On Being Disappointed in Oneself

By Andrew Appleton / March 13, 2020 /

We’ve all experienced disappointment in many forms. Disappointment is the feeling of displeasure when something doesn’t turn out as expected. Perhaps the most insidious form is self-disappointment. It’s insidious because it occurs within the privacy of our own minds, subject to our inner monologues, badgering us relentlessly. I find the notion of being disappointed in…

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Your problem is you don’t know what your problem is.

By Andrew Appleton / March 28, 2019 /

Life is full of problems. In fact, we spend most of our time solving problems; everything from deciding what to eat to figuring how much to save each month for an early retirement. In our pursuit to solve, two common glitches occur: We apply solutions in search of problems; OR We solve the wrong problems.…

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