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Enjoying a Bountiful Harvest


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Aaron Weibe ·
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What I learned from a 5-day challenge...

Karl Bradley ·
These days it seems everyone is doing some kind of "challenge". Truthfully, these make me pretty skeptical and after they try to sell something to you for the first 20-minutes I'm out. This time I stuck with it! Just finished reading " Soundtracks " by Jon Acuff and was curious to learn more about his work. BAM! His Overcoming Overthinking Challenge appeared on his feed and I signed up. Here are the nuggets from each session... Opening The 2 most powerful word in the English language are "me...

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Rick Klemme ·
The most important day topic for me was day one - empathy; particularly for myself. I can be very self-critical, which I know is not useful. Self empathy seems a necessary step for me!

Re: What I learned from a 5-day challenge...

Cathy Martinez ·
Thanks, Karl! What you gleaned are important lessons for us all. Makes me curious, now, to read the book!

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