The holidays are coming. This is the time of year when we’re reminded to be kind and good and most of all, grateful.
“People are strange: They are constantly angered by trivial things, but on a major matter like totally wasting their lives, they hardly seem to notice.” - Charles Bukowski Yes, people are strange.
In today’s world, there’s so much constantly going on. We’re constantly multitasking away, getting a million different things done in a minimal amount of time.
I changed my nutrition lifestyle to one that contains significant amounts of both meat and vegetables a few months ago.
How many struggles have you encountered this week? How many times have you bounced back quickly from each one?
As if acquiring life insurance wasn’t hectic enough, did you know that you might be required to get a physical exam?
We’ve all had that moment when we just don’t know what to say. That lull in conversation coupled with an awkward silence can make anyone feel uncomfortable.
I would forgive you for reading a few personal development blog posts and coming away from the experience more troubled than relieved.
“What is love? Love is the absence of judgement. ~Dalai Lama.” Do you wake up with morning anxiety, feelings of stress and tension even before facing your day?
You’ve a great idea and a burning desire for a personal project. Therefore, you want to ensure that it gets done, you enjoy doing it and the outcome exceeds your expectations.
You went to work today dreading it. And what happened? Did a magical unicorn come and drop a bomb of happy on you?
If getting up at the crack of dawn, fighting for the hot water in the shower, then spending hours in traffic only to arrive at a job you despise wasn’t bad enough, many of us have to deal with yet another factor when it comes to getting through our workday with some level of sanity: other coworkers.
If it’s just about the money, forget it. Running your own business can be a wild and crazy ride. And if money is your sole motivation, it simply won’t be enough to sustain you when you’re hanging on for dear life.
“If you are in school today, the technologies you will use as an adult tomorrow have not been invented yet.
To build an online business you not only have to have the tools, patience, knowledge and resources; you also have to be prepared to deal the overwhelming emotions that come with it.
I know what you did this week. You spent hours combing through your Twitter, Linkedin, Facebook feeds while also listening to a few TED talks, searching for that one nugget that’s going to change everything for you.
We get caught up so much in what we should do, we often neglect the skills that all of us can develop – the ones that actually will improve our lives and get us ahead.
So, you’re trying to impress your girlfriend and it’s her birthday. Finding the perfect birthday gift for your girlfriend can be challenging, especially when you’re trying to impress her.
1 in 10 businesses will succeed. One. In. Ten. That’s a huge failure rate when it comes to starting a business.
There was an interesting statistic recently on inc.com. It suggested that almost two-thirds of people under the age of 30 wanted to start their own business.