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This often happens when people try to lose weight . Once the fitness plan starts to kick in, they get scared. Scared of being thin and healthy! Why? For one, it is not familiar.

Succeeding requires learning to tolerate the success and slowly adapt to it.

5. You’re not special – you’re pretty ordinary.

Everyone is indeed extraordinary. So much so that extraordinary people are common. Extraordinary people are quite ordinary. As soon as you think you’re something pretty special, look around. Everyone is pretty special in their own way.

There is a certain freedom in copping to our ordinary-ness. It takes some pressure off. On the other hand, if we insist that we are special, it can lead to anxiety. We now have something to prove.

6. It’s probably your fault.

When someone accuses you of something, there is usually a point to it. Most of us like to focus on how unreasonable the other is being. We like to point to the exaggerations or lies, skillfully letting the truth in the accusation get lost.

Anything to keep up appearances.

What if you stopped hiding from accusations and started embracing them for what you can learn? I know, that’s a tall order. But we are discussing enlightenment here.

7. No one is coming to the rescue.

A lot of us spend our lives waiting for the “big break” or for when things “get better.” Better to assume that no one or nothing is going to magically happen that will rescue you from your trials.

If you’re an adult, stop waiting for things to get better and start making them better. Nobody cares as much as you do about what you want or what you are going through.

8. You’re a limited being.

I’m not sure what good it does to pretend you don’t have any limitations. It doesn’t change the fact that you do. Why not work within your honest limitations and explore them? This way, you may slowly but surely expand to your full potential.

The man with insight enough to admit his limitations comes nearest to perfection. -Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

9. You get a psychological boost when other people fail.

It’s a known fact, your brain secretes an additional measure of serotonin when you witness someone else fail. Some of feign compassion while secretly delighting in the failures of others.

Aw, that’s too bad. You failed…I’m so sorry for you. (Not. I am so glad it was you and not me).

To pretend that you don’t secretly wish to be better than others is to pretend that you are not a natural, competitive human being.

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10. You’re morally flawed.

The number one problem in life: defending our moral integrity while blaming others for their lack of integrity . Who wants to see their own wrongdoings? No one that I know, even the most enlightened people I’ve ever met. I also don’t like to be put on the spot, confronted with my moral misgivings.

The event is free and open to the public. Hope to see you there!

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Wine on the Osage
Saturday, September 3, 2016 - 3:00pm to 7:30pm

Stroll through Chamber Members unique stores and sample fine local wines from Missouri wineries

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Sippin’, Smokin’ Singin’ Saturday Night
Saturday, September 3, 2016 - 6:00pm to 9:00pm
Jowler Creek Winery

Gather your friends and come watch the sunset from our wine garden as we stay open late this Saturday night with live music (if it’s rainy, we’ll have the band inside our barrel room)! Listen to 3 Bricks Shy play rock-n-roll while enjoying cigars made locally by Weston Tobacco around our beautiful fire pit. We’ll be selling wine and beer by the glass and bottle, and we’ll also have picnic pails pre-packed with foods available for purchase to enjoy alongside your favorite wine. Cost to attend is FREE. No reservations are required to join the fun...just come on out! No outside food or beverages (alcoholic or non-alcoholic) allowed.

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Sunday, September 4, 2016 - 1:00pm to 4:00pm
Chaumette Vineyard Winery

I grew up in the tiny town of Pilot Mountain, in the foothills of North Carolina. Music was always a staple in my house. I can't remember a time someone wasn't singing, banging away on an instrument, or turning the radio up too loud and getting yelled at by Mom. We danced in the living room to Otis Redding, cooked in the kitchen to the Eagles, and drove to church listening to Alison Krauss and Union Station.

When I was 13, I asked my Dad if he could teach me how to play 'Blackbird' on the guitar and it took me a while to learn it, but afterwards I had sufficiently caught the bug. Once I knew a few chords, I started writing my own songs. I mean don't get me wrong, they were really bad songs then, but for the record, that is when it started. I started playing at school, church, town festivals, and anywhere else someone would let me.

The short version of the next 8 years looks like this: I recorded an EP, I played a lot of shows, I went to college (Go Tar Heels!), I graduated, I released another EP, released a single, went on a radio tour, moved to Nashville, played a lot more shows, signed my first publishing deal and.......... here we are. Whew.

Now I get up every morning and write songs for a living, and on the weekends I travel to different little map dots playing those songs for you guys. Thank you for listening and allowing me to do what I love. It is a gift I don't take for granted. If you haven't yet, sign up for the email list to stay up to date on new music, and check out the Events section to see when I might be playing near you.

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