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Ida Protuger

certified systemic life & business coach, psychologist, a former journalist

A path to yourself – Authenticity

A path to yourself – Authenticity

Many of us shape our behavior according to belonging needs and conform to other people’s needs in some context. The main difference makes self-awareness about the choices we make. The difference between “what I want to do” and “what I have to do.” The choice “I want to do” is when the person holds the steering wheel, and he is the author of his life with all choices they make. “I have to do” is the sentence when we feel that outside forces are driving our behavior.

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A path to yourself – Authenticity

Quiet quitting and future growth

Most societies see natural resources as consumer goods and value people by labor costs. Unfortunately, this does not lead to sustainable growth. 
When we start seeing natural resources as critical sources for our future growth and valuing people’s creative potential for building a better future instead of solely surviving, we can say that we have a future. And when we only focus on using and spending the natural and human resources without building their potential for the future, we might end up without a future.

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A path to yourself – Authenticity

(Не)функционалноста на институциите и ефектотот врз менталното здравје и развојот

Поплавата кај Стајковци, несреќата кај Ласкарци, модуларната болница во Тетово, сообраќајните несреќи со трагични последици и небезедноста на пешаците, се само дел од примерите каде граѓанинот е оставен без поддршка од инстуциите кои треба да обезбедат елементарна сигурност и безбедност.

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A path to yourself – Authenticity

The difference between happiness and happy life

I’m a passionate believer in positive human potential as a base for personal growth and meaningful life. But sometimes, this potential could not unfold. Firstly because often people can not be aware of all the resources they possess. Secondly, they often face outer and inner obstacles that prevent them using the resources they possess.

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