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You're so right Ev. I agree. Yet, I feel like there are so many people out there claiming to be journalists when they have no writing talent. So that begs the question "how do we define journalist"?
you're welcome. thanks for taking the time to comment.
thanks for your comment, evelyn. the force that causes us to not take action despite wanting and knowing we should, the force that makes us procrastinate and put things off and not follow through... is not laziness. it's self-sabotage born of deeply embedded guilt, shame and self-loathing which is very difficult to dislodge. my book Forgive To Win! actually speaks to this very specific issue of overcoming self-sabotage by learning how to love and forgive ourselves.... my Forgiveness Diet details a program of thoughts, exercises and actions which can eliminate the self sabotage and pave the way for success in all realms. As we serve others, we esteem ourselves. As we forgive others, we forgive ourselves. As we esteem and forgive ourselves, our subconscious gets the message that we are deserving of success, and works with us rather than against us.
thanks for your comment, evelyn. indeed, life is full of disappointments, setbacks, obstacles, failures and losses... and we can let them overwhelm us with dread, confusion and depression. or we can choose to find happiness and peace of mind in the moment .... the more we look to the Now, to the blessings in disguise, the silver linings, the glass half full, the better we get at being happy despite all the swirling negativity
I'm glad you like the piece. I, too, get a "certain impression" based on consistently sloppy spelling of really basic stuff--particularly if the person is, ahem, well past their teens. Sometimes Facebook posts or other online messages are the only interaction we will have with another person. This means that, aside from maybe a posted snapshot, the only "observable attributes" we have to work with when it comes to impression-formation is their writing: the good, bad or always illegible. It's not wrong--it simply means our minds are functioning [smile]. On a related note, you may like the following piece, a discussion about different facets of presentation that I had with writer Bondo Wyszpolski from the Easy Reader paper in Los Angeles. bit.ly/eqhNlx
Hi Evelyn, I think we are all guilty of one of those diet mistakes. Don't feel bad! It's all about consistency!
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If I can help anyway, let me know! Good luck :)
The other variations (Raw/Organic Honey) taste just like the other honey you find in the store.
The Creamed Honey though, is my ultimate favorite, and I would have to say that it tastes the very Best!
Try Creamed honey on toast... and prepare to be amazed :)
Rock on Evelyn,
You must have a great support system, as well (as my post suggests) you have a great routine that re-inforces the behavior that moves you toward your Objective!
Stay strong and PLAN ahead for the holidays!
All the best,
Thanks for the feedback.
Presentation rehearsals are excellent venues for visualization. Research has found that a combination of "imagined practice" and actual practice often results in better performances than those achieved with preparation that relies solely on actual practice. In addition to athletics, studies have shown that imagined practice improves performance in diverse contexts that include communication, education and clinical and counseling psychology.
All the best,
Source: Neck, C. P., Nouri, H., Godwin, J. L. (2003). How self-leadership affects the goal-setting process. Human Resource Management Review, 13(4): 691-707.