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About Jayne Kennedy


  • http://www.95percent.com.my/blog/our-writers

  • A freelance writer/designer, friend of furry-friends and Cranium addict. I believe that nothing feels better than conquering your own fears, loving who you are and knowing who you want to be. I believe you are only as great as you believe you can be. I’d like to share my experiences in life so that you, too, can discover new things about yourself you never knew existed.

Entries posted by Jayne Kennedy:

Live Your Vision In Little Ways

Live Your Vision In Little Ways

We don’t always have to live our vision or purpose with a big bang. Sometimes, the smallest actions can generate impact of epic proportions. Lately, Malaysia’s been getting some scary coverage in the news and it hasn’t been easy to walk around with ease, or to even feel comfortable in my own skin. But there…

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Reach New Heights By Digging Deeper

Reach New Heights By Digging Deeper

Have you ever been told that in order to reach new heights, you need to set your sights further and climb higher? What if I told you we’re doing it all wrong? We don’t need to reach higher. Instead, we need to dig deeper. And here’s why: If a massive skyscraper had a shallow foundation…

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Treat Your Mind Like a Muscle

Treat Your Mind Like a Muscle

Learning of “bounce-back muscles” I recently flipped through a book by Lisa Nichols called ‘No Matter What!’ about building, flexing and testing what Lisa called your “bounce-back muscles”. At first I laughed at the names she had come up with, such as the “Faith-In-Myself Muscle” and the “I-Know-Like-I-Know Muscle”, thinking that it was another self-help…

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Inspiration of the day: Finding Strength in the Face of Weakness

Inspiration of the day: Finding Strength in the Face of Weakness

I recently watched a video of Ananda Shankar Jayant, a classical Indian dancer, who was diagnosed with cancer in 2008. During the video she looks composed, speaks eloquently and seems at peace, hardly looking like a woman who had been suffering from breast cancer for over a year. It is only the short, quick breaths…

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Visualise Your Vision

Visualise Your Vision

When I was a kid I used to cut out newspaper clippings, stories of oppression, of loss, of sadness, of heroes who live and who have fallen, of civil rights (or the lack thereof) and paste them onto a large sheet of mahjong paper. I never showed these clippings to anyone, because I knew no…

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The Key To Reaching Your Dreams: Consistency

The Key To Reaching Your Dreams: Consistency

I love big dreams. I love big visions. I love proclaiming all sorts of awesomeness into this world. But I used to find that many times (more often than not), these “big things” didn’t manifest into my life. For a while, I wondered what the deal was. I had enthusiasm, I had all the right…

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A Guide On How To Love Yourself in 17 Ways

A Guide On How To Love Yourself in 17 Ways

If you locked yourself in a room, blocked out all compliments, encouragement and support from the outside world and stripped down to your bare skin, could you bear to sit in the darkness with nothing but your thoughts? How long could you stay there, with no one but yourself? Try it! Find an empty room,…

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What Would You Do If You Met You?

What Would You Do If You Met You?

A couple of days ago I found an old journal hidden underneath my bookshelf. It was a dusty, beat up diary written by a much younger me. As I flipped through its pages, I couldn’t help but laugh at what I had obviously thought were huge, life-changing problems. It made me wish that I could…

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