Author Archives: Don Joseph Goewey

Why Dreams Don’t Come True

from the Huffington Post article Shame sucks the life out of your dreams and aspirations. It punishes you for getting something wrong and drains the joy out of your triumphs. Shame is why you lose faith in yourself and end … Continue reading

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The Simple Cure to Fatigue and Burnout

from the Huffington Post ~ posted: 01/07/2016 3:09 pm EST        Believing we have drained our brain is what drains our brain. Most people think that the exhaustion they feel at day’s end is caused by a hard day at work. Yet, if we look … Continue reading

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Generation Stress

from Don Joseph Goewey’s article in the Huffington Post Millennials, who came of age after 1999, and Generation X, born between the early 1960’s and early 1980’s, are now being dubbed Generation Stress. That’s because the American Psychological Association’s research on stress has found Millennials to … Continue reading

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Far from the holiday crowd, better known as peace

The holidays, especially the crowds, can be stressful to the point of making us miserable.  Peace is supposed to be the reason for season, and yet it’s the polar opposite experience for many. You can change all that simply by … Continue reading

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85% of What We Worry About Never Happens

Five hundred years ago, Michel de Montaigne said: My life has been filled with terrible misfortune; most of which never happened.  Now there’s a study that proves it.   This study looked into how many of our imagined calamities never materialize. In this study, subjects … Continue reading

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