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How to become motivated to become the best version of yourself.

  • The Happy Conscious
    Published about 20 hours ago
    3 Ways to free your life of negative energy and get rid of anxiety

    3 Ways to free your life of negative energy and get rid of anxiety

    Here are some signs that there has been some negative energy which has been blocking the light from your life:
  • Leigh Fisher
    Published 3 days ago
    7 Simple Ways to Read More Books

    7 Simple Ways to Read More Books

    Many people will swear that reading books is the absolute key to self-improvement. While I think those arguments have solid merit, I think it’s also nice just to read fiction for entertainment.
  • FRANCO CIANFLONE
    Published 3 days ago
    How not to become a hater and ultimately self implode

    How not to become a hater and ultimately self implode

    How not to become a hater and ultimately self implode
  • Matthew Woodall
    Published 6 days ago
    5 Steps to Transfer Your Expertise

    5 Steps to Transfer Your Expertise

    I quit my job in February...had I known what was about to unfold, I likely would have made a different choice. But, I made my decision and haven't looked back since.
  • Krystyna Milano
    Published 11 days ago
    Divine Secrets To PureLove

    Divine Secrets To PureLove

    Vibration: Truth, optimism, and faith raise the vibration you feel in your body.
  • Joshua Idegbere
    Published 13 days ago
    If You Want To Get More Done, Do These 4 Things First Every Morning

    If You Want To Get More Done, Do These 4 Things First Every Morning

    The early hours of the morning are about the most crucial hours for the day.
  • Marsha Wilson Rappaport
    Published 13 days ago
    Win-Win-Win- How to Kill Writer's Block During A Pandemic.
  • Zara Miller
    Published 14 days ago
    Public Speaking Can Help You Become Fluent ...

    Public Speaking Can Help You Become Fluent ...

    Ever wonder why learning a language takes up so much time and energy? The more you try, the harder it seems to get, as if every time you open the textbook, the language itself is expanding before your very eyes, giving you a nudge to close the book and return to sunbathing in the backyard.
  • Dream Speaker
    Published 16 days ago
    Dream Books Are B.S.

    Dream Books Are B.S.

    Ah dreams, those pesky little head movies as Simple Jack once put it. Yes, they sure can be confusing and seemingly irrelevant. But what if I told you they held the key to the world and were the cornerstone of your success? That sounds cool, but I doubt it. Actually, the one thing I do believe is this; I believe dreams can be very important, especially when it comes to repressed or difficult situations you are going through. Whether that be anxiety, relationships, or even indecisiveness. Your brain has observed, processed, and is now trying to give you the answer to a problem, but you know that your awake brain and your dream brain do not speak the same language, and there is a lot of truth to that.
  • Leigh Fisher
    Published 20 days ago
    I Taught Myself to Write Left-Handed

    I Taught Myself to Write Left-Handed

    I’m a righty all the way, I’m not ambidextrous. But when I was a teenager, I taught myself to write left-handed so I could write more.
  • Nalda Parker
    Published 20 days ago
    Beginnings

    Beginnings

    With some tasks, there is a set strategy for success. When you create a stained glass panel, there exist a series of steps that each artist learns and follows. Certainly, there are minor variations; some artists cut their pieces with the aid of a lightbox, while others use patterns cut from butcher paper. However, once the design is decided upon and until the piece is hung, there exists a clear formula to be followed.
  • Paisley Hansen
    Published 23 days ago
    3 Ways to Kick Laziness to the Curb

    3 Ways to Kick Laziness to the Curb

    When it comes to day-to-day life, chances are that you rely on some sort of routine to get you through. However, that doesn't always mean you're giving your all to everything you're doing. Maybe you're not giving anything because you're simply not doing anything. Laziness is a very slippery slope. It might start with taking the day off from your regular workout and before you know it, your one day off has turned in to two weeks. Maybe you weren't feeling the laundry over the weekend, and now the once-manageable pile has become much bigger. One common thing about laziness is that it doesn't discriminate. It can be sneaky, showing up into one part of your life yet affecting several others in its wake. Here are three ways to kick that laziness to the curb and regain control of your everyday life.