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We’re here to give you permission …

To break free from feeling stuck, frustrated, and overwhelmed.

To figure out your passion in life and pursue it in a way that feels good to you.

To have the courage to live according to your own values, and not spend your life trapped by someone else’s rules.

To combine your career and passion in a way that feels so good, you’ll hardly believe it’s real (but it will be).

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How to escape procrastination purgatory

procrastination

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Have you ever wanted someone to let you off the hook for all the things you don’t want to do?

You know, the things that keep nagging at your mind, that you know you should do, but for some reason you just keep procrastinating on.

Wouldn’t it be nice if someone just swooped into your life and said, “It’s OK, you don’t have to do those things anymore. I’m granting you full permission to let them go.”

I wish for that all the time.

So, today, allow me to grant you permission to do just that.

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Side Chat: Problem Transfiguration

transfiguration

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Remember in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire when Mad-Eye Moody (well, the Death Eater who was impersonating Mad-Eye Moody using Polyjuice Potion) briefly turned Draco Malfoy into a ferret that he bounced around the Great Hall, much to the delight of Harry, Ron, and Hermione?

In half a second, Draco was transfigured from an unmanageable problem — a persistent bully and nemesis that the trio shared years of baggage and enmity with — to, as Ron put it, “a great, bouncing ferret.”

And even though we can’t transfigure our problems that easily, it’s not ...