Is caring about what others think holding you back?width=   Why Giving Too Much of Ourselves is Not A Redeeming Quality

I’d been bumming around on the internet, searching for new inspiration, when I stumbled upon this quote from an unknown author: “Good people are like candles; they burn themselves up to give others light.”

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  Is caring about what others think holding you back?width=   Four Ways To Find Your Calling

I’m going to put all of my Dr. Brené Brown knowledge to the test and get really vulnerable here. When I was 10 years old, my parents had this Billy Joel LP (those were those big things people played on record players), and there was a photo on the back of the album cover of a bearded and candid Billy sitting outside of his palatial East Hampton estate, drinking a cup of coffee and reading the ‘Times’.

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  Is caring about what others think holding you back?width=   Is caring about what others think holding you back?

The eyes of others our prisons; their thoughts our cages
Virginia Woolf

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  How To Build A More Positive Brain   How To Build A More Positive Brain

While the idea of having either a sunny brain or a rainy brain is a little bit extreme, it’s not too far off base because optimistic brains actually do function differently than pessimistic ones.

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