How A Comfort Killer Mindset Can Help With Drug Addiction

Most you that are part of this community know that I used to be a drug addict. I was an active addiction for about ten years. My clean date is August 21st, 2015. My drug of choice was heroin. I would take Any opiates I could find though. Morphine, methadone, oxycontin, vicodin, opana, or anything […]

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The “5am” Struggle

5AM

Well…4:30am for me lol. Let’s face it, getting up at 5am everyday..even on weekends is a struggle. But if you can make it past the first 5 minutes of getting up, you can completely crush your day and live on purpose. I’ve been reading and implementing the book The Miracle Morning By Hal Elrod. Here […]

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What’s your Super Power?

What's Your Super Power

What does self acceptance mean, better yet, what does having confidence in who you are mean? Many self development speakers and coaches answer the age old question of believe in yourself and accepting who you are, but how do we discover who we are and how to we have confidence in that power, or skill. […]

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Not in my local school!!!

Education

So, you think problems are in other people’s schools, really? As a person with a strong passion to see students succeed in learning and truly be ready for the world they face, I continue to be amazed!! As a former teacher, I am saddened! I challenge every reader to check and verify the next claim. Currently […]

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When You’re Down, Get Up!

The Comfort Killer Mindset Life isn’t always cracked up to what you expect it to be, in fact, sometimes it can be downright difficult to even get out of bed in the morning. At least, that’s what I hear. In fact, I remember a day when I had that same victim mentality! As Comfort Killers, […]

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Are You an “Accidental Leader?” Become a great leader instead!

Accidental Leader

Are You an “Accidental Leader?” Become a great leader instead!  Many of us have titles associated with positions. Titles such as; manger, supervisor, team lead, lead technician and even ones such as teacher, administrator, or parent. In these roles, we think nothing of trying to be a better (insert title), ____________ by reading books, listening […]

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Achieve Greater Success with 4 Words- by Eric Tangumonkem, Ph.D

I am the President/CEO of IEM Approach a premier company in inspiring, equipping and motivating people to find their God-given purpose, pursue and possess it. I am an Independent Certified Coach, Teacher, and Speaker with The John Maxwell Team and on a mission to Inspire, Equip and Motivate people to tell their stories. My own […]

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The 5-Foot Bubble by J.M Collins (What can we truly control?)

5 ft bubble
  • by The Comfort Killers Contributor
  • Mar 02, 2017
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What can we truly control?  Others?  The environment?  The thoughts, desires, needs of those around us? As I sit envisaging what to write about I continually come back to a single basic concept.  The paradox of modern stoicism is personally both naturally inviting; yet also agonizingly difficult to embrace in today’s world.  This is David […]

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Millennials are Your Solution if You Are Prepared, Here’s Why! Article by Kevin Ward

Millennials

Millennials your problem, really? They are your solution if you are prepared! To know where to go from here, let’s explore how we got here to start with. I will give you a snapshot of each of the current generations in the workforce currently. We will track them in four areas: general culture, family structure, […]

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Overcoming “What if?” by Kyle Hendrix – Obsessed with Parenting

Overcoming What if

Overcoming “What if?” The three keys to crushing it The first time you lay your eyes on them you are at peace. After months of anticipation the day has finally arrived. You’ve argued about what name to pick, fought over which products they will need first, discussed how you were raised and given your opinion […]

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Putting Yourself in New Rooms

Putting Yourself in New Rooms

Putting Yourself in New Rooms I went to ten schools in twelve grade years. Yes, you read that right. I went to ten schools in twelve grade years. I lived with my mother, father, and younger brother. I wasn’t a military brat. We simply had life challenges and moved around to find better situations. My […]

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