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Most people will choose unhappiness over uncertainty

MOST PEOPLE WILL CHOOSE UNHAPPINESS OVER THAN UNCERTAINTY Wow. Bold statement by Tim Ferris isn’t it? Looking at the world around us and the people within it, it’s also a very accurate one.  I like to think of myself as someone who would choose uncertainty over unhappiness and in many ways I do, but there have also been sticky areas in my life where I’ve remained willingly unhappy rather than take the risks of change. Does that ring true for…

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What if you were only known for the worst thing you’d ever done?

I was listening to an amazing Tim Ferris podcast yesterday where he interviewed Catherine Hoke, the “master of second chances.” Catherine Hoke — The Master of Second Chances Catherine runs the not for profit Defy Ventures, which is an entrepreneurship, employment and character development program for currently and formerly incarcerated men, women and youth. I highly recommend listening to her interview as she is fascinating to listen to: Catherine Hoke — The Master of Second Chances I’ve spent over a decade working in…

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