#Survivor Insights 230: Ghost Island – Lesson of The Story (Episode 9)

It’s a risk to trust someone whether it’s your family, friends or relatives. Trust is earned. Trust is as vulnerable as a drinking glass. It’s useless once it breaks. Somehow, if no one seems to trust you anymore, you have a bad reputation and it’s too late for a change.

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Libby Vincek, 24, Texas

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#Survivor Insights 229: Ghost Island – Lesson of The Story (Episode 8)

Fear keeps you sharp. Failure to acknowledge this debatable truth yields overconfidence. Overconfidence, to some extent, is the absence of fear. It puts you in the most vulnerable position until there’s no way to find escape.

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Chris Noble, 27, New York

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#Survivor Insights 228: Ghost Island – Lesson of The Story (Episode 7)

Effective communication produces an insightful dialogue that is filled with smart questions, ideas worth-converting into action and shared-experiences relevant to the situation. You talk “with” the person or group rather than you talk “to” the person or group. To bark orders isn’t communication at all. It’s coercion.

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Bradley Kleihege, 26, California

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#Survivor Insights 227: Ghost Island – Lesson of The Story (Episode 6)

When making a decision, your head analyzes the levels of risk. Your heart makes you feel happy or guilty. Your gut, however, whispers the truth. In such a case your decision fails, it’s best to re-assess the situation. Is it enough to blame yourself with everything? Or, have other people contributed to your failure?

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James Lim, 24, New York

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#Survivor Insights 226: Ghost Island – Lesson of The Story (Episode 5)

There are multiple angles in life. The one thing that gives meaning to these angles is the reason. Is it enough to give up the fight only because some people want to see you fail? Or, is it healthy to swim with these people knowing you can still get hurt in the end? There’s no right and wrong answer. Your ability to reason to these questions either breaks you or makes you resilient.

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Stephanie Johnson, 34, Illinois

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