Just One Thing

Just One Thing/06 Jun 2012

See What’s Likable

SeeWhatsLikable

What’s to like? The Practice: See what’s likable. Why? Liking feels good, plus it encourages us to approach and engage the world rather than withdraw from it. Your brain continually tracks whether something is pleasant, unpleasant, or neutral. In essence, is it a carrot, a...


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Just One Thing/29 May 2012

Be Home

Be Home - Just One Thing

What’s to like? The Practice: See what’s likable. Why? Liking feels good, plus it encourages us to approach and engage the world rather than withdraw from it. Your brain continually tracks whether something is pleasant, unpleasant, or neutral. In essence, is it a carrot, a...


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Just One Thing/20 May 2012

Rest Your Weary Head

Rest Your Weary Head

What’s to like? The Practice: See what’s likable. Why? Liking feels good, plus it encourages us to approach and engage the world rather than withdraw from it. Your brain continually tracks whether something is pleasant, unpleasant, or neutral. In essence, is it a carrot, a...


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Just One Thing/11 May 2012

Gift Yourself

Gift Yourself - Just One Thing

What’s to like? The Practice: See what’s likable. Why? Liking feels good, plus it encourages us to approach and engage the world rather than withdraw from it. Your brain continually tracks whether something is pleasant, unpleasant, or neutral. In essence, is it a carrot, a...


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Just One Thing/08 May 2012

Enjoy Now

Enjoy Now - Just One Thing

What’s to like? The Practice: See what’s likable. Why? Liking feels good, plus it encourages us to approach and engage the world rather than withdraw from it. Your brain continually tracks whether something is pleasant, unpleasant, or neutral. In essence, is it a carrot, a...


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Just One Thing/26 Apr 2012

Find What’s Sacred

Find What's Sacred - Just One Thing

What’s to like? The Practice: See what’s likable. Why? Liking feels good, plus it encourages us to approach and engage the world rather than withdraw from it. Your brain continually tracks whether something is pleasant, unpleasant, or neutral. In essence, is it a carrot, a...


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Just One Thing/19 Apr 2012

Avoid The Rush

Avoid The Rush - Just One Thing

What’s to like? The Practice: See what’s likable. Why? Liking feels good, plus it encourages us to approach and engage the world rather than withdraw from it. Your brain continually tracks whether something is pleasant, unpleasant, or neutral. In essence, is it a carrot, a...


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Just One Thing/12 Apr 2012

Find Your North Star

Find Your North Star - Just One Thing

What’s to like? The Practice: See what’s likable. Why? Liking feels good, plus it encourages us to approach and engage the world rather than withdraw from it. Your brain continually tracks whether something is pleasant, unpleasant, or neutral. In essence, is it a carrot, a...


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