I want people to know about me and my writings

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I found the little courage in me to speak out more for the things I want and the opinions I have.

So I took small steps with the little courage I had in me and bravely decided to dive into communication. It is a goal of mine to create writings that could reach to people’s hearts!

https://hellocalleen.wordpress.com/2020/07/24/get-to-know-me

I’ve let my fear control and define who I am

It took me a long time to realize that sometimes, even when it seems ridiculous or even inappropriate, you just have to let yourself go and be YOU in the purest sense of the word you have to connect with what makes you unique and tap into your full potential.

https://whatyoueatdefinesyou.wordpress.com/2020/05/26/step-outside-your-comfort-zone

I would love to encourage you + equip you + empower you

Keywords: anxiety, depression, mindfulness, social work, suicide prevention, trauma informed care

What have you encountered along your journey? I would love to encourage you. I’d love to equip you. I’d love to empower you. Let me know how we can connect so you can have strength for your journey!!!

https://thatsocialworkguy.com/2020/04/27/let-me-introduce-myself

With thoughts swirling, I wanted to create a place to write them down, connect with others, and discuss or just encourage one another

Keywords: Creative Writing, Journaling, Writing

Some of my thoughts may be dark at times, or sometimes too light, but whatever state of mind I’m in at the moment is usually what I’m writing. Sometimes that may be creative, maybe almost fictional, or sometimes just to the point: this is how I feel. As human beings, we run the gamut of emotions, don’t we? So don’t be afraid of any of them, just let yourself feel.

https://thoughtsonquarantine.wordpress.com/2020/03/28/hi-and-welcome

Courage vs Ego: Am I good enough?

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The Lost Teacher

Courage: mental or moral strength to venture, persevere, and withstand danger, fear, or difficulty

Courage is the willingness to put your self on the line knowing that you might fail.

Ego: the self especially as contrasted with another self or the world

Ego is your comparison to others. It is the little voice telling you the risk isn’t worth the reward – to preserve your self-image, you should run away from the courageous action and protect what you already have.

Every day, we face a question that pits our courage against our ego – “Am I good enough?”

I wrote this from my current perspective as a coach, but know that it would not be a stretch to replace the word coach with teacher/administrator, or players with students/teachers. While the way we work with our players/students/teachers may differ slightly, the questions asked and lessons learned are very similar.

Am I…

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