Why Self-Empowerment Is Crucial To Your Personal Development
Self empowerment refers to the action one takes in order to move from on step to other step which is more or less better than the original state. This is done with the aim of improving oneself and moving to higher standards in life. One the factor to consider in self empowerment is, living in peace with others. This can be done by creating and living a happy life. For this to be accomplished, you must have the know and accept that, in order to attain the same goal with others, there are so many ways in which you can take and in the end come up with the same results. Therefore, we should not be distressed if others practise their own customs or may be they have different views from yours.Emotional Hunger Calls for Emotional Nourishment
Are emotional hungers – ones you may not even be aware of – driving you to make choices based on emotional need instead of what’s actually best for you? If so, what kind of consequences might you expect, and what constructive steps can you take?Believe It Or Not, It’s All About Our Beliefs
“To see is to believe.” That’s what most people believe in. That’s why most people are broke. Everything starts with what we believe in. Our whole life’s events revolve around our beliefs. What we do or not do on a daily basis stems from this. In fact, our beliefs are the most influential mind category in our lives.4 Action Steps To Connect To Your Heart and Why You Need To Do This To Transform Your Life
You can transform your life beginning from the inside out. When we want to change and transform our lives often times we go at it from the surface. What does that mean? We do all the action steps but neglect one factor – our heart.Being Patient – The Benefits and Drawbacks
Being patient is about good manners. It demonstrates respect and regard for others. But it can also be misconstrued as indecisive or weak. Let’s look at the benefits and drawbacks of being patient.Do Men Need HELP Too? A Realistic View Into the Lives of Men Today
Popular viewpoint – “So he’s a man, he knows everything” or “He’s a man, let him figure it out” or “He is a man, he doesn’t need any help” and “Men can do everything.” Isn’t this the most popular view of society today? From a woman’s viewpoint, they usually say “He’s a man, I’m not helping him… He should be helping me.” Did I get this right? Now let us consider the “flip-side” of this question. Below is a quote from a famous historian. The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy. Courage faces fear and thereby masters it; cowardice represses fear and is thereby mastered by it. We must constantly build dikes of courage to hold back the flood of fear. —Martin Luther King, Jr. So you see, it is somewhat true that men are to be perceived as ‘strong’, ‘courageous’ and ‘fearless’; but is that a true statement or to be given more thought? My article will shed light on this concept to determine if it is a true statement or a myth. Let’s look at the reality.The ACE’s Study and Hopeful Outcomes for Troubled Adults
The Center for Disease Control, in conjunction with Kaiser Permanente Hospital conducted a decade-long study regarding the impact of adverse childhood experiences on the physical and emotional well-being of adults. Adverse childhood experiences were defined as incidences occurring in childhood that were the result of parental neglect, abuse, or domestic conflict. The study concluded that more than 60% of Americans have been affected by troubled childhood experiences.Are You Open to Learning?
Do you know of an athlete who “knows it all?” For each suggestion there is a response. Primarily to position them, in their eyes, as “been there, done that.” Those are the uncoachable athletes. The need to look good is interfering with their potential to be excellent.Three Common Diet and Nutrition Myths – Debunked
To truly achieve a healthy body, working out is only one-half the equation. What we put into our bodies is just as important as the sweat we pour out at the gym!Master Assessments
I admit it: I got so mad at my sister when working a jigsaw puzzle the other night that I said, “I don’t want to play this game anymore… I’m going to bed!” It was silly, childish, and, of course I was “right” as she was hogging the picture on the box and not sharing the puzzle pieces I had spent so much time sorting by color. Sheeesh!Change Your Expectations, Change Your Results!
This article is about the Law of Expectations. This law of success teaches us that whatever you expect with confidence tends to materialize in your life. If you are confident that good and positive things will happen, they usually will. You will make better, more positive decisions and you will attract positive solutions into your life when you set positive expectations. If you expect negative results or outcomes, then you will usually get what you expect. Expecting negative results from yourself and others will attract negative people, situations and results into your life.Dealing With Very Strong Emotions
Along our spiritual journey, we often imagine that very spiritually advanced people don’t have to deal with strong emotional responses like hate, anxiety, anger, and so forth. However, no matter what your level of spiritual development, you will always have to deal with these strong feelings. We discuss here some ideas to help you deal with them when they come up in your life.