Monthly Archives: November 2013

There Is Nothing Wrong With You

(Please mention this blog on Twitter and Facebook) Cedric B. Johnson, Ph.D and Kristine MacKain, Ph.D How many times have we asked ourselves the question, “What is WRONG with me?”   An assumption underlying this question is that at our core, … Continue reading

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The Language We Use – A Key to Our Culture

(Please share this blog on Facebook and Twitter) The language you use shows what country you are from. When we observe our words carefully we open our understanding to our culture. Consider how in the USA we use the following … Continue reading

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Living in the Face of Death

 (Please share this posting on Facebook or Twitter) Yesterday at one of our favorite restaurants here in Mexico our waiter pointed over to an empty table on the patio and asked, “Did you know Steve who sat there every day?” … Continue reading

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When You Don’t Strike Oil, Stop Boring – Influencing Others

 (Please share this posting on Facebook or Twitter) There are times when people are convinced that they are right as they try to persuade you on some point. So they talk, talk, talk hoping to influence you. Eventually you become … Continue reading

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What Do You Want?

One question that drives the engine of motivation is “What do I want?” If asked with self-awareness and not driven by a self-absorbed ego, it can lead to some our most productive and adventurous actions. If neglected, can be a … Continue reading

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