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As it turns out, pigs can fly… (funny pic)

You see, it’s not a question of whether a pig has wings but rather if a pig can be placed in something that has wings. A minor difference with big implications — but an excellent example re-framing rhetoric that re-frames what is possible.

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Dear fear: I quit!

Fear can serve a valuable purpose, but sometimes it merely holds us back from living the life we really want. In these cases, it’s completely okay to submit your letter of resignation.

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Dear doubt: I quit!

Doubt is a very human emotion and can, at times, serve a valuable purpose, but sometimes it merely holds us back from living the life we really want. In these cases, it’s completely okay to submit your letter of resignation.

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Dear guilt: I quit!

Guilt is a powerful, but ugly emotion. Sure, it can contribute to decision-making some would equate with discipline, but personally, I believe there are far more productive paths to self-control.

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Money buys convenience

Most people say they want “freedom,” but if forced to be more specific, the word ‘convenience’ would be an important part of that definition. After all, doesn’t freedom mean doing what we want, when we want? That, my friend, is also known as convenience.

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What it means to ‘think clockwise’

It’s no secret: The most productive people have time on their mind — all of the time. They have made mental habits that allow them to recognize inefficiencies and discover new ways to be more effective.

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This is why ‘normal’ is average

By definition a ‘norm’ is common. Thus, being ‘normal’ means being common (Tweet this quote). It means thinking and doing in the same way as the majority. Yet, being ‘normal’ is still encouraged by society.

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