How do we make our lives better? Well to answer this question, we all have to ask ourselves the big question in life.
You know those annoying people that stop you in the middle of the street to ask you for something?
The problem is that if you say you don't want to work, you will be labeled as lazy. That's how the society we live in today works.
Years ago I was asked to be the keynote speaker at a conference called Women of Achievement. I love this type of event and was honored that I was asked. But as the date drew closer, I really started to worry that they had chosen me because of some misperception.
You have now reached another November. As you reach the home stretch for this year, you should choose to finish 2019 way better than where you were at the start of this year. Here are some tips that should give you a head start so that you will have a successful week.
One of the most haunting phantoms one can have is a forgotten memory, is it not? Think of it—we go through life, and our brains are awake, taking in and processing information for about sixteen hours a day; well if you’re lucky enough actually to get a full night’s sleep. That is:
If you’re a creative, you’ve no doubt had that feeling before. All your ideas have dried up, you can’t think of how to further your existing pieces of work, or perhaps you’re constantly getting stuck with writers’ block. So what can you do to get yourself out of this bad run of form and get you firing on all cylinders in your creative work again? Well, there are a few things you can do.
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Habits take 21 days to stick. So it's not that much time that you have to enforce these to yourself. It takes a bit of self-discipline, but I have faith in you. If you want it, you have to put in the effort to make it happen. So here is a few small things you can do in your daily routine for 21 days to create habits for a better life.
Have you ever asked yourself, “What is the best possible thing I could do for myself?” Have you ever felt the feeling of putting yourself before all others, of making yourself the single most important thing in your life? Think about it, what can you possibly offer anyone else if you are not taking care of yourself first? Do you sacrifice yourself for others? Give things that you don’t have to give, or try to help people out of some false sense of obligation?
Do you sometimes feel overwhelmed when you think about making big changes in your life? Does that feeling of overwhelm often result in anxiety, confusion or even worse, total apathy? Do you do find that your dreams and heart’s desires seem only farther away because of the enormous weight of how hard it is to change your life?
How do you get to the high road?