Why Your Life Is All Up To You
Here are great questions to ask about yourself. A great read to all who desires to have a better life.Discover The ONE Thing You Were Born To Do
To make a real difference in our world, tap the inherent blueprint that exists within and pursue your calling with reckless abandon. Doing so will empower you to not only have an inordinate impact on those who share this lifetime with you, but also on those of lifetimes to come. To do so, you must discover your WHAT – that is, the ONE thing you were born to do.Factors to Consider When Making a Personal Development Plan
A personal development plan is one of the best tools you can use for general self-improvement. Read on to learn a practical method you can use to organize your priorities.Dynamic Productivity – Getting the Best Personal and Professional YOU
Go ahead and imagine yourself as richer, thinner and happier than ever before. Imagine yourself with more time to enjoy your friends, family and favorite hobbies. All this and more can be yours… once you discover these motivation and productivity secrets!The Psychology Behind Why People Lie
Ever wonder why people lie? According to experts, just about everyone lies. This article explores the science, the beliefs, and the ancient wisdom behind lying. Does the truth hurt or does the truth set us free? It turns out we are right either way, but freedom is a much greater reward than avoiding pain; and if we’re honest, lying hurts just as much or more than telling the truth.Finding Peace With Your Past
Sometimes we spend a chunk of our lives looking back on what was. We are stuck remembering and holding onto something that is no more. We reflect on old issues, remembering things that have happened and moments that have passed. Why do we do this; why is it so important to us that it, in a way, consumes us?Finding Peace With Your Past
Sometimes we spend a chunk of our lives looking back on what was. We are stuck remembering and holding onto something that is no more. We reflect on old issues, remembering things that have happened and moments that have passed. Why do we do this; why is it so important to us that it, in a way, consumes us?3 Effective Methods How To Enhance Your Reputation
The article points out the importance of reputation and some of the methods how to improve and maintain it. The article also promotes quotes and sayings as a useful tool to further increase knowledge in this area.Drugging You Into Submission
Amphetamines are socially accepted popular drugs that are easily found in all parts of society. This is about a close relative to methammphetamine, that has ruined many lives. Amphetamine,speed, is with us, it is encouraged, the government wants its use mandated and the medical prescribes it frequently (about 30,000,000 times last year. This drug is prescribed to all ages, people of all social backgrounds and economic capabilities.Life Coaching – Dealing With the Symptoms of Depression
It has been my experience with Life Coaching that there are times when some of us do struggle with depression. Our feelings are important but sometimes we deny them because we are afraid what people will think of us. Have you ever done this?Why Change at All?
So, what’s this “personal development” all about? Why should we care about how we develop? Can’t we just leave things how they are? Sure we can! And a lot of people do! Well… in theory. Truth is that no matter how much we love the present, we’re always going to change. Remember the quote “the only constant is change”? Even if you do nothing in order to change yourself, your surroundings will become different and you will become different with them. You will make new experiences, acquire new skills, get new memories. You will meet new people, watch new TV shows and visit different places. You will grow old! That’s a big change. When you look around yourself, you will observe that everything’s changing all the time. Nothing is exactly like it was before. Every new moment is unique and brings you and the world to a different place. Change is inevitable. So the real question is not “Will you change or not?”, it is “How will you change?”Know How to Change Your Career: Your Most Important Job Skill
Over the last three years, you have survived one of greatest economic upheavals since the Great Depression. As our economy recovers you are discovering an employment landscape that has changed. You are looking at an unfamiliar world; one that will never look the same again. Whether the future ahead of you is “the best of times or the worst of times” could depend upon how well you develop your skill in changing careers.