Irrational Fears

“I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone past, I will turn the inner eye to see its path. Where the fear has gone there will... Continue Reading →

Self-Blindness

One of the biggest skills you can work on and keep fresh is self-awareness. It's a component that makes empathy and compassion easier to lead with. It tempers reactive behaviors. It also makes you a natural stand out amongst peers who lack self-awareness or emotional intelligence. Building a community or team with this skill is... Continue Reading →

Quote Roulette #14

"One thing I've learned is that there's always a way to get to the other side of the mountain. Sometimes you have to go up and over, and other times you have to take the long way around. Once in a while, you have to tunnel right through the sucker, but there's always a way."... Continue Reading →

Two Questions to Ask

Photo by Gratisography on Pexels.com I've found that there isn't any skill a person can not learn. Your mind is such that you can learn anything you want. I've experienced this first hand with myself as well as guiding others to achieve a skill they've wanted. One of the basics to the start is getting... Continue Reading →

Feb. 2019 Insights

Reflections (Image: Shawn Ward) I wanted to compare my second month with that of the first month of this year. I have some things I am proud of and some revelations about the work put in. Dec. - Jan. I had: 1,200 views between the two months Just over 700+ views 27 likes Landed in... Continue Reading →

Your Competition

Our competition isn't other people as we would like to make ourselves believe. It's with ourselves. The hardest adversaries we will ever encounter is our egotistic mindsets. I put off my writing for well over a week with the start of this February missing about the entire first week of this month because my competition,... Continue Reading →

GTTW Podcast Ep. 2 (13min.)

Listen to the most recent episode of my podcast: Leveraging Motivators https://anchor.fm/shawn-ward/episodes/Leveraging-Motivators-e2v7nh To achieve our best chance of overcoming approach avoidance we need to understand striking a healthy balance between intrinsic and extrinsic motivators. Bringing more awareness to our foundational personal values and anchoring into intrinsic motivations that come from those most personal values will... Continue Reading →

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