Posts Tagged ‘ awareness ’

Kimchi’s story: Learning to Live Life Loud
We're sharing your stories. More on that below. First, here's another compelling one... Live Life Loud! Kimchi Pursues, Finds, and Spreads Freedom "FREEDOM is very important to me. I would sacrifice my life, wealth, marriage, and status for freedom. "You see, in my Asian culture, the word "responsibility" often equates to "duty" or "obligation".  To be "responsible" means to do...

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Posted on 03/24/2019 04:54 am | No Comments
 
Gabriel’s story about our ability to respond
We're sharing your stories. More on that below. First, here's a good one... Gabriel's realization "I’m in Colombia for three weeks with my wife for a well-deserved vacation. We arrived last Thursday and we’ll be spending time with family, friends and by ourselves for some R&R. "I remember the first time I visited this country back in 2007. I was critical...

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Posted on 03/16/2019 03:56 am | No Comments
 
Jessica Soroky’s Guest Post #46: Ignorance May Be Bliss, But Awareness Is Freedom
A question came up in our community recently that gave me the realization that even when I feel “stuck,” I am free. Free to choose to continue to be stuck or free to choose not to. To give a little more context, I was on The Leadership Gift™ Application Mastery call with Bill when one of the accredited Practitioners brought up...

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Posted on 07/23/2014 12:31 pm | No Comments
 
Jessica Soroky Guest Post #5: Awareness Is the First Step
I began this guest-blogging journey because I wanted a way to keep responsibility in my face all the time without the need of an external force. I had an epiphany, or what I like to call a “Well, sh*t!”moment while writing this post. (more…)

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Posted on 10/09/2013 01:00 am | 5 Comments
 
 
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