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Love doesn’t get to know you first and then decides to love you. Love loves you first, and that’s how it gets to know you. Love starts with ignorance and ends with understanding.
Check out this brief article to explore ideas for bestowing the powers of love as an antedate to three poisons threatening humanity.
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Each and every one of us has a unique blend of knowledge, skills, experiences, connections, and temperaments, and when we lean into these unique advantages, we become empowered to excel at the very things that bring us the most joy.
Check out this brief article to hear three empowering stories of people who leaned into their unique power and authority. Enjoy!
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When walking through the wilderness so dreary with a heart so weary, it may be tempting to simply lay down and give up; but even in the darkest of times we can find inspiration to continue looking up—so long as we remain open and engaged observers of the world with fascination, curiosity, and wonder.
Check out this brief article for the encouraging true story of how inspiration can come from even the most unlikely of places. Enjoy!...
“The man who moves a mountain begins by carrying away small stones,” says Confucius. For most people, this is just a metaphor, but for Dashrath Manjhi, it was instruction. Check out this brief article for the inspiring true story of a man who turned his pain into passion to move a mountain.
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This Volume 6 Issue 1 positivity article originally appeared on the Hashtag Positivity website on Januar...
We can reasonably discern the story Robert was telling himself as he turned his back to the crowd—when his final roll was spent and had nothing more to give. The question is, what story are you telling yourself in your meaningful moments of transformation? Check out the brief article to in the comment section to hear the full story of how bananas pulled from the bunch get peeled, and why that's just how it should be.
Are you chasing two rabbits? Are you serving two masters? Is your house divided? Check out this brief article for reflections on consolidated effort.
This Volume 5 Issue 10 positivity article originally appeared on the Hashtag Positivity website on October 1, 2022. Retrieved from https://www.hashtagpositivity.com/blog/one-thing-at-once-a-case-for-consolidated-effort
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What’s moving you today? Pain, knowledge, or support? Check out the brief article to distinguish which driver of change is moving you. Enjoy!
This Volume 5 Issue 8 positivity article originally appeared on the Hashtag Positivity website on July 1, 2022. Retrieved from https://www.hashtagpositivity.com/blog/the-three-drivers-of-change
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Whether you’re a teacher creating lesson plans, a sales person creating pitches, a storyteller creating stories, a family creating a home, or a creator of truly any kind, being able to find and harness your muse is an essential element of success. And if you’re looking for it, creative inspiration can come from anywhere.
Check out this captivating story for six ideas for finding your muse.
Even before you finish speaking, people will have forgotten most of what you said, but with the use of meaningful stories, when you “pull the string” of your throughline tight, you can empower them with an experience that can transfer well beyond the moment.
Check out this brief article for five essential storytelling components to help you tell memorable and meaningful stories that can positively impact people’s lives.
It’s not enough to have accurate information—to initiate and manage positive change we also have to be able to access and use the information. By making positive psychology research accessible—digestible, memorable, and manageable—it brings the research to life, out of the reports, scientific journals, and books and into the lives of people who can actually use and benefit from the material.
How we show up for the people we serve has a direct impact on our success, and if our aim is to foster constructive and encouraging experiences, then we are called to learn how to master the moment and transition well. After all, it is not in the aim but in the transition that our significance can be found—helping us to show up as a force for good for the people we serve.
Check out this brief article for three practical ideas to co...
The decision to keep living each day comes with it the trust that things will be okay, even without any guarantee that anything will work out. After all, for us there is only the trying—the rest is none of our business.
Check out this brief article for practical ideas to help you in your pursuit of worthy goals.
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How teams choose to treat each other through their verbal and nonverbal communication is just as important as how they choose to respond to each other. Check out this brief article to hear about a single choice you can make with the power to open the door to a world of possibilities for you, your team, and the community you serve.
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Though both her parents are from Russia, Torrie was born and raised in Kyiv, instilled with the Cossack’s values of freedom, dignity, loyalty, honesty, courage, and self-sacrifice.
Because of her upbringing, Torrie has decided to stay in Kyiv to fight for freedom and justice—even though it comes at great personal risk.
Check out this article to hear Torrie’s story and what it means for all of us 🇺🇦
The time for loving servitude is certainly now, as three poisons continue to threaten humanity: apathy, hatred, and violence.
Of the three, perhaps the most preferable is hatred—because at least it provides a level of consideration unavailable to the apathetic. Yet the danger of hatred can be a slippery slope to violence.
Check out this article for an actionable idea that can serve as an antidote to these three poisons.
We are in a state of constant flow, and when we do not welcome change and instead fight the current in favor of stagnation, this resistance damns our potential and prevents positive growth. Check out this episode to learn more about initiating and managing positive change for individual, team, and community growth.
This Volume 5 Issue 1 positivity article originally appeared on the Hashtag Positivity website on January 31, 2022. Re...
It can be difficult to escape from trouble when you’re weighed down with baggage, and it can be difficult to get to where you’re going when forced to carry what should have been put down years ago. In other words: Don’t be weighed down by things—yet be ready to collect experiences along the way.
This Volume 4 Issue 12 positivity article originally appeared on the Hashtag Positivity website on December 31, 2021. Retrieved from https...
After years of scrambling from city to city to serve clients, Hashtag Positivity’s Executive Director began to wonder if there was a better way. Then he began studying elearning design and knew I had found the answer. Check out this brief article to hear the whole story and how developing your own online course can help you as a thought leader demonstrate authority in your industry, provide value to the people you serve, and multip...
Though results require action, it’s only when we engage in the right actions that worthy performance can be achieved. Check out this article to learn more about the value of reflection in achieving desired results.
This Volume 4 Issue 11 positivity article originally appeared on the Hashtag Positivity website on November 11, 2021. Retrieved from https://www.hashtagpositivity.com/blog/why-i-didnt-get-a-haircut-yet
The best made plans of mice and men often go awry, and if we're mindful about how we respond to the awry, we can choose to be led by the heart through compassionate connection with others, collectively tending to the needs of the day with kindness, respect, and dignity—using our influence as a force for good. Check out this article to explore what compassion might mean for you and the people you serve, if you allow it.
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