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NEW BOOK BY ZERO DEAN: Lessons Learned from The Path Less Traveled™ Volume 1 by Zero Dean

Topics include: Attitude, gratitude, kindness, confidence, authenticity, tolerance, leadership, success, failure, happiness, living beyond comfort, integrity, health, fitness, wellness, communication, relationships, personal responsibility, and more.

If you've ever thought, "Someone should do something"
“If you’ve ever thought, “Someone should do something”, remember you’re someone.” — Zero Dean
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A lovely way to start the day
When someone writes to tell you that they like something you’ve written so much that they want print copies to
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Pink Floyd: Time
In a 2003 interview to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Pink Floyd’s The Dark Side of the Moon, bassist and
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The Stonecutter from The Tao of Pooh
THE STONECUTTER There was once a stonecutter, who was dissatisfied with himself and with his position in life. One day,
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'At the end of all our searching'
“At the end of all our searching we will arrive at the place we began and know it for the
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'A unified purpose is what gives meaning to life'
“A unified purpose is what gives meaning to life… It is not enough to find a purpose that unifies one’s
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The Psychology of Optimal Experience
“Getting control of life is never easy and sometimes it can definitely be painful. But in the long run optimal
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'Self-mastery requires self-awareness plus self-regulation'
Some interesting reading from one of my favorite subjects, emotional intelligence and brain states: From: The Brain and Emotional Intelligence:
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'Experience informs intuition'
“Experience informs intuition. But it does more than that: Experience sets the frame within which we analyze and interpret what
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Small actions can make a huge difference
“Whatever your goals may be, even small actions can make a huge difference when performed with consistency and a persistent
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