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40 Questions We’re Afraid to Ask – #27 When did I not speak up when I should have? I’m sure very few of us would have to think very hard to remember a time when we didn’t speak up when … Continue reading

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40 Questions We’re Afraid to Ask – #18 What do I fear that is holding me back? Remember when you first started crawling and fearlessly began explore the world around you?  Or when you took your first confident steps and … Continue reading

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Questions We’re Afraid to Ask – #13 If I haven’t yet achieved it, what do I have to lose? To be honest, I’m having a hard time this morning figuring out where I want to go with this one.  There are … Continue reading

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40 Questions We’re Afraid to Ask – #10 If life is so short, why do I do so many things I don’t like and like so many things I don’t do? In other words, why do I do what I … Continue reading

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Your Greatest Enemy — Fear Itself In his first inaugural address, incoming President Franklin D. Roosevelt asserted his firm belief that “the only thing we have to fear is fear itself—nameless, unreasoning, unjustified terror which paralyzes needed efforts to convert retreat … Continue reading

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