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Celebrating Mandela: Celebrating Freedom to Learn

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Celebrating Mandela: Celebrating Freedom to Learn - Sat Dec 21, 2013, 07:18 PM
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I was excited to blog about my first year playing poker as a member of PSO. I thought about what I did not know a year ago, in what ways and why I feel somewhat more confident now. But then I lost my Muse as the world collectively mourns the death of Nelson Mandela. I feel profoundly sad but like so many, I celebrate his life accomplishments. . .

I need acceptance in order to attain my goals for 2014. Currently, I push myself in spite of times when I am unwell. I feel guilty when I miss a Live Training; don’t partake in Leagues, in all the special events offered by PSO and PokerStars; when I don’t go through each Poker Bite, by way of example; when I set my goal to play five to six 10NL Zoom sessions per week and won’t stop until I am plus per session; when I must at least maintain my Silver status, and the list continues. This is my ego undermining self-compassion and is antithetical to what Mandela taught throughout.

For full blog and silent video, see http://www.pokerschoolonline.com/blogs/DrEllenCait/xx

Last edited by DrEllenCait; Sat Dec 21, 2013 at 07:32 PM..
 

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