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Thank You For Making Me Really Cool

When someone thanks me for my writing, I almost always say, "Thank you for allowing me to be of such value to you." That's because you manifest Greg Kuhn, not me. Here's what I mean...  You're Not Always Making Babies You manifest your entire universe. Most of...
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It’s Actually Possible to Give Your Best Effort Every Time

When I'm running, sometimes I just want to give up. I feel like I can't keep up the pace, that I can't go the distance. That I should quit. I listen to my body, so sometimes I do stop. But before I stop, because my goal is to give my best effort, I always make sure...
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My Thermometer Seems to Be Making Me Ill

Positive self-talk, or positive affirmations, are designed to get you into the right feelings. And once you have the right feelings, you'll have the experiences you truly desire, right? Wrong! In fact, that's the same logic as saying you need to ice down your...
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You Truly Need Setbacks and Inadequacy

  A while ago I was running on a sidewalk outside the Louisville Zoo.  A car approached and I watched it slow down for a speedbump in the road.  As it drove away, a thought appeared. "You only notice speedbumps if you're going fast."  "Man, that's deep!," I thought...
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My Body Makes Music!

While running the other day, I fully engaged the muscles in my back at the exact moment the song I was listening to crescendoed.   Which Came First? Almost immediately, I was swept up in a curious question.  Did the muscles in my back respond to the music or did the...
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My Thermometer Seems to Be Making Me Ill

My Thermometer Seems to Be Making Me Ill

Positive self-talk, or positive affirmations, are designed to get you into the right feelings. And once you have the right feelings, you'll have the experiences you truly desire, right? Wrong! In fact, that's the same logic as saying you need to ice down your...

You Truly Need Setbacks and Inadequacy

You Truly Need Setbacks and Inadequacy

  A while ago I was running on a sidewalk outside the Louisville Zoo.  A car approached and I watched it slow down for a speedbump in the road.  As it drove away, a thought appeared. "You only notice speedbumps if you're going fast."  "Man, that's deep!," I thought...