Latonya Dunn

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Break barriers down so as to open your mind

I recently read the Zen of Listening by Rebecca Shafir and in the book there were a number of exercises designed to move one towards becoming a more mindful listener.

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Delay does not mean a denial

As I was thinking about what to share with you this week, I was inspired by a phrase in a song I heard: “Your delay is not a denial.”

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Law of Attraction embraces positive outlook

It remains a tough job climate out there, but do not be discouraged. This can be difficult to manage especially if you are dissatisfied in your current position.

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Pulling in fear pushes others away

Do you ever find yourself checking up behind your significant other, constantly questioning her/his whereabouts, or insisting that she/he spend all of their free time with you?

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Don’t be fooled by false labeling

What lies have you believed?

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Grief is an individual feeling, no two are alike

Take it one day at a time.

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Personal ‘overdrafts’ come at a high cost

If when you go to withdraw money from your bank account and receive an “insufficient funds” message, the immediate presumption is that you have not done a good job of managing your account.

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When opportunity knocks, look through peephole first

We have all heard that when opportunity knocks, we have to be ready to seize the moment. Well, assuming that the opportunity is a lawful and logical one, this might be true. However, to be ready does not mean that we should not consider carefully the terms, conditions, and long-term implications that a given opportunity might carry with it.

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Experiences and imperfections help to create who we are

LaTonya Dunn talks about building ones image with imperfections and experience.

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Being wrong's a learning experience

There is a quote by the poet Alexander Pope that says, "A man should never be ashamed to own when he has been in the wrong, which is but saying, in other words, that he is wiser today than he was yesterday."

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Empathy is a gift and is also learned

Did the storm skip over you?As a child, I can remember hearing the grown-ups say, "If you ain't gone through nothing yet, just keep on living." It wasn't grammatically correct, but it was certainly a fact-a fact of life that reminds us that we all encounter storms in our lives.

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Words should be handled with care

If you don't have anything nice to say then don't say anything at all."How often have you heard that one?

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