Posts Tagged with "resistance"

3 Unconventional Methods for Overcoming Overwhelm

Thursday, May 5, 2011

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3 Unconventional Methods for Overcoming Overwhelm

4 weeks till I move to Portland: 2 web design projects to finish (one I’ve hardly started). Coaching to do. Blog posts to publish. Podcast episodes to record. A new book to write. A TV show to develop. Canadian health insurance to take advantage of (i.e. doctors, specialists, dentists, etc. to see). Friends to say […]

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Paralyzed by Perfectionism – Episode 8 of Undeclared for Life

Thursday, April 7, 2011

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Paralyzed by Perfectionism – Episode 8 of Undeclared for Life

WOW! Thanks to everyone for sharing your spectacular failures these last few days. It seems the topic of failure is one that we all know intimately. It’s certainly reassuring to feel like we’re all in this together, isn’t it? The Twitter feed (#failweek) has been buzzing all week as you guys posted replies on your […]

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Warning, Students! Don’t Get Sucked into the Post-Exam Vortex

Monday, December 13, 2010

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Warning, Students! Don’t Get Sucked into the Post-Exam Vortex

The end of semester is a funny thing. You go from a submerged state of pressure and anxiety to a sort of sudden, shocking, tranquility. Once exams are over, you can find yourself with a lot of freedom on your hands. Now this freedom is certainly not unwelcome! But if you’re not careful with your […]

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Battling the Fear Monster a.k.a. The Reason this Website Almost Didn’t Happen

Monday, September 27, 2010

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Battling the Fear Monster a.k.a. The Reason this Website Almost Didn’t Happen

You are reading this now because I have (so far) been able to ward off my fears and insecurities again and again. You see, there’s a phenomenon that occurs every time you pursue a passion that really matters to you. Your fears continually try to stop you at every turn, in any way they can.

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