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Communication.
It can alter that way you feel and the way you act.
It’s what gives life to our deepest aspirations and our wildest dreams. It has the power to create and alter the very nature of what is possible.
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When we’re asked who we are, we pretty much tell our story. Story telling is key—it’s how we understand one another, how we preserve the past, how we make meaning, how we bring new realities to life. While our stories are rich, layered, and unique, we are no more our stories than we are our names, all that happens, the meanings we assign, or our mental or emotional states. The content of our stories is not us—yet, often without us even noticing,…Read more >

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Every day we are presented with opportunities to live as if it’s business as usual or to create something exceptional, something beyond who we’ve been, what we’ve imagined, and what we know. Each day is a new occasion to express ourselves, to challenge existing options, to set aside... Read more >

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Among the major themes to which literature repeatedly turns, none may be richer and more consuming than regret. Our preferences sometimes tend toward comfort, familiarity, safety. Creating a breakthrough, stepping out, taking new ground requires disrupting our old conversations. The pull is there to move what we see or imagine as possible into action. Read more >

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When we are up to something, we are called to step forward, to be and act in wholly new ways. It calls forth strength and creativity, generates energy and excitement, and attracts and invites the participation of others. When we are up to something, we step outside the constraints of our circumstances, and stand for… Read more >

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