Lessons learned about knowing

Weekly Reminder: Live in the present moment
Being present in the moment is your key to being giving, good,
and grateful!

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Did you know that how you feel about knowing in general, and about
a specific goal is related to how you feel about your lessons learned
about knowing?

For your consideration here are a few ideas about knowing.
Knowing is gaining, and organizing information by…

…asking questions
…building on your life lessons
changing cultures creatively

Conclusions, and takeaways

Accept your knowing.

Take your lessons learned about knowing to the next level when you…

Ask Dr. Rae [New feature]
Read The Power of Now
Take time to be aware, and trust what is happening for you
rather than to you

Bottom line: In this global uncertainty, knowing how you make others feel
is essential, necessary, and required.  Make a difference, and change the
world by making better decisions.  There is creative knowing in uncertainty!

The choice is yours!

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learned about knowing.

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What are your feelings about your lessons learned about knowing?

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get more done with less distress, and eustress.

We encourage you, and we support you on your lessons learned about knowing!

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