outcomes.

When we practice self-awareness we may notice observable outcomes that we can translate with our physical senses as what is perceived to be real time. We can also notice how we are responding to what we observe. Do we have a choice in how we respond? Do we have a choice in how we perceive what is happening in real time? Does having a desired outcome support the way we experience ‘real time’?

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enjoy.

Considering the amount of energy it takes to think and feel one way on the inside and express yourself in opposition DAILY, can you recognize how this can make someone not well (sick)? Whether it is anxiety, depression, headaches, anger, addiction, isolation, etc. Can you see how living in opposition of your truth is simply not healthy? It’s not whole. It’s split.

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power.

Is policing the only system that needs change? Is policing the only system whose process may seem antiquated and not relevant in 2020? Is policing the only system falsely represented through media outlets, particularly television and movies, greatly influencing public perception?  I have worked in the school system my entire adult life. Prior to working…

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results.

I once had a random-but-not-random encounter with a woman in Wash Park who had just purchased a coaching business. The name of the coaching program was Best Year Yet. The creator of the ‘success’ formula for Best Year Yet was Jinny Ditzler. Jinny was local to Denver, but began her coaching career in London. Jinny…

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