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When I was in college, there was a required 2-year course called Western Civilization. It was a holistic and very thorough study of the history of civilization from Mesopotamia to the current day (at that time, the late 1980's) The course was rigorous and took up a good chunk of our weekly schedule, so you can imagine after 2 years, students were DONE with it.
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Recently, I've been finding myself speaking with others a lot about the concept of expectation vs acceptance. Others have mentioned that they feel somewhat lost if they don't expect certain things in their lives, and feel unsure with the thought of just letting go and accepting all things that come to them, "good" and "bad."
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Many times when we look at things like challenges, we immediately focus on the "challenge" aspect. This is where considering approach comes in handy. When doing anything, I like to follow this step process: Intention - write out your intention for taking on the given challenge. Think large scale! What is the ULTIMATE why for doing it?
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When I was 6 years old, I became a competitive swimmer. I had been swimming for awhile, at that point, and I was good. In fact, I was so good, even at 6, that I quickly became the team’s #1 breast stroker. The thing is, I did love the sport.…