You do get to choose the live you lead. Live with intention and purpose.
A few years ago I picked up The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin at the library. I really liked it. She tells the story of how on one rainy day on a train in New York City, Gretchen Rubin was jolted to discover her life as it was. She always believed she’d outgrow her limitations … Continue reading The Only “Personality Quiz” That Has Made Sense To Me
Get Back on Track with Motivation & Habits It happens to all of us: you are going strong with a project, with learning something new, with a new habit or two … and things go sideways. You get derailed. This is a critical junction. If you let yourself quit, all your time and effort up … Continue reading How to Get Back on Track with Motivation & Habits
It is time for you to develop an abundance mindset.
How do you stop making things so complicated? Most things are simpler than they appear. We don’t always see this because… The human brain is a stimulation hog. It likes being busy. The brain keeps busy by understanding, solving, deciding, debating, arguing, influencing, growing, opine-ing or whining. It’s always working. This means that even if something is … Continue reading How To Stop Making Things So Complicated
Want to develop a new habit? Keep starting over and over.
Full concentration on a single act. One thing at time. Being present in every moment.
Wayne W. Dyer is one of the ultimate self-help gurus. Dyer was heavily influenced by the teachings of Lao Tzu, Saint Francis of Assisi, and Abraham Maslow. Here are 20 of his philosophies.
Most people make themselves unhappy simply by finding it impossible to accept life just as it is presenting itself right now. Be mindful. Happiness doesn’t start with a better relationship, a better degree, a better job, or more money. It starts with your thinking and what you tell yourself today. You may not be able … Continue reading 20 Mantras That May Help You Change Your Perspective