“The task of leadership, the first task of concerned people, is not to condemn or castigate or deplore; it is to search out the reason for disillusionment and alienation, the rationale of protest and dissent— perhaps, indeed, to learn from it.” — Robert F. Kennedy
If you plan to live up to your commitment to having a fantastic life, you’re going to need to stand up for yourself when conflicts occur. You can be ineffective at resolving conflicts, weather the resulting storms, and still be committed to your purpose— the commitment is the most important thing— but there are some skills you can learn that make handling conflict a whole lot easier.
Do you outsource your responsibilities? Are you also doing it for the management of your rights and your health? Are you still doing it for your properties or investment and your standards?
Are you ok with no accountability from your suppliers? And they dictate your life while you fool yourself thinking that they work for you? Are you too afraid to fire your doctor? Your lawyer? Your investment advisor? Your boss? Should your government NOT be held accountable for destroying everything it has been hired to protect?
Well, if you’ve answered yes to the above, you’ve got EXACTLY what you asked for and deserve.
A 3,000 year-old Chinese practice called face mapping is one way to measure your gut health.
According to Dr. Anthony Youn, a holistic plastic surgeon, the health of the gut is often revealed by the health of the skin. And although he doesn’t believe face mapping is always accurate, he says it’s useful for those who want to get to the root cause of their skin issues.