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Why the World Needs Happy Men

And 10 steps to start becoming that man I love men. Especially happy men. But there aren’t many of those around. It’s not your fault, men. Society has made you what you are today. It has made you wear masks that hide the real you. The sweet you. The gentle you.… Read more

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9 Reasons Why Making Assumptions is Dangerous

“When you assume, you make an ASS out of U and ME” I first heard these words of wisdom years ago when I was learning to drive. I’d made an assumption about what another driver was going to do. My driving instructor’s response told me my assumption was incorrect. He… Read more

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When You Don’t Have a Plan, You Just Have to Trust Life

Lessons from years spent journeying without a clear destination I felt so adrift. So lost. I could barely string sentences together, let alone thoughts. But I did know one thing. I had to get out of town. Fast. My mother had died a few weeks earlier. Amid the relief that… Read more

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It’s Time to Stop Chasing Perfection

And start accepting it You are already perfect. Yet, you don’t feel it. Far from it. All you can see are imperfections. When you look in the mirror. When you hear the voices inside your head. When you look at everyone else’s life. And yet, you are perfect. Your life… Read more

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Lessons From a Lifetime Spent Living Outside My Comfort Zone

I still remember the terror I felt the first time I went outside my comfort zone. I was three years old. I hadn’t gone there intentionally. I was pushed. The fact that the pushing wasn’t intentional, either, didn’t matter. I was still terrified. That moment forever changed me. And changed… Read more

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Want to be Happier and More Self-Fulfilled? Get Serious About Your Personal Boundaries.

Boundaries are not walls. Walls keep people out. Boundaries let people in, but in a deliberate and intentional way. It’s important to understand the difference. You build walls from a place of fear. This is true for literal walls, and figurative ones. You build walls around YOUR HOME to keep… Read more