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Better, Brains, & Baby Steps

“I didn't know I was broken 'til I wanted to change, I wanna get better. Better, better, better, I wanna get better” - Bleachers – I Wanna Get Better I’m starting to think that I should write a self-help book. A quick online search indicates that there is a massive market for them and that an outrageous or witty title might even land me on the Best Seller List. The popularity of books providing self-help and other life-hack strategies is evidence that people are looking to evolve, change, and grow. They’re not just looking to be different tomorrow than they are today, they’re looking to get better…. better, better, better. Who doesn’t want to get better? Contrary to the lyrics above, we d

Better, Brains, & Baby Steps

“I didn't know I was broken 'til I wanted to change, I wanna get better. Better, better, better, I wanna get better” - Bleachers – I Wanna Get Better I’m starting to think that I should write a self-help book. A quick online search indicates that there is a massive market for them and that an outrageous or witty title might even land me on the Best Seller List. The popularity of books providing self-help and other life-hack strategies is evidence that people are looking to evolve, change, and grow. They’re not just looking to be different tomorrow than they are today, they’re looking to get better…. better, better, better. Who doesn’t want to get better? Contrary to the lyrics above, we do

Friction, Fuel, & Freedom

“Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.” - Victor Frankl Victor Frankl lived an amazing life, and his story should probably be the subject of its own message. In addition to being a Holocaust survivor, Frankl was both a neurologist & psychiatrist and founder of Logotherapy, a concept based on the premise that the primary motivational force of an individual is to find meaning in life. His quote above is both a perfect summary of his viewpoint and the perfect launching pad for this week’s message. Speaking of launch pads, let’s consider what it takes to get a rocket from the ground and

Friction, Fuel, & Freedom

“Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.” - Victor Frankl Victor Frankl lived an amazing life, and his story should probably be the subject of its own message. In addition to being a Holocaust survivor, Frankl was both a neurologist & pyschiatrist and founder of Logotherapy, a concept based on the premise that the primary motivational force of an individual is to find meaning in life. His quote above is both a perfect summary of his viewpoint and the perfect launching pad for this week’s message. Speaking of launch pads, let’s consider what it takes to get a rocket from the ground and

 

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