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Grit: the missing puzzle piece

She was sitting at the table for whole 15 minutes, which for her is already a very long stretch of time. Sighing and whining our daughter was struggling through cursive letters; until finally she angrily dropped the pen. She was fuming and downhearted. That “stupid cursive” failed to obey her. 

“Why can’t you just immediately know how to do it right?!”, — she shouted, her eyes filled with sadness. 

Indeed, why can’t you?… Continue reading Grit: the missing puzzle piece

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The Power of Intention or how honest are we really with ourselves?

Today I am happy to welcome a guest author – Dasha Lukiniha. Dasha is a twenty something living and working in London. She is a city girl working in economics who sometimes likes to get lost in musing over life’s big and not so big questions and would like to share some of her thoughts with you. In her stimulating post she reflects on our subconscious intentions that might be very different from what we think our intentions are. I hope you enjoy this self-reflection piece the same as I did.

The Power of Intention or how honest are we really with ourselves? Author: Dasha Lukiniha

After declining my fifth job offer, exhausted from the never ending search process I ran down the usual “motivational” list I resort to every time – Continue reading The Power of Intention or how honest are we really with ourselves?