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A Wonderful Surprise

I’ve recently been on a book tour, doing interviews about my new book, Your Mind Is What Your Brain Does for a Living, and as a by-product of the publicity, I received this email: “Hi Steve! If your mother is Leah, then I am your cousin. My grandmother was Ann, your mom’s sister. I’d love
  • 16 Apr, 2014
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Why Do We Make It Personal?

I’ve fathered five children in this lifetime. I have two daughters from my nine-year first marriage, and a daughter and son from my 27-year second marriage. My third and oldest marriage, with my business partner, is still going after 43 years, and our child is Westwood Financial Corporation, a real estate company with over 100
  • 9 Apr, 2014
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I Thought She Was Mysterious But Actually She Was Just Depressed

We are all reaction machines. Something happens and we react. In fact, we can’t not react; our only choice is how we react. Each of us reacts in our own unique way, based on our individual interpretation of “what just happened”—and we all may see it differently. That’s why, no matter how close we feel
  • 6 Feb, 2014
  • Posted by Steve Fogel
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My New Book

I’ve received so much positive feedback and so many inspiring comments from readers of Your Mind Is Not Always Your Friend : A Guide for How to Not Get in Your Own Way that I dedicated 2013 to writing a new book, with my coauthor Mark Bruce Rosin. The book is titled Your Mind Is
  • 23 Jan, 2014
  • Posted by Steve Fogel
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Benefits of Keeping a Journal – Part 3: More Lessons from My Year-End Review

In last week’s blog I explained my tradition of ending the old year by looking back at that year’s journal entries to review the truly significant experiences and observations and to record the new “Ahas” in the file I call my Wisdom Pages.   In that blog I shared how I still struggle with my
  • 16 Jan, 2014
  • Posted by Steve Fogel
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