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The Succesful Millennial’s Guide to Self-control

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Self-control is a muscle. It can’t be flexed forever. I am a former overweight teenager, pack-a-day smoker, and messy slob, so I’ve had many battles with self-control. A few months back I found a book which spoke volumes to my struggles. In “The Power of Habit”, Charles Duhigg explains that self-control is a muscle, and it behaves exactly like one. Small …

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Why the Law of Attraction is More Logical Than Magical

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Your inner voice and possitive thinking: it’s more about logic than magic Have you ever paid close attention to the ongoing monologue that goes on inside your head? I know it’s a strange question – for it is not really possible to ignore it. That voice yaps away throughout the day, analyzing every moment of our lives and making millions of conclusions that …

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The 7 Easiest Ways to Drift Through Your 20s

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If you are in your 20s, you are sitting on a powder keg of opportunity. Many may be stressing over the world’s struggling economies, crippling debt, and political unrest, but many others are using those same challenges to launch their life’s calling and propel their careers forward. Every major issue in the world today carries with it the seed of …

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Read This if You’re Scared you Might not “Make it”

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“Purple Ribbons”   Once upon a time, all the way back in middle school, the world was your oyster. You always knew you were destined for greatness.  When life brought you the ordinary, you would close your eyes and jump off into the extraordinary,  picturing a life you were sure you could construct for yourself without anybody’s help. Lately, you’ve …

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Read This if you are Impatiently Waiting for the Next Best Thing

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“Waiting for My Train” The train station is boring. It’s not painful, or uncomfortable, or unpleasant, it’s just boring. I feel like I’ve been sitting here a couple of lifetimes. Once upon a time, I was riding on an exciting train. It was full of trials and tribulations. There was anxiety, fear, and adventure. It was full of surprises. Things …