Archive for the ‘Attitude’ Category

5 Things Holding You Back

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Note: This post is written by Dave Getman If you feel like you’re running in place, consider taking a moment to pause and reflect on your life. Did you expect to have achieved more by this age? What’s holding you back? Consider the following five factors. 1. Too Many Projects To say that you “have to  [ Read More ]

Categories: Attitude, Working

Note: This post is written by Rick Riddle Finding the time to do the things we really want to do is easy; finding the time to do the things we don’t like – not so much. People who love yard work have great-looking yards, although their home interiors may be a mess. They may have the  [ Read More ]

5 Ways to Challenge Your Inner Critic

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Note: This post is written by Armela Escalona When was the last time you heard your inner critic? Your inner critic is your inner voice that has the power to motivate you or to unleash destruction upon your very soul. It is present during your demeaning self-talks, always criticizing, judging and condemning you for your actions.  [ Read More ]

Categories: Attitude, Thinking

Do You Believe in What You Do?

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One person with a belief is equal to a force of 99 who have only interests. – John Stuart Mill If you want to live an effective life, there is one condition you should meet: You must believe in what you do. Believing in what you do might seem trivial, but the fact is it  [ Read More ]

Categories: Attitude, Purpose

Note: This post is written by Kerry Creaswood Confidence is what separates the good from the bad. However, in life it is easy to lose your confidence in the littlest of ways. Even one bad thing can make you less confident throughout the day. Fortunately, there are ways you can boost your confidence. Here are six confidence-building  [ Read More ]

Categories: Attitude

Note: This post is written by Daniela McVicker Each decade and the generation that comes of age in that decade creates its own definition of success. In many ways, the seventies was a transitional decade. It began when the anti-war sentiment was powerful in the country and when people were rejecting materialism in favor of social  [ Read More ]

Categories: Attitude, Relationship