Note: This is a guest post from Lior Levine of Producteev No matter how much you love your job, there are times when your work motivation is just going to bottom out. There can be any number of reasons for this but the important thing is that it does happen to everyone at some stage. If you follow the simple tips I’m sharing here, you can regain your motivation and achieve a new sense of drive that you’ve been sorely missing: 1. Be Honest With Yourself Admit that you’re lacking motivation and that you need to do something about it. Honesty is always, always the best policy.
Note: This is a guest post from Nabil Gulamani of Success At Reach We are all faced with challenges constantly in every area of our lives. Most people have a hard time accepting and dealing with these challenges that arise. The truth is that you will have to deal with difficult problems throughout your life, whether it is in your personal life or career. Most of us get really afraid and run away from problems because we don’t want to accept reality the way it is. Running away from your problems is the worst thing you can do to deal with the challenges you are faced with. I have some tips for you below on learning how to deal with everyday challenges. Start now and develop the self-discipline to practice the below points.
Note: This is a guest post from Mike Reeves-McMillan of How to Be Amazing We try to make ourselves happy by ignoring things. It doesn’t work, of course. What you ignore becomes invisible, and when you aren’t expecting it, it sneaks up on you out of your blind spot – POW! Financial crisis. BLAM! Climate change. THOK! Failed states. If you want to be happy, you’re much better off learning to pay attention to things. Specifically, learning to pay attention to the many good things that happen to you and the people around you. (I don’t recommend doing this mainly by reading the newspaper. There are reasons to do that, but becoming happy isn’t one of them.)
Note: This is a guest post from Trina Cleary of Growing Raw It may seem counter-intuitive to think that if you want to lose weight then you should snack more. Sure, if your snack choices are Twinkies and a pint of Caramel Haagen-Daaz ice cream, you will probably pack on the pounds in no time. But by adding healthy snack options to your diet regimen, you can actually lose more weight if you do snack than if you don’t. Reason #1: Healthy Snacking Curbs the Possibility of Binging If you are focused on telling yourself that you can’t or shouldn’t eat, it seems to backfire and you may find that you begin to obsess over food. This makes dieting way more difficult and complicated than it has to be, and increases your chances of breaking down and binging to try to fill a void that you think you have created.