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Storytelling and oral tradition are forms of word of mouth that play important roles in folklore and mythology.An economic value is the worth of a good or service as determined by the market.

Word of mouth, or viva voce, is the passing of information from person to person by oral communication.When your ego clings to certain labels, those labels can seem like indisputable facts. How can you become the storyteller of your own life? Music composed by Collective Intelligence Music i Tunes | RSS . Brandon: Today we are discussing basically what to do when you are hanging on to your past stories. Brandon: Exactly, so you have to come to terms with that. ↑ Back to Show Notes Brandon: The ego is so good at telling these stories that a lot of times are disempowering to you, but you believe in them. You have to get to the point where you can see through them and say, “Okay, these stories are not true about me,” or “I get to choose what's true about me.” When you have these things in the past that have happened, you really have to look at them and say, “This is just an ego story. That will tell my subconscious that this is a positive experience that says something about me.” Then it will reconstruct those stories to match those new experiences that you are focusing on. Dissociate from the old stories by taking a big picture view of the past—the past that maybe you didn't like so much, but seeing what it could have taught you. Go back to those experiences that did help you and make you feel the way you want to feel. I think the final thing is not to put too much attention on this, not to try to change the story. Brandon: The less focus you put on that story, the better. There are a lot of things that I have a lot of feedback about. But once I decided that the more I delved deeply into those past experiences, the more I immersed myself in them, the more I knew I wouldn't fail. You really want to be careful of where you put your emotions. This is episode 13, “How to Stop Identifying with Your Past Stories.” I am Brandon Olivares. You're letting them label you and say things about you and mean things about you. I don't think I could have had the success I've had in Co-Creation Coaching if I hadn't had that self-worth and worked through that. That is how you set about constructing your stories. The other thing I do is focus purely energetically and just ignore the bad stories or stories that don't serve my purposes. Just like with anything we talk about, you really have to take a very light touch with these stories. ↑ Back to Show Notes Christine: One thing I want to say, too—because this is something that I experienced as I went through my journey—is don't be afraid of the future. If you are afraid of letting the past experiences dictate your future, it will happen. Christine: You have to take what you can from the past in a positive way, your positive past experiences. Christine: That's one thing that Brandon taught me in NLP. When you are made up of your positive experiences, you build on them. I talked in one post (I don't remember which one) about your emotional currency. If you're putting it in experiences you don't like, then you're going to get more of those. The more you make it a huge deal, the more that you're going to sabotage yourself. Reference Error:(18.72fcd4d9.1503780268.48f946b) If you feel you have received this message incorrectly, please send us an email or...Scam Guard is a FREE consumer driven website where anyone can publicly share their experiences regarding the suspicious or deceitful activities of organizations and individuals.What do you do when that happens and you have trouble letting that go so that you can move into the future to achieve the goals that you want? First of all, the show notes for this episode can be found at If you would like to ask a question for this podcast, we'd be happy to answer. I had many other projects in the past where it just got in the way, and I wasn't able to do it. Just like with a lot of the stuff we talk about, you have to take a really light touch with these stories. If you're afraid of it, then it's definitely going to happen. Christine: You have to not be afraid of it because there's never, ever a such thing as failure. If you're putting it in experiences you do like, you're going to get more of those. Dissociate from those old stories, and create new ones. You really don't want to do that because it's just not going to help, obviously.

You can go to and we will be happy to answer anything that you ask that we can generalize to a podcast. If you try to forcefully change them and make them into something else and really push against the old stories, it's not going to work. You want to be careful where you're putting that emotional currency and how you're reacting to things. ” No, you just have to recognize that they're there.

Very specific things probably wouldn't work very well. We were going to have someone come on and volunteer to work through a goal with us. Just like what we talk about with negative manifestations, it's just not going to work. First of all, obviously, step out of the old story. Again, you want to take a very light touch with this stuff and not make it such a big deal and not push against the old stories.

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In doing so, they also reveal their name, their address and their date of birth, whereas they really only want to reveal one specific piece of information – whether or not they are aged over 18. You can have identities that will only prove that to people who are entitled to ask,” says Birch.

A virtual identity will become increasingly important as more transactions move into the virtual world.

Being exciting and alluring doesn’t mean you have to forgo your personal privacy. However, Tinder is by no means the epitome of online dating. “Traditional” online dating sites are still going strong, this subgroup of websites having lost most of its stigma throughout the noughties.