Radical honesty: I thought I know it all

Radical Honesty is a concept described by a Ph.D. psychologist Brad Blanton.  In 1996 he published a book called "Radical Honesty: How to transform your life by telling the truth", which was translated into 7 languages and became a best seller. Last night I went to a local "Radical honesty" event, led by a coach who is …

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Meet and Greet: 4/21/18

Dream Big, Dream Often

 

It’s time for the Meet and Greet weekend everyone!!  Strap on your party shoes and join the fun!  

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  1. Leave a link to your page or post in the comments of this post.
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Staying Out Of The Headlights: On Finding My Own Writing Process

I can relate to this so much ❤

BREVITY's Nonfiction Blog

KDaly Author Photo.jpegBy Kara Daly

I’ve always hated writing prompts. They shine headlights on me and I freeze. On-the-spot writing exercises fill with me with fear, creating a barrier between myself and what I need to say. The pressure does the opposite for me what it does for others. I require inspiration and an open field in order to write, whether it’s poetry, prose, or music. But I don’t have to resign myself to a life of being a helpless “vessel.” I can comb my life for patterns, name them, and learn to create the conditions for inspiration to occur, and my field opens.

I had a teacher once, who I love and respect, and whose passion for writing inspires me to this day. But I remember something she said at the beginning of the course that, at the time, struck me deeply, but which seems contrary to how operate as a…

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What happens when we eat informational fast-food

The same as happens with the actual fast-food. Our brain gets immediate satisfaction and feeling of fullness, but in a long-term, it poisons our body and builds fat. All the quick fixes. All the ready "How to" answers which give "all the clarity" right away, but for some reasons don't work. It doesn't work, because …

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