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This is the Prague Astronomical Clock dating back to the year 1410. I got the chance to see it in action during my backpacking trip through Europe. It brings back such great memories.
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This is the Prague Astronomical Clock dating back to the year 1410. I got the chance to see it in action during my backpacking trip through Europe. It brings back such great memories.

3 Reasons Conflict isn’t a Sign To Quit

1. There’s no growth without conflict…
I have come to learn that the jobs in which I grow the most are the hardest jobs. Growing is painful, if your not having conflict you are not being challenged. If growing as a creative is at all important to you, you must embrace conflict!

2. Conflict makes impossible possible…
If you want to be someone who is charting new territory or doing anything original you will meet conflict. Impossible often means ‘we don’t know if it’s possible because no one has ever done it’. When you start trying to do stuff that no one has done before people will fight you on it.


3. The only way to avoid conflict completely is to have no conviction…
If you believe in anything you will have conflict. If you don’t have strong convictions about your work it will suffer for being directionless, vague and passive. The stronger you believe in your work the more conflict you will encounter, so conflict could just be an indication that you are doing something right!

So maybe next time you are working with someone and you start feeling that little tug of anxiety, instead of avoiding the conflict or avoiding the person or job, push into it. Objectively think about what the anxiety is and think about what you can learn or how you can solve it. This is what makes you better!

Source: http://www.blog.designkoma.com/

All the best stories in the world are but one story in reality — the story of escape. It is the only thing which interests us all and at all times, how to escape.
Arthur Christopher Benson
This process of the good life is not, I am convinced, a life for the faint-hearted. It involves the stretching and growing of becoming more and more of one’s potentialities. It involves the courage to be. It means launching oneself fully into the stream of life.
Carl Rogers, 1961
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