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35 How A Leather Jacket Changed My Life

As an awkward teenager, I dreamed of being one of those gorgeous women I saw in the magazines. One day, not too long ago, I found a leather bomber jacket, which represented all of that coolness and confidence. It represented the fantasies of who I had wanted to become. And when I tried the jacket on, I had a powerful realization.

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40 Orchestrating Quantum Leaps For Lighting-Fast Personal Growth

Quantum Leaps can be a bitch. They’re uncomfortable, they’re incredibly hard to hold on to and they require recovery time. They can, however, give you a glimpse of what’s possible and permanently take you to a higher vibration. With that in mind, here’s what I know about quantum leaps and why you may actually want to go for one.

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4 Authenticity Versus Radical Honesty

In the brilliant and funny June 2007 Esquire article I Think You’re Fat, A.J. Jacobs explores the concept of Radical Honesty, a “movement” started and being championed by Dr. Brad Blanton, a Washington D.C. psychotherapist. The basic idea behind Radical Honesty is that people should tell the blatant truth – all the time. Actually, it […]

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