The kind folks at BizCatalyst360 just published my Three Lessons on Responsibility, about recognizing and understanding what is yours to do versus yours to ignore, and how doing so can change your life..
Today’s snippet deals with something I encourage all survivors of trauma – write your history, change your life.
Today’s snippet deals with what seems to be becoming a favorite subject when I’m interviewed – a four step algorithm for dealing with personal challenges (behavior issues, psychological issues, emotional issues, …).
I previously offered Eliana’s GiveAway on BizCatalyst360 and this week those kind and gracious folks are sharing my The Solitaire Meditation, the next in a series on making one’s life and others’ lives better.
In this case, a short piece about appreciating what’s around you, about giving yourself a moment to acknowledge what’s around you.
I wrote in Great Opening Lines – and Why! (Part 3 – Some Great Opening Lines) that I’d share more great opening lines as I found them.
My last entry in this category was October 2022’s Great Opening Lines – and Why! (October 2022’s Great Opening Lines) which covered Linda Koerber’s Coyote’s Road Trip. This entry in the Great Opening Lines – And Why! posts is Lidia Yuknavitch’s‘s The Chronology of Water.
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