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If you're not changing it, you're choosing it.

If you're not setting a clear intention, backed with actions that move you in a different direction (even small ones), then you're effectively choosing for your situation to remain as it is. I see two empowering steps on that path forward:1) Acceptance of what is. 2) Action towards what could be.What are your thoughts? Share this image on Instagram and tag @justinminott

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Why do we apologize so much?

I was going to make an apologetic post saying something like, "sorry I haven't been on socials for a while, I've been in the lab cooking up some powerful projects... etc."  Then I thought, "but why?" Why would I need to justify being off of social media? Maybe I have been working on really "important" things. Or maybe I needed to spend more time living life instead of posting about living life. Or maybe it wasn't energy-giving for me at the moment. Or maybe I was listening to some inner wisdom. Or maybe I just felt like it.Anyway, I'm back... for as long as it serves me and makes a difference in other peoples' lives.Lesson: You don't owe anyone a...

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Monday Unleashed: March 4, 2019

I repost my Monday Unleashed emails here on the blog every Wednesday. Be sure to sign up for my email newsletter so that you get this on time from now on and don't miss out on any of the fun. Here it is: Hey Friend! Here's your weekly dose of "Monday Unleashed", a list of what moves me.What I'm pondering: What if we used the word "DIFabilities" instead of "disabilities"? We all have limitations of some kind, but our limitations make way for us to have superpowers in other areas. So how could someone be "dis" abled? ... maybe they're just differently abled? That leads me to my next piece...Who inspires me: My world got rocked while attending the Social Care Farming Summit...

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How to Uncover Your True Purpose

Imagine that you’re climbing a very tall ladder. In the beginning, the climb is fairly easy, but about a quarter of the way up you start to feel your muscles burning a bit. You find the strength to press on when your arms get heavy and weak. You are exerting all of your energy. You ignore the pain and even learn to cherish the sweat and scars brought on by the intense process. You’re making progress, rung by rung. Your foot may slip a little from time to time, but you never stop moving upward. The people on the ground are cheering for you and telling you not to give up. And finally, when you feel like you have nothing...

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