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Ryan Biddulph

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Ryan Biddulph inspires you with courses, 100 plus eBooks, audio books and his blog at Blogging From Paradise.

Family: The Final Frontier

Every non-enlightened human being reading this post has some heavy energies with their family experiences. Family triggers your fear better than any human beings. Wives, husbands, kids, siblings and parents yield seemingly magical powers, pushing your buttons, enraging you and humiliating you. Your family members and you have a strong past. Without a doubt, family […]

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Life Follows Your Self Image

I just saw on Twitter how Kyrie Irving became the NBPA vice-president a few moments ago. Following Kyrie since his days at St. Patrick high school in New Jersey, I figured he would eventually become famous through basketball. His skills seemed top notch but his confidence seemed almost super human. Dude definitely had – and […]

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Feeling Fear Frees You

I felt incredibly exhausted during my evening walk tonight. I wished I had been in bed more than anything. But I gutted out the 90 minute jaunt. Fighting off a cold for the past 3 days, I figured I would pass out the second my head hit the pillow after the walk. Nope. Here I […]

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Thinking: Use Your Precious Gift

Whether you believe it to be a complete hoax or you know it exists, Bigfoot seems to be a fascinating topic. The mythical cryptid makes most people laugh. How could an 8 foot tall, 700 pound humanoid live in North America’s forests for centuries without officially being recognized? I thought Sasquatch was pure bunk. But […]

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What Is the Success Paradox?

I recall listening to a wise quote when I dove into intense personal development almost 20 years ago. Bob Proctor quoted an experienced coach who professed the success paradox: you have to do it by yourself but you cannot do it alone. My most valuable lessons arose from intimate personal experiences where I did it […]

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Do You Make Excuses or Progress?

I hear from many struggling bloggers who make excuses routinely. Perhaps full time employee, part time bloggers feel short on time after settling in with the family every night. I admire your busy life and have compassion for your plight but readers do not care if you seem too busy to blog. Guess what readers […]

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