Seven Ways to Kick this Week’s Ass.

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  • Stop using the red dotted line as a crutch. You know what I’m talking about. When you misspell a word, that obnoxious red line shows up under the error. Typically, we just right click and click on the correct spelling. Stop! If you are unaware of how you messed up, you won’t learn from your mistake. Backspace, sound it out and write it correctly. Don’t rely on auto-correct to fix mistakes for you.
  • “What I hate is ignorance, smallness of imagination, the eye that sees no farther than its own lashes. All things are possible.. Who you are is limited only by who you think you are.” / Egyptian Book of the Dead
  • Be proactive. Don’t sit around and wait for cards to align. Deal your own hand. Take initiative.
  • Make sure your ladder is learning up against the right wall before climbing up it. Take this week to check and double check before diving in.

Ladder to the Sky by By Rahul Chowdhury.

  • Allow yourself to be happy. You deserve it. Take a stand and let yourself, your coworkers, friends and family know that you’re going to be happy and do everything it takes to maintain that mentality.
  • Accept everything “as is.” Don’t buy something / taking something / become friends with someone / date someone with the intention of fixing it/them, comparing them to others, or holding them to a standard. Realize that everything and everyone is different, and you should accept them as so.
  • Create a small gift bag for the homeless. If you’re like me, living in a well populated city, you may witness “regular” homeless people, wandering the streets or panhandling at a certain corner every day. Take ten bucks out of your budget to buy toiletries, snacks, a gift card or coffee for those who don’t have a place to call home.

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