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What Does it Mean to be Open?

Today, I want to answer what does it mean to be Open? A couple of weeks ago I wrote about being Honest. Like that post, today I have included a

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Embrace every idea, every person you meet, as an open invitation to explore the abundance and variety of thought available to you. Sample and savor and let your life be enriched.

personal appraisal and check list of things you might want to do if your self appraisal shows you areas for improvement. In a future post I’ll talk about what it means to be True. These topics together form the core of what it means to live a life that is honest, open and true and to use them as guiding principles to loving yourself.

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How to Get What You Want Every Time

Do you know the one sure-fire way to get what you want every time you’re faced with reaching consensus on an

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When it’s time to make a decision about something you feel strongly about, you can try to manipulate and force your decision on others, or you can invite them to understand your needs and opinions and concerns from your point of view.

important decision at work or at home? Through observation and trial and error, I’ve learned a five-step process that, when done well together, is guaranteed to get you what you want every time. I want to share the five steps with you. Continue reading

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Why You Think Words Cannot Express Your Feelings

Many years ago a friend of mine was murdered at work. Her killer has never been found.

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Grief is not expressed in platitudes. Grief is expressed only by knowing what is in your heart and putting your feelings into words.

 

As far as I know, the police have never even uncovered a possible motive. She left a husband and two small boys.She and I were part of large group of friends who were in the habit of getting together nearly every week. Together, we grieved our loss.

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