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MYST 112 Losing and Finding YOUR Inspiration

Where do you find your inspiration? What happens when you lose it? This is an episode that I recorded in June, 2015. Almost immediately after recording this, my own muse vanished. Later, I bought a new computer and moved all

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MYST 77 Trevitorial: Breaking Your Comfort Zone

Hibiscus, Blue Mountain Background

I’ve never been on a mission trip of any sort. Here I am leading 10 nursing students to Hagley Gap, St. Thomas Parish, Jamaica on a service learning experience where we walked the hills–mountains–and provided cares to villagers unable to

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MYST 75 Trevitorial: Become Your Best Self, Starting NOW!

So what does the title mean? Are you your best right now? How many listeners believe they are their best self, right now? Let’s change the question: How many here believe they are better than they were a year ago? That’s a better

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MYST 68 Trevitorial: Coach or Cheerleader?

“I don’t know the key to success, but the key to failure is trying to please everybody.” Bill Cosby As mentioned in this episode, LoseIt is my recommended weight loss method. Get Lose It! Premium because it works. Music composed and

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MYST 64 Trevitorial: Using Positive Peer Pressure

–Peer pressure and social norms are powerful influences on behaviour, and they are classic excuses. Andrew Lansley, British politician –The conscience of children is formed by the influences that surround them; their notions of good and evil are the result

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Are You Riding in Back, or Up Front?


Photo by Matthew Clark, via In the photo above, the person in the back is on a nice ride, but he has no control over where he is going. He doesn’t even have an oar in his hands. He is passively

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MYST 58 Trevitorial: Be Active or Live Passive

Photo by Matthew Clark, via Imagine two people in a canoe. The person up front digging hard with their paddle, propelling the canoe forward. The person in the back is along for the ride, but he has no paddle in his

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