You turn on the TV and you are bombarded with images and stories of disaster and tragedy from around the world, you are getting 100 emails a day, your finances need attention and you still haven’t fixed the leak in your bathroom.
You should have a theme, a motto, a definite thing that you stand for. Does that sound a bit corny to you?
It’s the new year. If you’ve put off pursuit of your dreams, I have a message for you. And no, it doesn’t require that you write a resignation letter, tell off your boss or make a viral video informing company management that you quit.
Because motivation is such a powerful, driving force, it is one of the most important elements of the corporate world and can be the difference between failure and success.
For many individuals, accepting change in their personal and professional lives is oftentimes a difficult proposition.
“I don’t regret what I’ve been through. I’ve had ups and downs, super highs and some really low lows.
Everything we do, sports included, is 90% mental. In fact, saying that sports is 90% mental might be one of the most overused clichés.
In our modern society, it’s really rare seeing people living on principles. A life principle is basically something that drives you to be the best image of yourself every single day.
You know that moment between going to bed and falling asleep, right? Some watch movies, read a book, force their eyes to close, plan and worry about tomorrow, or think about the things they had to do today but didn’t manage to.
1. Fear Of Failure. This is one of the restricting factors at start. When you try to think about failure in the first place, there is a high probability that you could restrict yourself from starting even when failure has been discovered to be a subset of success.
2015 is here and if you are a business owner, one of your new year resolutions ought to be taking your business to greater heights.
We are all familiar with the concept of procrastination. Not being able to take actions, struggling to complete a straightforward task, stuck midway through finishing a report, etc are all different examples of this little devil.
“Vision without action is merely a dream. Action without vision just passes the time. Vision with action can change the world.” Joel A.
We love to celebrate the success of technology entrepreneurs such as Bill Gates and Steve Jobs. Their technologies and companies have shaped our era.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could win the lottery, or if that rich uncle in Nigeria you keep getting emails about, really was true and not just a scam, but you were really about to become fantastically rich?
Last year you vowed to lose 27 pounds. You lost 4. Then gained 12. The year before you said you’d quit drinking so much.
I honestly said I was through with doing any major posts, blogs or articles about making changes in the New Year.
The great industrialist Henry Ford once said “If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you’ve always got.” For all intents and purposes, he may or may not have been referring to the concept of change and the importance of it.
One of the main reasons we suffer so much is complexity. Our constant effort to make everything complex, although it’s quite simple, is what makes us want to give up, to just escape and leave everything behind.
I was keeping a list of the reasons I could use to justify handing my notice in. It included such gems as one of the office toilets getting regularly blocked (#13) and the lack of decaf coffee available in floor 2 drinks machine (#9).