Category Archives for "Personal Development"

Are You An Unsupervised Child?

Yeah I said it. Many of us are tall, hairy, unsupervised children who dress well and don’t make a lot of noise… unless we are intoxicated. Think about it. So much of our life is monitored. We don’t have free reign over our time, because we have a boss who expects us to be at […]

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Why Being Openly Defiant Keeps Me Sane

I have always had an aggressive streak. I’ve had temper problems and been rude… you name it, I’ve been it. I haven’t always been a nice person. During the height of my “issues” back in 2008 and 2009, my father described me as “constantly argumentative.” I have mellowed out over the years of course, and […]

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Remove the clutter from your life

GET RID OF THE CLUTTER!

I have to admit, I have been seriously off track for the last couple of weeks. I will be honest that I still have self-sabotage eating at the routines that I diligently created for the past year. I am not immune to self-sabotage. In fact, it has been with me for decades. When you spend […]

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Push Factor Saturday: NO JUDGE ZONE!

“Why wait to have  resolutions at the beginning of the year? Why not set your goals right now?” ~ Kenneth Muriithi This last PF Saturday that took place on the 18th of October was very special to me. It was intimate and very relaxed, and that was what made it so magical for me. I […]

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New Video: Let’s Talk About The “F” Word!

I had a wonderful Skype call this last week with a great friend of mine about failure. It boggles my mind how crazy and warped our views are on failure. There is this impossible expectation we have created for ourselves that when things go wrong, it is our fault and it is a horrible thing, as though […]

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No matter what, don't eve quit

Video Of The Week: Don’t Ever Quit!

“Until you have had the taste of finishing, you will never respect yourself.” ~ T.D. Jakes   I resonated so deeply with the above motivational quote, because I discovered self-respect for myself when I made the decision to be consistent, for ONCE in my life. Since starting Push Factor, I had a lot of energy, […]

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