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Perfection Paralysis

Perfectly Imperfect Today I decided to accept the challenge of 100 days of videos to send out the message of Thoughtfire. What is the purpose of Thoughtfire. ITS ABOUT SHOWING UP FOR YOU! (See side bar for mission vision and values!) Thoughtfire’s message is to teach methods and skills that help individuals to show up …

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“Creating a better self, one thought, and one drop at a time.” MY Experience: Many have asked me- “Why oils?” To be frankly honest if you would have told me 5 years ago that these oils would have changed my life, I would have laughed at you. My wife Jenny and I have had these …

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The Monkey and the Nut

The Monkey🐒 and the Nut I love the great lesson that has been written in several books about the process of catching a monkey. I’m sure most of you have already read it, but I will quickly paraphrase. The person who is catching a monkey takes a small looking box that has a small hole …

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The Metaphor of Flossing

The Metaphor of FlossingThis morning as I was brushing my teeth I realized there was something in the middle of my two front teeth. I thought to myself “how long as that been there?” After reviewing all the people and puppies, I talked with this morning; Jenny, Raven, Harley… I thought “Well, I will just …

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Be You! Live Brave!

This past weekend, my wife and I went to the movie “The Greatest Showman.” The movie prompted me to share my next topic on this blog. This topic is one that is personal and inspiring to me. For those who have not seen the movie, I will make sure to not spoil it for you. …

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“See a Need, Fill a Need”

Growing up, I have been blessed to have an angel for a grandmother. She has always taught me that “Idle hands are the devil’s workshop.” All of the grandchildren would attest that grandma has included them in some sort of project at one point or another. As a young child, I have found memories of …

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