Sometimes in life, we like to make excuses for what is placed in front of us. But as I have observed how many unfortunate people have been struggling through the aftermath of recent storms, I was amazed how they are learning to adapt to their current situation in amazing ways. Some refuse to give in and give up and others have declared that they will survive! They have been coaching themselvesto
As we progress deeper into the New Year, how many resolutions have you initiated and how many have you already tossed to the wayside? Truth of the matter is, we often make a laundry list of goals that we truly want but never achieve. Why? We tend to set ourselves up for defeat the moment we start dwelling on all the work that each goal is going to take to achieve it.
Oh! Don’t get me wrong---we are all born perfect in the eyes of our Creator, but it is us humans who believe that we are imperfect so guess what--We self-prophesize and become imperfect. It is as simple as that! I have written about this topic in my book: “Hello—Is Anybody Listening?”
With the holiday season upon us, we often find ourselves placing high expectations on the way we want our holiday to turn out. To avoid becoming sad or being let down, maybe, in advance, you should try to manage your expectations? It doesn’t just have to be the holiday’s either, if you are planning a trip, your wedding or anything that requires your input, it is only natural to bolster up your enthusiasm and raise your expectations, so you can reach your highest potential.
To become a skilled driver of your life, you must first identify your true nature and your passion.
To become a skilled driver of your life, you must first identify your true nature and your passion. By now you are probably aware that pursuing the appropriate path in life so that you can and will live with inner peace is not at particularly clear all the time; however, when you reach the end of your journey, you quickly discover how rewarding your efforts truly have been.
Are you someone who is having difficulty in achieving your goals?
Do you feel stuck? Is your temper out of control? Are you a person who lacks self-control or maybe even sufficient determination to stick to a plan?
You are your thoughts! Have you heard that statement before because it is a truth! Just think about it for a moment—if you feel good about who you are and your purpose in life, you walk tall, look good and project an attitude of confidence and self-respect.