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  1. No One Can Trigger You | Daily Stoic

    There are things that just set you off. There are things that happened to you that you prefer not to think about. There are the things you asked repeatedly for someone to stop. There are the things that decent people are not supposed to do and say.

    And yet they happen anyway.

    So you get upset. You get triggered.

    Although not ideal, it is at least understandable. We should be patient with other people when they are triggered, we should be patient with ourselves when we are (as Marcus said, what matters when you fall or fail is to revert back to the training that you know and understand that you’re a human being).

    The problem is this extra thing we’ve started doing these days: Blaming other people for triggering us. Expecting the world to label every potential frustrating thought or idea with a trigger warning. That’s not reasonable, right, or fair.

    The Stoics knew that other people can’t trigger us. We can only allow ourselves to be triggered. As Epictetus said, we are complicit in the offenses we take. Our temper is ours to lose—no one can take it from us and certainly no one can make us lose it.

    We have the power. We’ll have far more luck and happiness in this life if we spend our time strengthening it than we ever will trying to soften the world. One is a form of protection that’s up to us, the other is a fantasy and a projection.

    Which will you choose? https://dailystoic.com/no-one-can-trigger-you/

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  2. Człowiek z Sankt Petersburga - Ken Follett | AudiobookPL

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  3. Chamath Palihapitiya Keynote - Hack the North 2018 - University of Waterloo Engineering

    Chamath Palihapitiya, Founder and CEO of Social Capital/Waterloo Engineering alumnus, made the keynote presentation at Hack the North 2018 held at the University of Waterloo.

    In conversation with Dhananja Jayalath (DJ), Co-founder of Athos, Chamath is open and candid, sharing his thoughts on his time at Waterloo Engineering, entrepreneurship, finding passion and purpose, and his experiences living and working in the Valley.

    Recorded: September 14, 2018

    https://hackthenorth.com/ https://uwaterloo.ca/engineering/

    Join the conversation: Twitter: twitter.com/waterlooeng Facebook: facebook.com/uWaterlooEngineering Instagram: instagram.com/uwaterlooeng/ LinkedIn Group: linkedin.com/groups/56527/ LinkedIn Profile: linkedin.com/showcase/faculty-of-engineering/ Waterloo Engineering Hub: tenthousandcoffees.com/hub/waterlooengineering

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  4. Are Your Five Core Needs Being Met? Part 2 - Dr. Kathy Koch

    Everyone has needs because that’s how God created us — with core needs that only God can ultimately fulfill.

    Dr. Kathy Koch has identified five core needs — Security: who can I trust?, Identity: who am I? Belonging: who wants me? Purpose: why am I alive? Competence: what do I do well?

    Human beings often try to fill their core needs with counterfeits; but Christians need to share the message that we were created by God and in Him all of our needs are met.

    Dr. Koch emphasizes the point of having trustworthy friends who can help you meet your needs in healthy ways, and even learning to trust yourself — that you can grow and learn from your mistakes. She also emphasizes the need for hope and optimism, instead of negativity, in order to be healthy and whole according to God’s design.

    Get Dr. Koch’s book, Five to Thrive, for a gift of any amount: http://bit.ly/36VezeK

    For more on the broadcast: http://bit.ly/31nA9Hs

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  5. Are Your Five Core Needs Being Met? Part 1 - Dr. Kathy Koch

    Everyone has needs because that’s how God created us — with core needs that only God can ultimately fulfill.

    Dr. Kathy Koch has identified five core needs — Security: who can I trust?, Identity: who am I? Belonging: who wants me? Purpose: why am I alive? Competence: what do I do well?

    Human beings often try to fill their core needs with counterfeits; but Christians need to share the message that we were created by God and in Him all of our needs are met.

    Dr. Koch emphasizes the point of having trustworthy friends who can help you meet your needs in healthy ways, and even learning to trust yourself — that you can grow and learn from your mistakes. She also emphasizes the need for hope and optimism, instead of negativity, in order to be healthy and whole according to God’s design.

    Get Dr. Koch’s book, Five to Thrive, for a gift of any amount: http://bit.ly/36VezeK

    For more on the broadcast: http://bit.ly/391kbph

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    Check out Focus on the Family’s other social media channels! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/focusonthefamily Twitter: https://twitter.com/FocusFamily Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/focusonthefamily Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/focusonthefamily

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    #FocusBroadcast #CoreNeeds #FivetoThrive #KathyKoch #5CoreNeeds #FOTFBroadcast

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  6. The inconsistencies of the Corona Virus Story

    In today’s video I get deeper into the inconsistencies of the corona virus story. At the end of the video, I outline a simple scheme you can use to help keep you and your family healthy during these times.

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  7. The Present Future of Audio: Talk, Music, Video, Interactivity - a16z Podcast

    with @gustavs @conniechan @smc90

    We’ve talked a lot about podcasting, so where are we going with the future of audio, more broadly? Can we borrow from the present and future of video (e.g., TikTok) to see what’s next in audio; can we borrow from the past of audio (i.e., radio) to see what’s next for audio experiences (more blending of music, talk, podcasting)? Where do all these mediums converge and where do they diverge, when it comes to user experience, product design, recommendations, discovery, machine learning?

    https://pca.st/vr0zl32f

    —Huffduffed by misener

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