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"...Our teacher asked for nominations for the best song. All hands were in the air. When I announced my choice, a long and embarrassing silence followed. I loved that song, but if nobody else liked it, I guess now I didn't, either. From that point on, when someone asked my thoughts, I'd have them respond first, and then express my opinion accordingly."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 beyond who we’ve been, beyond what we know. Read more >

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If a cat jumps on a hot stove, he will never jump on a hot stove again. And that's good. But he will also never jump on a cold stove again—and that may not be so good. When something happens and we assign a particular meaning, that kind of "learning reduces the likelihood of repeating things that didn't work as you hope it will... Read more >

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At what point are things the way they are...and at what point a possibility beyond that? What does it take to live our lives as a creative act-to take our remarkable parts and unremarkable parts and create an extraordinary whole? Read more >

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Landmark Insights: Girl dispelling myth

Superman had issues with Kryptonite. For Achilles, it was his heel. For us, it's the three-part myth of "is, because, and I." With this myth in place, the freedom, power, and dimensionality available to us in being human is blocked—circumstances have the power, not us. The three-part myth manifests in ways that seem so logical, so accepted, that it’s virtually impossible... Read more >

Landmark Insights: Girl dispelling myth