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Creating a Commitment to Yourself – What Does This Mean

Do you find it easy to keep your promises when it involves others but struggle if it’s solely about you? For example, you would never miss appointments with other people, no matter what. But you easily put off journaling, meditation, or exercise because no one is holding you accountable. Here’s the thing. You train your …

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How to Deal With Someone Who Doesn’t Respect Boundaries

Setting personal boundaries is tricky to master, but it gets more difficult and frustrating to implement when people deliberately violate your space, time, feelings, and personal decisions. This is especially true about those closest to you. Knowing how to deal with someone who doesn’t respect boundaries is important for a number of reasons. First, it …

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144 Growth Mindset Affirmations You Should Use Everyday

Learning to develop and practice a healthy mindset is much easier if you have a handful of positive affirmations in your arsenal. That’s because affirmations help rewire our thinking, allowing us to quickly overcome our weaknesses. Growth mindset affirmations are an incredible tool for making positive changes in your life, whether you are trying to …

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What Is Scaffold Parenting – Raising Resilient and Self Reliant Kids

If you’re reading this, I’m going to make two assumptions about you: First, you’re a parent, about to become one, or you know a parent. And second, you are an engineer ― a building engineer, to be specific. Okay, my second assumption might seem way off, but it ties perfectly into what scaffold parenting is …

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7 Accountability Exercises – Holding Yourself Accountable

You are not alone if you catch yourself blaming others for your actions, reactions, or inactions. It’s usually easier to point the finger at external factors when something goes wrong, so it’s not surprising that many people choose this path. However, you probably already know that’s not the path to take if you want to …

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