Tag: discipline

Self Sabotage is a Cop Out

Total Read Time: 6 Minutes It can feel like a moat sometimes. Filled with tears, bridge burned, and castle doors boarded shut. They say to let people in, but sometimes you’re on the outside yourself. You’re the only one who can swim across. It’s not like ruining your shoesSo you can’t run anymoreOr even ruining

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Moons & Moods: My Equilibrium Theory

Total Read Time: 7 Minutes Over the past 3 days I have had the worst mood swings in months. The more people I talk to between work and home, the more I find consistencies in their emotional irregularities. Oxymoron, (consistent irregularities) I know, but mine were more than just environmentally related. I had to go

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I’m Writing about My Relationship with Alcohol

Total Read Time: 8 Minutes This post is about trauma. About Numbing myself. This is about choosing to give myself life instead of taking it away. I know it’s hard to read. Believe me, it’s harder to write. Disclaimer: I am not a doctor. I do not advise anyone on changes to their health. Please

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When to Promote Yourself to Manager

Total Read Time: 3 Minutes Short answer: right now, but it’ll take people three years to believe it. Leadership starts every day when the alarm goes off. Start by managing yourself. People naturally want self improvement. It’s called progress. We do not like to go backward. When those people see you succeeding, they will want

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The Hands That Hold You Down, Could Be Hands That Pull You Up

Total Read Time: 6 Minutes Picture a man riding a chariot pulled by two winged horses. The horses: one noble and sound paired with one of the opposite will. The horses are the devil and angel on your shoulders. The charioteer is your mind. The chariot, your body. Without the reign of enlightened reason and

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