What is Growth and How Can We Attain It?

Growth ɡrōTH/ noun: A process in which something undergoes natural development by increasing in size, changing physically, and/or progressing to maturity.   That definition, courtesy of Webster, doesn’t explain how growth occurs. I think one of the most important things I’ve learned over the last year is that we’re all the captains of our own ship. We need to steer and guide our boat, but there’s only so much we can do to make the boat go in a certain direction. Growth isn’t something that

Throw a Spring Event With Friends and Acquaintances

This might sound like a silly WallBreaker Weekly Challenge, but it’s not. Socialization is such an important part of what makes people people. Not only that, the more we socialize with people we know and like, the better we feel about ourselves. Part of feeling growth’s benefits is being willing to appreciate who is in your life. Pick a large enough location to allow friends and acquaintances to mingle and form new connections. We guarantee you’ll wake up the next day happy you did it.


P.S. The WallBreakers take no responsibility for your next-day hangover :D.

Hell yeah! Let’s do this.
April 15, 2015

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The WallBreakers
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It’s damn hard to be hopeful. This realization is one that has grown inside of me. The state of being hopeful

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Spencer Johnson’s Time Lapse of Painting This Month’s Serendipity Header
March 12, 2015

Spencer Johnson, he of Episode 9 of the Breaking Walls podcast (below), also created this month’s site header. He sent