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I’m way late to this party, but watched it on the plane from Paris to Tel Aviv.
In 1872, an embittered gunslinger named John Henry Clayton attempts to make amends with his estranged father Reverend Samuel Clayton while their community is besieged by ruthless land-grabbers.
NUMBER THREE: A POWERFUL PODCAST, A Harvard Psychologist Teaches Us How to Increase Our Emotional Intelligence
What if, instead of running away from or suppressing difficult emotions, we learned how to observe, embrace, and utilize them to aid in our personal development? Such is the mission of Susan David—an award-winning Harvard Medical School Psychologist, and author of the bestseller Emotional Agility. In this episode, Susan tells Alex about what inspired her to go into emotions research, the danger of avoiding negative emotions, and what emotional agility is and how we can implement it in our own lives.
This triple charger is great to minimize cables and clutter. Charge your iPhone, apple watch and airpods all on the same device – Love it!
A Great Quote from MOTHER TERESA
“Spread love everywhere you go. Let no one ever come to you without leaving happier.”