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This process metaphorically has obvious meaning, but is the first initial step in the quest to true self-improvement.  In my last post I introduced my intentions, and gave you a little background on the current events of my quest.  Now I will explain the problems I encountered and what it took to go forward in my endeavor.  Everyone at some point reaches some sort of boiling point in their life.  It can be from a consistent amount unmet obligations to doing in over-indulgence of a negative situation.  For me it was taken on too many projects and not meeting my regular obligations.  To give you an idea of what I do on a regular basis, I work and attend school full-time.  These are my daily obligations, in between these obligations, I did freelance work, worked out, and even pursued other educational concentrations.  As you can see, I tend to take on more than I can chew.  I actually can route back when these habits started forming in my personality. (more…)

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About a month ago I began a journey in my own self-discovery.  Before this movement in my life, I lived a very sporadic, and mildly destructive life style.  First off, I am not by any measurement, an expert in human psychology, or human physiology.  My words and descriptions are mere reflections of my personal development to master my own human condition.  What is the human condition? As quoted from Dictionary.com, “the positive and negative aspects of existence as a human being, esp. the inevitable events such as birth, childhood, adolescence, love, sex, reproduction, aging, and death”.  This is a fairly broad definition, and I only concentrate on exploiting the highest potential of our abilities to improve the present condition.  In the past, my exploration has lead me to read many books and essays on self-development.  The final result really lead me no-where, and only wasted time in doing what needed to be done.  This is a very important concept to grasp, “doing what needs to be done”. (more…)

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