March 2020


The term ‘paralysis by analysis’ is a funny way of saying something very real. If you give a person two choices, they’ll choose their favorite. But if you give them three choices, they won’t choose at all. It’s too overwhelming. Psychologists and Economists like Dan Ariely have written about ‘decision fatigue’, which references how worn[…]

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Pastor Paul’s Story – by Paul Mitchell I’ve never described myself as an athlete because I thought it was synonymous with being a ‘jock’ – which I am not. But there have been times in my life that I was active physically, and I’ve always felt more confident and even-keeled in those times. As a[…]

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This time of year is about when those New Years’ resolutions start to fade. We start to lose motivation. Here’s why. Because get-rich-quick schemes don’t work, get-lean shakes, and crash diets are all predatory schemes. There are shortcuts to fitness, but there’s also a lot of lies out there. Here’s a quick test (From Seth[…]

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Reframing Stress, and Reinterpreting Fear   There are three types of fun. The first kind is like a birthday party where it’s really fun! The second kind is like zip-lining where it’s fun but also scary. And the third kind is just plain scary, but you TELL people it was fun.   My point—and one[…]

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