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Trust Yourself

Do you ever feel like the world is trying to tell you how your choices should be made or what path you should take? You're not alone. Even our most influential figures have had to confront this kind of pressure. Ralph Waldo Emerson once declared, “What I must do is...

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Training Ethics in Policing

Training Ethics in Policing

Ensuring police officers are trained in proper ethics is a priority for all departments. As police supervisors and leaders, it’s important to remember that ethical training doesn’t happen by accident; it takes purposeful planning and strategies to teach officers how...

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Where are your opinions formulated?

Where are your opinions formulated?

'Opinions have become currency in our media-driven world today. Too often, we start with a pre-defined belief and look for the information that fits it rather than evaluating all the evidence before forming an opinion. How do you know where to find reliable sources?...

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Inaction Speaks Loudly

Inaction Speaks Loudly

We all strive to convey our intentions and messages clearly, but sometimes the items we fail to do may speak volumes. Our nonverbal communication strategies can be incredibly revealing about our true feelings or even suggest that there is something left unsaid. Being...

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The World as We Know It.

"I will learn to look at life through uncynical eyes." Audie Murphy We've all been there. You know, that place where you're just going through the motions day in and day out. Where everything feels gray and bleak, and you can't seem to find anything to be optimistic...

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Be Curious, Not Judgemental

Be Curious, Not Judgemental

One of the most misquoted phrases in the modern English Language; is "Be curious, not judgmental." The phrase has been attributed to Walt Whitman. However, he didn't write it. Despite the controversy surrounding the origins of a simple phrase, there is wisdom within....

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The Stoic Resurgence

If you're seeking to develop a profound understanding of your happiness and well-being, ancient philosophy may provide the answers you've been looking for. Philosophers such as Socrates, Aristotle, Plato, and the Stoics were some of the earliest to explore concepts...

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Convenience(s)

If you want something, you must be willing to work hard. It's not enough to just want it – you have to be willing to go the extra mile, even when it's tough. The most successful people are often willing to do what others aren't. Many of us have become too reliant...

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