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You indirectly control your barriers

The conscious mind creates the barriers but it’s the subconscious mind that keeps them firmly in place because your subconscious mind is designed to protect you from everything you’ve decided is a potential threat to you. There is a correlation … Continue reading

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Acceptance comes before growth

You’ve got to accept who you are before you can become the person you want to be. That’s an honesty most people can’t handle because the people who want to change are usually living in a state of denial. The … Continue reading

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What on earth is normal behaviour

“Everybody’s idea of normal is different.” As someone said, ” what’s normal to a spider is chaos to a fly.” Humans are neither spiders or flies, however, we mimic their behaviour depending on which web we find ourselves on at … Continue reading

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Technology will never read your mind

The day technology can read your thoughts and feelings is never going to arrive, not because technology is not capable of accomplishing the task, it’s because humans are not capable of programming technology with enough accurate source information to allow … Continue reading

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Some people do not apologise

If you’re incapable of apologising for actions you now know to be wrong, you’re not taking responsibility for your life. And what’s more, you’re liable to make more mistakes in the future because you’re not putting yourself on the naughty … Continue reading

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How to understand how little you really know

The Dunning-Kruger effect maintains that people who know very little about a subject can often think of themselves as experts because they don’t know enough to realise how little they actually know, while people who are very knowledgeable about a … Continue reading

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And some promises are meaningless

Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. People don’t change, they may disguise their behaviour for a short period of time, however, their natural behaviour will surface eventually. Remember. The person who accepts responsibility for … Continue reading

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Your true self-esteem is what you think you are worth

I read an interesting post on self-esteem the other day, it related to true self-esteem verses value based self-esteem. Before I share my opinion, let’s look at the definition of self-esteem, it’s the confidence in one’s own worth or abilities: … Continue reading

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Guilty until proven innocent is not a new concept

Who do they think they are? Coming into our part of the world and taking my child’s future prospects away from them. The opening line is a misconception, they are imagining things that don’t exist outside of their imagination because … Continue reading

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3 habits that will not lead you anywhere positive

Self-pity, giving away your power and negative beliefs are 3 habits that will not lead you anywhere positive. It seems fairly obvious but, if the thoughts you have about yourself, the people you interact with and the world in general … Continue reading

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