” you say, with no small amount of self-doubt, “nobody keeps them anyways, so why make ‘em?” Once again we stride into another year, full of swagger and with no end in mind. I have to...

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