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The Confidence Fallacy By Matthew LaBosco

"As you start to walk on the way, the way appears." – Rumi

Do we have to be "good at something" to be confident in doing that something? Do we need to know exactly how to create an intended outcome in order to confidently begin the journey?

When I ask people these questions, the reply I usually hear is something along the lines of,

Recalculating Christmas by Heidi Udengaard

"If parenthood came with a GPS, it would mostly say: RECALCULATING!" – Simon C. Holland

Christmas was a season of expectations, when I was a child. We were expected to be joyful, connect and have closeness as a family, but ended up with the opposite. My mother would scold my brother and me for not expressing our gratitude in the right way for presents

The Four Walls of Life by Mandy Benedict

Six and a half years ago, I was telling a great story to myself. I practiced this story so much that I convinced myself that I should sell everything I owned and head to South America with my yoga mat for a few years

Conscious Transformation