Wednesday, May 01, 2013
Lessons learned about yelling
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"Being present in the moment is your key to
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Did you know that how you feel about yelling is
related to how you feel about your lessons learned
For your consideration here are a few ideas about
yelling. Yelling is...
...used to cheer at an event!
...used to let go of hostility, and release
...the deepest expression of excitement,
Conclusions, and takeaways
Accept your feelings about yelling.
Take your lessons learned about yelling to the next
Being aware of your intentions for yelling
Reading The Power of Now
Watching your need, and reason for yelling
Bottom line: Yelling is at times an expression of anger,
and at other times -- as in competitive events -- is an
expression of excitement, and encouragement
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