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Self-Acceptance

Self-acceptance is the active, honest acknowledgement and appreciation of our capabilities, talents, and physicality—all of our strengths and weaknesses. It is the act of recognizing our whole self, of integrating all aspects of ourselves into our self-image. But self-acceptance is not resignation! It is instigating self-development from a basis of compassion instead of criticism. The expectations we receive and internalize from our many identities—and our image-obsessed culture—can make self-acceptance difficult, but understanding how to balance a desire for change with our inner critic is essential to happiness and health. We’ve started gathering valuable information on this topic, but haven’t yet curated the findings.

3 Surefire Ways to Change Your Energy

How would you define energy? Is it the caffeinated overdrive feeling that gets you through the day or the electrical current charging your laptop? Contemporary thought leader Panache Desai, one of the featured speakers at the upcoming Thrive: A Third Metric Live Event, offers new ways to bring yours...

How to Achieve Your Full Potential

At its heart, achieving your full potential is about being the best person that you can be. Since everyone is different, you will need to define the terms of success for yourself. Therefore, it is important to know yourself.

Panache Desai: Your Infinite Potential

Born and raised in London, England, Panache Desai has always known he was different. Even at a young age, he possessed an innate kindness and love rarely experienced from one so young. He was recognized by visitors and teachers as gifted. Learn more in this OMTimes interview.

What Is Self-Actualization? 13 Traits of Self-Actualized People

If becoming a self-actualized person means realizing our greatest talents and achieving our greatest potential, how do we go about doing that? How do we achieve self-actualization?

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