Your gifts are more than you think they are.

A strength is more than an ability. It is an offering. It is the first way you find your place in a crowded human world. Your strengths might not be

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Master every emotion in your head.

Your emotions are tools. They can be a hammer to build a house or tear one down. Every emotion has a productive use, but it is up to you to

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Reboot your operating system.

The first step to breaking free from the past is changing how your brain operates. More important than what you experience will be how you interpret your experiences. The same

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Who Do You Think You Are?

Your identity is, by default, defined by where you were born or the way you were raised. But it should not be this way. Nor should it be with your

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Follow the mythological path in life.

Our lives become a part of mythology when we pursue personal transformation through primordial patterns in the human psyche. We follow the hardwired path to arrive at superior versions of

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Your life is a series of narratives.

Narrative is selective truth. It is the little patches of reality that contribute to a cumulative purpose. Narrative is always in the eye of the beholder, for he selects which

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Love without discrimination is meaningless.

Love, in its most basic form, is a shared sense of identity. It is not limited to the ideal romantic narratives we learn from Hollywood and society’s other public storytellers.

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“But Gregory, why on Earth do you need so many passports?”

Nationalism is the most prevalent form of collective pseudo-identity on the planet. From the moment you are born, your mind is imbued with the idea that the country around you,

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Money is fantastic tool in principle. However, its implementation has always been flawed. Money is humanity’s imperfect attempt to objectivize countless subjective valuations. Value exists only in the opinion of

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Raising a Child to Be Themselves

Each of us will be raising our children in a world quite different from the one we grew up in. We cannot prepare them for the challenges they will face

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