Want to stop indecision?
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Want to stop indecision?

Want to stop indecision? This can definitely be a challenge for us highly sensitive people. Here are some thoughts about this very sensitive topic.

Stop the Indecision: How to Eliminate Bad Habits that Cloud Your Thinking By Luda Kopeikina

You know how you feel when you have a “light bulb” moment—when suddenly the solution to a problem becomes crystal clear. What if those were regular occurrences instead of elusive moments? (more…)

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Do you need tips to be a more confident person?
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Do you need tips to be a more confident person?

Do you need tips to be a more confident person? Here are 8 ways to be a more confident person from the Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC), an invite-only organization comprising the world’s most promising young entrepreneurs.

1. Strengthen your mind.

Self-confidence is a state of mind that can be achieved through intentional action. Allotting time to nurture your mind, body and spirit (preferably one hour a day) can be done in a variety of ways. I prefer to read, exercise and meditate in the morning. If you’re not taking time for yourself, then you’re allowing someone or something to shape your view of the world. (more…)

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A salute to nurses!

Who are invaluable resources in the health care system? The answer to this question is NURSES!

I’ve found nurses to be selfless, giving, and very caring people. Ten years ago, they made my stay in the hospital, when I had pneumonia, more bearable and were excellent sources of information and comfort in a system that can sometimes feel cold and uncaring. As a highly sensitive person, I really appreciated that. They can also give you the “inside scoop” on doctors and hospitals. (more…)

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What do you regret?
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What do you regret?

What do you regret? I regret that I didn’t learn earlier in my life that I was a highly sensitive person.

This article is written by Bronnie Ware, a palliative care worker who has worked with a countless number of patients who are sadly seeing their last days on earth. When Bronnie had questioned the patients about any regrets they had or anything they would do differently, common themes surfaced again and again. Here are the most common five:

The Top 5 Regrets

1. I wish I’d had the courage to live a life true to myself, not the life others expected of me. This was the most common regret of all. When people realize that their life is almost over and look back clearly on it, it is easy to see how many dreams have gone unfulfilled. Most people haven’t honored even a half of their dreams and had to die knowing that it was due to choices they had made, or not made. (more…)

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