There was a long-running daily American comic strip, created by Walt Kelly in the 1940’s called Pogo. In the Pogo comic strip, Pogo the possum often waxed philosophical and was considered the wisest animal in the swamp.
Perhaps more than any other words spoken by Pogo, it perfectly sums up his attitude toward the shortcomings of people and the nature of the human condition. Anything and everything from biting our fingernails and procrastination to overeating and falling prey to workaholism.
Have you heard the fallacy you can simply work on getting rid of a habit that isn’t serving you well and just like magic, it’s gone forever? The reality is if we don’t replace that habit with another more positive one, the old habit sticks around, and will most certainly pop up again. The most effective way to start making changes in ourselves is based on one of the most life-changing books I’ve ever read, The 15 Invaluable Laws of Growth by John C. I would encourage you to pick up a copy of the book and spend some time reading and studying these 15 laws. Once we decide we want to do something about our bad habits, here’s where The Law of Intentionality comes in. Since those bad habits or qualities in our lives are getting results we don’t want, the first action we must take is to make a decision to become very intentional about making the necessary changes.
Chances are you won’t be able to answer all of these questions immediately, but they are great to think about as often as possible.
You will find more and more clarity the more you focus on becoming intentional about your own growth while avoiding the growth traps designed to keep you stuck. It seems like getting to know ourselves, I mean really getting to know ourselves has gotten increasingly difficult. To reach your greatest potential, you have to know where you are before you can know where you want to be. Then, becoming more deeply aware of who we are and where we are now allows us to better know where we want to be. Practicing The Law of Awareness helps us grow in our potential and changes our lives for the better. But if in our minds we can’t see ourselves in this new way, doing things and behaving consistently in new and better ways, then we will always revert back to who our thoughts tell us we are.


Make it a habit to say three positive things to yourself every morning before you even get out of bed. When you have a negative thought about yourself, challenge it and practice replacing it with a more self-valuing one.
Her passion, purpose and greatest joy in life is to inspire people to find their own successes in life and live purposeful lives that will nurture successful children and grow stronger leaders. How to Beat your Digestive ProblemsEmma Lawson has some advice for the aches that won’t go away. Fat Shaming has no Place on the Baseball FieldSports culture’s toxic masculinity has real-life impact not only on the athletes that play, but the young fans who are watching from home.
How to Make an Ice Ball Full of Smoke for a Super Fancy CocktailThe mad genius at Cocktail Chemistry is back again with an awesome cocktail trick.
A Meditation on Traveling the Road Where You BelongEvery story has a hero, will you be the hero in yours? I Am The Bug MasterSean Swaby, House Ninja, declares a turf war on bugs and wins with Scott’s Ortho. Gayle King has gushed about her BFF Oprah Winfrey saying being the media titan’s wife would not be hard. The This Morning anchor proclaimed that if Oprah was a man she would definitely tie the knot with her and she claims that marriage to her pal would be the easiest thing. Gayle also addressed Oprah’s insistence that she knew her 1982 wedding to ex-husband Bill Bumpus would be a failure. If you’re taking a class that is easily applicable to real life, especially in the career you want to pursue after college, you want to take it from a professor who has actually worked in that field.
Older, tenured professors might have decades of experience teaching a particular subject, but they also might be more accustomed to publishing papers than communicating their ideas to students. The comic strip often centered on social and political satire through the characters of Pogo the possum and Albert the alligator.
Even when we set our goals in our life, we can achieve those goals, but it doesn’t guarantee growth.
Steve Colori reflects on what it took to let go of the anger and resentment that comes with schizoaffective disorder. This time he teaches you how to fill an ice ball with smoke, that you can then break over your cocktail.


Nearly all professors spend some of their time in academic research – in fact, 30 percent of all postsecondary teachers only teach part-time.
If your class is heavy on discussion, you want to get your chance to shine, not constantly be listening to the opinions of the same three people.
They should be passionate about their subject, and it should be a central part of their lives, even if it’s not a central part of yours. Whether they graduated from a prestigious Ivy League school or got their online masters of education, they just have that spark for teaching that can’t be manufactured.
What you look for in a college professor can depend on what kind of student you are and how you learn best. The intelligence of a professor is useless if they can’t lecture clearly, in a way where you can understand the main idea and be able to absorb the material.
They should be willing to discuss your grades with you and elaborate on what is needed from you in class. A good professor should be open to different viewpoints and encourage you to see things your own way.
You want a teacher who can inspire you to love a subject you never knew you could enjoy, instead of one who turns you off of a subject you once enjoyed. But the most important thing is that you learn from people who can make the time and money you invest in college worth it.
If you’re looking into taking a class from a particular teacher, these are the areas you should watch for.
This is especially true if you’re one of the nearly 7 million students who enrolls in online courses every year. If you’re not face-to-face with your professor, being able to communicate with them is even more important.



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