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We Don’t Own Our Phones. They Own Us.

The evidence is mounting, painting a stark picture of the ever-growing dominance of cell phones in our lives. A mere five years ago, a study involving volunteers who installed a tracking app on their phones revealed an average usage of 85 times a day. Today, the data...
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One Strategy To Change the Quality of Your Life

I must admit that my to-do list inevitably grows more extensive than the hours of my day. I see that a meaningful, active life perhaps pulls for that. I also see others who share incomplete lists at the end of the day. In a busy world, this is quite common. Stressed...
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The Outside Game Part II: Discipline

We all understand the role of discipline in creating a successful journey through life. Yet, many parents struggle with teaching discipline to their kids. In part two of this series, I will discuss the role of parental discipline in forming the glue that binds the...
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Which Game Do We Focus On?

When speaking to parents with challenging children, there is often an urgency to address the specifics of what to do when a problem behavior shows up. In other words, the understandable desire is to fix the problem right now. After all, you want an answer when your...

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Puny or Powerful?

Puny or Powerful?

When we wake up in the morning, here’s what happens to most of us. Residual thought from the day before, whether it be more positive or negative, quickly comes to mind. With that and all the familiarity from yesterday’s events, the mind is quickly back on track to...

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Anger Begets More Anger.  Gratitude Begets More Gratitude.

Anger Begets More Anger. Gratitude Begets More Gratitude.

Our minds are like a telescopic lens, and the more we focus on something, the larger it becomes.  As a child, we begin with a starter telescope, and this makes it hard to get locked into one perspective.  As we age, we evolve to giant telescopes, with a great capacity to focus in on a single point of view.  As we zoom in on perception or a belief (and this creates an emotion), the mind then expands upon that over and over.  

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