Clarity is …  unapologetic

Clarity is … unapologetic

The hardest lesson learned on one’s own. The most important lesson we can teach our children. The most profound act of kindness and love for humanity to accept without remorse. Iain S. Thomas said, “I said never apologize for how you feel. No one can control how they...
Clarity is …. ownership!

Clarity is …. ownership!

We do not learn, grow or manifest our destiny by expecting other people to make our lives easier. NOBODY else can MAKE us feel, or do, or think, or BE anything that we are not already believing for ourselves. Admittedly, this is one of the harder concepts to accept....
Clarity is … not

Clarity is … not

Clarity is … not Not competition. Not shadows. Not another wall. It’s not obvious… until it is. Clarity is always the goal. To be clear who we are, why we are here, what is our purpose, how we choose to live is freedom. It’s not what others tell us to be. To be...
Clarity is … education

Clarity is … education

Michael J. Fox said, “If the child can’t learn the way we teach, maybe we should teach the way they learn.” Education through inspiration, not intimidation. Education through sparking a curiosity in the seeker of knowledge, not blowing out the flame of understanding...
Clarity is … tranquility

Clarity is … tranquility

A little tranquility instead? We often talk about happiness. We dream of that day when everything’s off the table and we can just… breath. We take or give classes in how to relax. But when we’re engaged in that search for the ultimate feeling of happiness, would we be...
Clarity is … subjective

Clarity is … subjective

Subjective Choice Each week, I make a point to revisit each of the topics from the broad based field in positive psychology, pluck one subject from the treasure trove of terms I’ve asked students to memorize, that researchers pour over, or practitioners turn into a...
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