It's not always easy to ask for help. Many times we have been conditioned to “go it alone” and “tough it out.”
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Making changes to your physical body requires you to take a good look at the choices you make about what you eat. As with exercise, it’s a matter of connecting the choices you make with the outcome you really want.
The most difficult part of writing is drafting the first sentence. Believe it or not, those eleven words you just read took about fifteen minutes to put together. Oh, I knew what I wanted to write about. I had my plan as to where this blog was going, but I needed to think of a powerful first line to capture your attention – the perfect start that would inspire you to continue on to the next sentence. And the one after that, and the one after that, and so on. But how could writing eleven words take so long? Basically, I was thinking about it too much. I couldn't make a decision because I was thinking and not creating.
We've all heard the saying, "It's not whether you win or lose, it's how you play the game." It's true - to get the most out of your journey, remember this: life is a game that cannot be won or lost, only played.
There are many definitions of the ego, but the most common one is the sense of self, as opposed to another person or something outside yourself. The challenge has become that the ego has taken a slightly different form. Instead of just a sense of self, it has become a sense of self as superior to people and situations around you. So it has become more of a self-worth, than a self-identification. We’ve moved from ego to ego trip!