Monthly Archives: April 2012

Relationships and Psychology: We’re More Alike than We Think

We receive a lot of input from many sources in life that focus on who is better, richer, stronger, most beautiful, most talented, most athletic, etc. – which puts the emphasis on superlatives and its inherent competition. There are those … Continue reading

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Jack of All Trades, Master of None: Why Specialists Are Happier (and More Successful)

Human beings have a difficult time with the idea of limitations. We don’t want to be told there are things we cannot do, which is why we hold stubbornly to the idea that “if we really put our minds to … Continue reading

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Learn How to Celebrate You!

Why do so many people go through life feeling unhappy, dissatisfied, and unfulfilled? I believe that, in many cases, it’s because they’ve been taught to suppress their core being – the unique traits that combine to make them who they … Continue reading

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