The Mind Fulfillment section, what is it about? Is it mindfulness? Is it self-help? Is it productivity? What?
I would say, it’s a bit of all of the above. With a bit of acceptance and values/commitment included.
Mind Fulfillment is acceptance, commitment, and productivity wrapped together to form a tool to make your life into what you want it to be.
That’s the short, slogany version.
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The first step towards failure is believing failure is impossible.
The second step is believing failure is the only possible outcome.
One choice eliminates endless possibilities, that’s why choosing is so scary. As much as we’d like to postpone choices in order to keep our options open, abstaining from choosing is also making a choice, it’s usually a choice to give up control.
The right thing is not necessarily a good thing, sometimes it’s just the least bad alternative, and when you find yourself resorting to a lot of least bad alternatives you might want to stop and think about where your life is heading.
“When the other person isn’t there, sometimes we tend to make up their side of the conversation, which truly isn’t fair to either one of you…”
/Pretty Little Liars