Make a list of memories or events from your past that you are willing to finally let go this month. You may also like to
I made yesterday finally the interview with an important publisher for my thesis and thought about the things I did to get this interview. It was not easy but finally I got it and want to share some ideas with you:
I wore the role of middle manager uncomfortably. I missed my baby while I was at work, plus I'd never wanted to climb any
There you have it -- stuff you know, but you don't do. I can't guarantee a good life if you follow all principles. But when you follow these principles, you have more respect for the subtlety of life.
Do not be an "aspiring writer". Be a writer who aspires for greatness. Or simply be a writer who aspires to let the art of writing affect them, personally and privately, as a human being. Aspire to change the world or aspire to simply change how you interact with the world.
Here are 11 overlooked elements to goal-setting that you will want to remember the next time you evaluate your goals.
Regardless, these excuses originate inside your head as obstacles to keep you from moving forward in life. It's important to rewire your mindset so you don't naturally create roadblocks when setting your goals. Following are the most common excuses people come up with for not reaching their goals.
Over the years, I have come to the conclusion that I am more content with my life when I am not comparing myself to others, but just focusing on the things that matter to me.
But there is danger in sitting for too long. 'Quiet reflection' can become a comfortable place where we can get lost for years if we're not careful. When you don't know what to do, do something. Even if it scares you. Even if it feels risky. It just may lead to something great.
A habit that grew from what most thought was odious overconfidence on my part, soon became a trait I found difficult to separate