Richard Uzelac: The Power of Truth

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In a world filled with misinformation, spin, and outright lies, the importance of honesty and truth-telling cannot be overstated. Jordan Peterson’s “rule 8” from his book, “12 Rules for Life” – “Tell the truth or at least don’t lie” – is a profound reminder that truth and falsehood have real consequences, both for individuals and […]

Ego: Taming the Inner Beast, by Richard Uzelac

What is Ego? by Richard Uzelac

Merriam-Webster defines the self as the combination of elements that make up an individual’s identity and uniqueness. However, people often limit their sense of self to just one defining aspect of their lives, such as their profession, achievements, race, ethnicity, culture, age, sexual orientation, religion, relationships, family, or possessions. When we describe a new acquaintance […]

Self Care by Richard Uzelac

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From Surviving to Thriving: Embracing the Practice of Self Care by Richard Uzelac   Challenges can be motivating for many people because they offer a sense of purpose, excitement, and accomplishment. When we set a challenge for ourselves, we create a goal to work towards, which can give us a sense of direction and focus. […]

Who is Jordan Peterson? – Richard Uzelac

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Jordan Peterson is a Canadian clinical psychologist, cultural critic, and professor of psychology at the University of Toronto. He rose to fame in the early 2010s for his opposition to compelled speech, particularly in regard to Canadian human rights legislation, and his critiques of political correctness and identity politics. Photo by Travis Rupert The Concept […]

Richard Uzelac’s Full Bio

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Mr. Richard Uzelac is also available as a Technology Speaker, Seminar Provider and Business Consultant. For more information, contact Richard Uzelac at 805.413.7893.

A Key to Happiness and Success: Stop Whining and Feeling Sorry for Yourself!

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What do you do then if you find yourself partaking in the vice of self pity? Try these:

Recognize it and count your blessings instead. We all have blessings, concentrate of them instead.
Take responsibility: Say, “I am responsible!” Even if you think you are not to ‘blame’ take responsibility and you will feel empowered.
Stop ‘sharing’ your misery with those around you. STFU! (look that one up). If you don’t you’ll just be like the person in the song below:

The Tao: Curiously Familiar by Richard Uzelac

Richard Uzelac on Tao, Buddha, and Jesus Christ

Reading Dr. Wayne Dyer’s: Change Your Thoughts, Change Your Life: Living the Wisdom of the Tao. Actually my wife and I read it every morning with coffee, then we try to apply what we read during the day. It has become a tradition. we are on the 36th chapter and thus 36 days in a row […]

Richard Uzelac: Elephants, let’s save them.

We need to save the elephants to help evolve and enlightened humans. We need to save them for future generations of humans, and of elephants. We need to save them because we can. Elephants are the largest surviving land mammals on the planet. They are the largest species on earth since  the  Indricotherium. Alas, the […]