Life

What brings you alive? How do you make big decisions? These posts are a mix of my own personal experiences, as well as tips and templates to help you ride out the emotional highs and lows that come with living a full life.

Life Lessons (see also: Goals category)

Lemons to Lemonade

On Stress

On Confidence & Fear (see the related Happiness category)

On Change

On Gratitude

My thanks to you


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Written by Paul Angone There are so many well-hidden suckholes that can stop all momentum, growth, and success in your twenties. And you can fall into one of these pitfalls without even realizing it, and then stay stuck well into your 30s, 40s, 50s…you get where I’m going… Now that I’ve successfully freaked us all out, […]

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Written By Davis Nguyen Last week, life after college officially began for me and frankly, I am scared. Even with a degree from one of the world’s best universities, I am scared of what awaits me outside the walls of the classrooms I’ve so grown so accustomed to seeing every day for the last 17 years. When […]

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Written by Jenny Blake Okay, so “I don’t know” is more of a three-word phrase, but you get the idea. When pondering a life change, a relationship or a career, how many times have you said, “I don’t know” with a big sigh and a dejected, deflated tone? “I don’t know” is not a disease to […]

Written by Paul Angone If your twenties have gone nothing like you planned – you’re not alone. Career doubts. Crushed dreams. Relationship debacles. Faith struggles. And flat out groan up awkwardness. In my twenties I experienced them all and felt like such a failure. After college I was working a comfortable job, yet I couldn’t shake this […]

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Written by Paul Angone Are you becoming a real live half-dead adult? What do I mean? Well to explain let me take you to a call center. Call Center Crisis In my opinion, the only difference between hell and a call center is the phones. (Unless the devil is sporting a cellphone these days.) When you […]

Written by Paul Angone This story starts with a terrible accident. One that took place at the worst possible time. (as most accidents do) A man went on a carriage ride with his son and daughter. This man was an incredibly important figure of his day and was working non-stop for years. He needed to […]