"John Smith, it's not a big thing to organize home actually I want to appreciate you about your interest in maintaining the home because most people I am talking about "MALES" we do not do home chores because we have our own jobs and…"
"I second the Power of Now. You don't even have to read the whole book to grasp the idea - that it all - everything, is right here right now, The past the future are all distractions.
Stay in the moment and enjoy all that it…"
"Well put, JB. I remember well when I was put into my very first leadership position (assistant manager at a fast food restaurant) that was over those who had been my peers. I was not at all confident those I had joked around and partied…"
"Confidence is earned. Do things that scare you, and they will scare you less-and-less every time. There's no shortcut. There's no way to become confident without being uncomfortable. There's no way to become unafraid without standing…"
"I really appreciate the feedback on this issue, guys. Thank you.
You're all correct in saying that there's a lot of nuance here: a lot of this is about personality, upbringing, and temperament.
What I'm looking for is a quiet,…"
"This is a very loaded question and a good one. Can you really change the way in which you were raised, and is there anything truly wrong with being a conflict avoidance type of person.
In my opinion avoiding conflict can lead to never…"
"I don't know if iam to one to speak for that, since my method of solving conflicts is in 90% of the time to solve them in a kind/cooperative way.
First of all think about, what you actually want to achieve when entering a conflict.…"
"If you find out please let me know.
I find it way more than an intellectual exercise, or a matter of practice, like mastering chess or a strong backhand.
Needs to go way deeper in the psyche, with roots that go way down to the original programming…"
"Not sure if those two examples are the same thing. In the DMV I'm guessing you didn't want to risk having the guy fight you. In the second you're upset because you aren't assertive enough.
If the first is your issue then maybe…"
Gentlemen,I grew up in a household where I didn't see conflict modeled in healthy, open ways. "Conflict avoiders" would be the best way to describe my family. As such, I'm a very "nice guy" and while I'm by no means a total push-over, I have noticed a frustrating pattern in my life:When faced with conflict, my knee-jerk is to avoid it.Here's an example: I'm standing line at the DMV the other day and a man is blaring his cell phone...talk radio. It was annoying everybody around and I immediately…See More
"As far as life coaches Tony Robbins is bar none, top tier, the best. As a writer, he's meh...okay. Watch his old, old stuff on youtube where he's like 20 something years old whereing a full suit with suspenders, it's much better than…"
I recently watched the Netflix documentary on Tony Robbins ("I am not your guru"). It was my first introduction to him. I would be curious to hear if anyone of you have read any of his books? I was particularly struck by his confidence and ability to be completely vulnerable while maintaining strength. Would love to hear your experience with Tony if you've had any.See More
"Man, I definitely hear you on this... it takes a while to overcome.
Two quick recommendations for you:
1. Set up an "inbox" system. Basically, it's just a box or a tray - if you leave stuff everywhere, you or your wife just puts it…"
"First learn to put your dishes in the sink. It takes less time then handling it twice.
Next organize your stuff. Find a place for it. Designate it and get used to putting it back. Its hard to build the habit to put your stuff…"
"Starting at the top of the page, here's what I see:
I've helped pass and signed 38 Legislative Bills, mostly with no Democratic support, and gotten rid of massive amounts of regulations. Nice!
Will be on @foxandfriends. Enjoy!
"Gentlemen, read a little U.S. History.
You want "violent rhetoric," let's see, Patrick Henry plainly inferred, ON THE RECORD, the head of state be assassinated, "Ceasar had his Brutus, Charles the First,…"
"At present, I don't know. It seems, though that the site has definitely evolved from the early days. Back then, AoM purely wasn't hipster. A lot of the site felt like it was inspired by a column in The National Review.…"
"The OP sounds more like an attempt to elicit serious debate on the obvious. If one finds the consumption of dead matter too offensive for their sensibilities, one is reminded that all life above the single cell level, depends upon consumption…"
"How about reading through his tweets, or are you someone who thinks like he does and can't see that his language is harmful and undiplomatic? He acts like the school tough guy, I like you I hate him stuff.
Perhaps you see it as normal behaviour."