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Time Traveling is Not Impossible

About a week and a half ago, we dropped the boys off at my mom and dad’s for some play time and to go through some old action figures.

When we went to pick them up, I saw some of my favorite toys from when I was 7 or 8 years old, still in perfect condition.

As I held the Army Ant figurines and the Battle Toad guys, I went back 30 years instantaneously. I could remember sitting going to the old toy shop in nearby Somerville and making my selections.

I remember sitting on the floor at my grandparents playing with them (we lived with them when we first moved to NJ).

Hebb’s Law equals time travel.

What is Hebb’s Law?

It states that what gets fired together gets wired together. Your favorite music, your favorite nostalgia, have the power to take you back in time and make you feel those very feelings you felt when those things became wired in your brain.

Time travel is pretty cool, you just have to recognize that it’s possible.

Be Unconventional – Kyle

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The Black Mist of Worry

This morning, before beginning my morning routine, I found myself in a state of worry and anxiety.


I was projecting and thinking about things that might happen this coming year.


Then I caught myself.


Worrying is a fool’s game.


Worrying is based in future events that may or most likely won’t ever happen.


The more we worry, the more the ‘anxiety gap’ grows, because we have less prediction and response the further out we try and control.


Think about this for a second:  I want you to think of 1 minute from this exact moment.   Probably not much anxiety or worry about that right?



That’s because you know where you are going to be in one minute.  You know the pattern of what’s coming next.


Now compare that to thinking about where you are going to be in 6 months.  Impossible to predict.


Worry is the black mist that I envision leaving my body when I do my morning breathing.  There is nothing good that comes out of worry except for wasted energy.


Use worry warts as a trigger for a sign that you can grow and fulfill your potential more in the area of your life that you are worrying about.


-Kyle Newell


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