Live Life to the Fullest!
We hear phrases like that often: “Live life to the fullest. Live your best life. Live well. Live on your own terms.” I myself, say those things often. And, I mean them, but what does it mean to live well, or to live to the fullest or live our best life? What does that equate to?Positive Expectancy, Part 2 – A Crucial Ingredient to Success
An absolutely crucial ingredient toward the accomplishment of any worthwhile endeavor is the mindset that you can and will achieve the results you want. The person who practices the attitude of positive expectancy has a greater likelihood of achieving desired results than the individual who even unintentionally acts with negative expectancy.
Living life to me means achieving your potential in every area of your life. It took a lot of living before I actually developed a strategy to live. (Something I was never taught in school).Illusion of Employment
Don’t let the illusion of full employment entrap you. You may feel important, you may feel a part of a team working towards a common goal, but basically, employment only taps a small portion of your potential limits. That’s why it’s called the ‘Rat Race’. You run blindly towards what your job requires you to do while enriching the owner of the company. The potential of your limit is not bounded by what your job is or what role you are in your work. You may be working on the lower rung of the corporate level, but by tapping inside your inner self, you do have the potential as big as the owner of the company. The potential of your limit is determined by your own mind and action. Imagine the impossible, act towards it, and success will be yours.Positive Expectancy, Part 1 – A Lesson From Thomas Jefferson
To achieve the success you envision, once a well-structured goal has been established, you must believe that you are capable of making it happen. Many of us question our ability to ultimately succeed at accomplishing a desired result – lacking a sense of positive expectancy. But, you can learn how to consistently expect positive outcomes – thus, greatly increasing the likelihood of success.Matters of Life – Take Time For Yourself
If you are like most women, you have made excuses and procrastinated to the point of non action. It is imperative that we take our needs as seriously as we do the needs of others. You say, “I don’t have enough time”, “my schedule is already too full”, “I have too many responsibilities”, “maybe later”, etc.Manifest Destiny Successfully- Simple Self Improvement Exercises That Work Every Time
This article will show you how simple self improvement exercises can help you live a balanced and successful life. It will help manifest your destiny by allowing you to make that conscious decision to improve your life now. One-step at a time, you will achieve a lot without knowingDid You Know That Self Confidence is the Gateway to Success?
Most successes and achievements in life come from your ability to feel certain that you can accomplish what you set out to achieve. Self confidence is the gateway to success; to the life that you wish to lead and to the dreams that you desire to live.Practical Success & Productivity
A man with no vision can not have direction; without direction he is destined to nowhere! See how your attitude is explicitly linked to your productivity and success…The Need of Wisdom in Life
Wise people live higher quality lives than people who are not wise. Wisdom can not be found anywhere by anyone. Wisdom structures must be built into the children’s minds. Parents are the perfect fit to help children grow up wiser in life. Parents and guardians can use aids to raise children with strong wisdom structures and habits.The Fire Inside – Your Self Motivating Secret
Do you struggle with self motivation? Did you realise that the success of your fat loss mission can be determined by what happens as soon as your alarm clocks go off? Read on, and discover your fire inside.How to Slash Time and Money – Retrain the Brain to Learn a New Language
How much time and money must one spend on learning a new language? This is a common question which requires a simple answer. I say if we stop and think what motivates us to learn a language, we may quickly move away from thinking we cannot and ready to say we can.