Upgrading Your Gratitude Practice

Gratitude is a popular topic lately, but when’s the last time you took a moment to let waves of thankfulness wash over and through you? Making a list of things you’re grateful for isn’t the same as experiencing gratitude. The first is closer to making a grocery list...

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Things Worth Doing Poorly

If you read or listen to material in the self-help genre, you’ll hear a lot about excellence, being and doing your best, and striving for the top of the ladder. I think those are excellent ambitions. However, there are some things that are worth doing even if you do...

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Play That Song

Do you have a song? You know – the one that sticks in your head, brings a smile to your face, and makes you sing or dance along to it. There’s the song you associate with your first love, with summer, with being a kid, with sadness, a time of carefreeness, a certain...

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How to Create Personal Freedom

“Show respect even to people who don’t deserve it; not as a reflection of their character, but as a reflection of yours.” ~Dave Willis Taking personal responsibility for your life is the most challenging and freeing thing you’ll ever do. At first, it seems like a...

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The 7 Basics You Deserve

“Sometimes you have to forget what you feel and remember what you deserve.” ~ Unknown We’re often told to trust our feelings, but sometimes that’s bad advice. If the man or woman who is new to your social circle gives you the creeps, it’s a good idea to go with your...

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Optimize Your Life with Batching

Batching is a popular technique for increasing productivity. However, you can use it for more than increasing the amount of work you get done. It’s a great strategy for optimizing your life. The fast-paced world we live in pushes us toward multitasking and adding to...

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Laugh A Little More

“My dentist said I need a crown. I was like, I know, right?” ~ Unknown Sometimes you need to kick back and have a little fun. Here at Mindful Change, we talk a lot about personal growth, and we don’t sugar-coat it—personal growth often means hard work. However, that...

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