People who are successful in creating a life that’s full of happiness have one simple quality in common: They’re courageous. They’re willing to push through the fear, push through the self-doubt, and go after the things they really want.
The things we want are not just meaningless aspects of ourselves. Most of them shed light on our true interests, skills, passions, and purpose. These aspects (our desires, dreams, and wishes) should not be
Do you ever feel a bit stuck when it comes to trusting your gut? If so, I totally get it. I know how commonly people say to one another, “Just listen your intuition,” as if it’s always easy as pie. At least I know in the self-help world, that term is thrown around like baguettes in Paris.
But often, and I mean very often, people don’t know how to get in touch with — let alone listen to — this golden gem inside themselves.
Rather than beat around the bush, let’s
For a survey, German students were divided into two groups. One group answered these two questions:
We've all had those mornings when we woke up on the “wrong side of the bed,” and what follows is a day where everything seems to go wrong. But if you wake up and start your day off with positive feelings, thoughts and energy, everything else falls in its place, and you can enjoy a productive, creative, fulfilling day ahead.
I've recently started incorporating a few habits into my...
“One Hundred Gratitudes” is a journal exercise that invites you to reflect on your life, from past to present, and to record 100 entries of pure appreciation and thanksgiving. The goal is to compile a list of 100 experiences, relationships, places, people, books, songs, pieces of art, events, adventures, and other moments that you are truly grateful for. These “One Hundred Gratitudes” add up to one great big “Thank You” for the miracle of existence. It is like a thank-you letter to God.
There are a number of ways to do “One Hundred Gratitudes.” Some people compile their...
There’s feats of strength that happen every day, and it often feels like every time you check your Facebook there’s a new video about it. It’s easy to become numb to it all. But last night, well, last night 5 foot tall, 100 pound Kacy Catanzaro topped ‘em all. The former college gymnast champ was competing in the Dallas finals of Esquire TV’s American Ninja Warrior, a grueling series of tasks strung together that makes all those other obstacle course shows look like playing in a Nerf castle. She became the first woman to complete the course. The commitment to train and prepare and then complete this course is something you won't believe. The will to win is everything. What will YOU Achieve Today?
Executive Coach Adam Mortimer gives a quick tip on living in the NOW!
An enormous number of people devote their lives to keeping their minds busy and feel extremely uncomfortable with silence. What personal development are you missing out on by allowing so much noise into your mind?
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