[The Story] Fossils of Cultural Dinosaurs

We must follow sometimes cultural norms and other times forge our own paths. When do we decide between the two? I’ve always been guided by the path that yields the better results for my goals and aspirations. If I see the fossils of some failed beast, I steer clear, otherwise I’ll proceed toward a thriving dinosaur of wonder. How about Trishna and John? How much of “The Story” balances writing norms and blazing new trails?

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[Applied Self-Confidence] Up On Stage

While there’s something to be said for playing life safely, when the opportunity strikes, jump up on life’s stage! Get outside your comfort zone! Even for just a minute. The experience will probably be uncomfortable, you might need to push through fatigue, or embarrass yourself. You might step in spilled beer, get bumped into harmlessly, or get your picture taken. You also might not get the best shot. That’s still better than no shot whatsoever!

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[Applied Psychology] Working Through Regret

“I’m really sorry. I thought it was…” Regret, for me, is when the overwhelming gravity of a situation takes fold. Missing an appointment, making a social mistake, breaking something, making something worse, or infinite other situations. Regret might be our way of analyzing the situation to prevent it from reoccurring. That over-analysis can consume us. Instead, I have a couple steps that help me overcome that overwhelming sense of regret that happens frequently in life.

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