A Good Leader

A look into what makes a good leader and what leadership qualities one should exhibit So, we have all had to follow someone else’s lead at one point or another and that leads to the thought, what makes a good leader? I have been told since I was little that I was a natural-born leader…
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Fortune Favors the Bold

A glimpse into the reasons courage is necessary to succeed in life I’m sure you have heard the common saying, “Fortune favors the bold” before now, or at least some permutation of it. From my personal experiences, I can tell you that evidence strongly leans that way. And as I began to think on why,…
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Making Ripples

A look into the effects we have on the people we know and our environments In life, we often spend too much of our time focused on survival and not enough time focused on the greater picture. Well, when I say that, I mean “we” as a species. I spend far too much time contemplating…
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Respect Has to Be Earned

A Full Breakdown on The Concept of Respect If I ask you why you follow someone blindly, why you believe in them, and why you do what they ask without question, the reason would likely be because you respect them. Respect is a valuable, delicate hypothetical item. It’s something we hold dear. Part of what…
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Quotes about Ambitious Dreaming

A few quotes that highlight ambition and some of the things they can teach us Dreaming is something we all do from time to time. Whether it’s by cover of night, tucked into our beds, or sitting at our desk in a class. Our dreams are our heart’s desires and motivate us toward obtaining a…
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Can a Person Really Change for the Better?

An introspective on changing oneself and staying changed. I’d like to begin this article with one of my favorite quotes of all time, “When a man is trying to change for the better, the worst thing you could do is keep reminding him of his past.” I don’t know who originally said it, but I…
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Finding Joy in Someone Else’s Failure

How is it possible someone can find joy in other people’s pain? It is a question that pops into the mind of any socially conscious person at one point or another. A quandary that plagues generally caring individuals and taints their perspective on humanity as a whole. Well, I’d like to try and take a…
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The Answer to Existential Dread

Existential Dread is a common mental trap, but you don’t need to stay trapped. Many people are plagued by the question, “What happens to me after I die?”. I still remember the first time it hit me. I was very young, maybe six or seven, and I asked my dad that very question. He gave…
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Fear Must be Faced

Fear may not be the most pleasant topic, but it is a highly important one. Since I was little, I have always struggled with fear. I was terrified of just about everything, from the darkness to even simply interacting with my fellow man. Eventually, enough was enough. Fear kept me miserable, barring me from any…
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The Evolution of the Mind

An introspective on growth and the way forward. We spend most of our time thinking, but rarely do we stop to think about our own thinking. Why would we do such a thing? Focus on the mind? It leads to a better understanding of ourselves and the reasons we react to the world around us…
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