Hobbies & Your Retirement Lifestyle (Part 3)
Retirement years afford us a wide variety of opportunities to continue to learn and grow. By all means, follow an active lifestyle.How To Prepare For Success And Change Your Life Around
How to change your life around through personal transformation and self-growth systems exist for those wishing to prepare for success, and have emotional freedom while living a happy life. There are specific platforms of self-improvement readily available. Resources such as life coaches or mentors, and internet self-growth courses systems are plentiful for those seeking change. The Course in Miracles states, “No one can escape from illusions unless he looks at them, for not looking is the way they are protected.” How to change your life around is the idea of competence and to live a life of purpose and balance and well-being, and enhancing your life through overall awareness.If You Want To Change The World, Start With Yourself First
It was the American author and speaker John C. Maxwell who wrote: “Most people want to change the world to improve their lives, but the world they need to change first is the one inside themselves.” Everyone has an opinion on what is wrong with the world, yet few will do the work to improve their own lives. It is easy to draw attention to what is wrong because on one level it is frustrating to observe these conditions and stand back while they take place.Giving Advice: Help or Hindrance?
I received an email recently from a gentleman asking for my help, saying he wanted to be less judgmental and more sensitive to friends and family. He explained that he was in a close, loving relationship, and that his lack of awareness sometimes creates stress. In my reply email, I thought hard about non-judgment, advice, and the willingness to change. I hope these tips make your day a little easier, too…The Power Of Self Development
Learn the power of self development. You can accomplish anything you believe you can accomplish. Your income can never surpass you knowledge.7 Tips to Conquer Procrastination
Many of us have put off something that needs to be done. Procrastination is seen in many different ways, such as laziness, having a faulty sense of time, or simply wishing to avoid an unpleasant situation.Noticing – Deliberate Embodiment in the Present
It’s not generally easy for us human beings to adopt new habits. One thing that helps is to make them easy. Noticing is a habit made easy by my seventh grade teacher and Dick Olney.Winning Friends And Influencing People
If you’ve been following me, you know that I tend to write about sales, marketing, and business development topics. So, I thought that it would be nice to start your day with something positive instead. I recall one of favorite copywriting mentors, Gary Halbert had a great (and very healthy) way to start your day.Be Better Than Who You Were Yesterday
Early on in life, I discovered that you only need to try to be better than who you were yesterday and not compare yourself to anyone. But, at times, I still do, like any human being. This world is in constant flux and change. And yet, most people are comparing rather than focusing on themselves.10 Things Gen ‘Y’ Is Running Dangerously Low On
With all great ‘economic opportunities talk’ around, this might shock you to focus on the 10 crucial things Gen ‘Y’ is running dangerously low on. Let’s face it: The generation ‘Y’ (also known as Millennials) who are born with a sense of entitlement is unconsciously being robbed of their real-life assets.When You Fake Being Happy, Can You Have A Real Smile?
For many people false happiness is their way of life. How often do we give that false smile when someone asks us how things are going, and fake being happy? The real inner You does not know of an artificial smile, but that’s okay. As humans we go through this type of wrong-minded ego-based way of telling ourselves that we are happy, when in all truth we are not. How often as humans do we fake being happy? And, how often do we offer a genuine real smile? The child goes towards the flower that the butterfly is resting on, with arms out stretched, just to discover as he just gets in reach, the butterfly moves to another flower. Undeterred the child follows the butterfly to the next flower, and then the next, however the butterfly constantly remains just out of reach.Why Is It So Hard To Be Practical?
When life gives some people lemons, they make lemon meringue pie, lemonade, lemon squares, lemon cheesecake, or lemon garlic tilapia (or, if they’re like me, they have any fish with lemon- or not at all). Apparently, when life gives me lemons, I get acid reflux and reach for my personal Pepcid.No, really. Confronted with very practical, mundane issues, I scratch my head and keep doing what I’ve always done- often to my detriment. I guess I’m not the practical problem solver I thought I was.