Susan L. Farrell, Author

Category: Self-Empowerment

Self-Empowerment

Routines

Routines help us until they hurt us. Routines can be very helpful in that they assist us in being productive.  They help us be efficient. However, there are times when

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Self-Empowerment

Information, Misinformation, and Disinformation

Did you know that there is a difference between misinformation and disinformation? I didn’t until relatively recently. These are the definitions according to the Merriam-Webster online dictionary: Information:               1) Knowledge

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Self-Empowerment

Stop Studying and Start Doing

If someone would pay me, I could easily be a professional student.  I have always loved school. I think this is mostly because I love to learn.  Even now, I

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Self-Empowerment

Study for A’s?

I still remember something a high school teacher told my class many years ago.  (I wish I could remember his name.)  He said that if we study for A’s, we

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Self-Empowerment

Resolutions or Goals?

I’m not a resolutions person. It seems that too often I make a resolution at the beginning of the year to do something big, set it aside, and never look

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Self-Empowerment

The Success We Think We Deserve

Have you seen the movie The Perks of Being a Wallflower? There was a line in the movie that still resonates with me: “We accept the love we think we

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Self-Empowerment

Use It or Lose It

“Use it or lose it.”  I am not sure where this phrase originated, or in what capacity.  It can apply to all aspects of our lives, however. From a physical

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