There are only two mistakes one can make along the road to truth; not going all the way, and not starting.
Have you ever been told before to be more realistic? I have spent so much of my life, being told this, especially by those closest to me, and it grates on me every time.
It’s easy to drift. Life is hectic for all of us and if we’re not intentional about our direction in life we can easily wake up one day and wonder how we got where we are.
Some people watch it happen. Some people say what happened. And some people make it happen. The world and more importantly your workplace is crying out for people who make it happen.
Chances are that most of us at one stage or another have found ourselves at a pivotal crossroad in our lives.
What is your biggest fear when you are on a date with a woman? I know a lot of guys who would say that their biggest fear is to land in the zone that no man wants to land in.
How many times you had the feeling that you are lost with a new subject at work? If you are like most people, probably many times… But don’t worry!
Beginning a relationship is a very easy job; but the thing which gets a little tricky is maintaining it.
There is a theory in economics called the theory of scarcity which basically discusses that there is limited availability of certain resources at any point in time.
Every day, I start my work day by looking at the list of things I planned to do that day. Most times, I’m pretty much on track with meeting goals and deadlines but there days when I look at my list and …nothing… I’m not motivated to do anything I scheduled to do!
Instant messaging (IM) has suffered unfairly over the last 20 years, afflicted with a rocky reputation as a social media platform for gossiping teenagers and bored university students.
We all have been there. Worrying about things we cannot or have no control over. We worry about our lives, finances, health, kids and many times things that doesn’t even concerns us.
I came across the term “Ice Glass Method” while reading the wonderful book “Predictably Irrational” by Dan Ariely.
You’ve got a dream, and it’s a big one. Maybe you want to quit your job, get a promotion, get married, or conceive the next great paper cup innovation.
We “ the internet people” can’t really say that we focus on having a healthy lifestyle. I mean, our posture is usually bad from all the sitting around, we can’t exactly be called fit, and most of us love fast food, as well as sodas and other sugary drinks.
As they say about a long distance relationship, that a smooth and healthy relationship can prove to be a blissful whereas a suffocating one can lead to intoxication for freedom.
Whether you are finishing a major renovation project or finalizing a new repair, you may be eager to put the finishing touches on your home.
A successful blogger is one that keeps blogging past the six month mark. That is where the real success lies because that is roughly how long it takes for people to burn out and to stop wanting to play with their blog anymore.
PART 1 – ALL IN YOUR MIND Shhhh…I have a secret to tell you. You are not going to get everything perfect all of the time.
At one point in my late teens I knew that it was time for me to grow up. I needed to become more serious, take on more responsibility and behave more mature.