Don’t Change Too Much

If there were two little words that I’ve probably used more than any other two words, it would be these: “I’m sorry” You might already know where I’m going with this, especially because of the title, but I want speak on this topic anyway. And I’m not going to say anything mind-blowingly new here. Several…

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A Modern Approach to: How To Win Friends and Influence People

So this is going to be a little bit off-topic then my more recent posts. I’ve recently been listening to the audio-book How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie, a classic if you may, and I’m not really trying to provide any kind of summary, as you’ll find about 10 million of…

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I Like Movies With Bad Endings

So in my last post I wrote (if you haven’t read it) I briefly mention the movie 500 Days of Summer. And if you haven’t seen the movie, it’s essentially a “failed romance” in that the two main characters don’t end up falling in love, but rather, drift apart and, ultimately, move on. Honestly, from…

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It Was Never Meant To Be

Chances are, if you’re reading this, you fall into 1 of 2 categories: You believe in fate. You don’t believe in fate. The thing is, many of us, at one point or another, have probably been able to identify with both categories, and actually most of us end up falling into a 3rd category: We…

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An Unhealthy Way of Dealing With Insecurities

We all have insecurities. That’s not anything new to anyone. We also have our own ways of coping with our insecurities, again, nothing new here. And with all coping mechanisms, there is one more obvious fact I want to share: some are good and some are bad.  So what’s a good way to cope with…

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Notes from Underground

There are few books in my life, maybe even none at all, that I can truly say they changed my life after reading them. I know that’s such a cliche thing to say, as, it’s cliche to say things like “this book changed my life”, but after reading Notes from Underground, by Dostoevsky, and it’s…

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The Problem isn’t with Small Talk, it’s You.

I read something today that really struck me, and I don’t mean that lightly. I find that I’m consistently reading things that continuously make me question my own beliefs, and I think that’s a good thing, but it could also mean I don’t have very strong beliefs, but that’s not what I’m trying to get…

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