Busy, busy, busy. Why are we always so busy? From the time we wake up to when we go to bed. We are busy at work, home, on weekends, and on vacations. It never seems to end!. All of this business raises one crucial question we should be asking ourselves. Read on to learn about this question and how to deal with the busyness of life.
Build Your Team
Did you know you already have a team on your side? Everyone does, whether they realize it or not. Your team is always there for you. Let’s look at who is on your team and what they can do to help you build a better life.
Why is it that your productivity soars whenever you have something you must do? Especially when you have a deadline. You get it done! This is especially true when you are about to head out on vacation and pack an entire week’s work into a couple of days!
Chris Rock: The Rhetoric Behind the Special
Chris Rock’s “Selective Outrage” thought-provoking special on Netflix is a powerful exploration of the power of rhetoric and its effects. The comedian uses his signature blend of humor and critical rhetoric to address some of the most pressing issues in today’s society particularly the African American community their mental health crisis.
What does being reliable and dependable mean to you? Do you know the difference between the two?. If you understand their meaning and differences, you are likely well on your way to a great life. If not, or you are a bit unsure, read on!
Better Than Money
How you view and think about money can make all the difference in your life and how you live it. Let’s look more closely at this subject and what it can and can’t do for you.
Everyone knows from experience we see various people differently. You view your spouse, the leader of a country, a lawyer, a doctor, a teacher, or a homeless person in distinct ways.
Fentanyl Is Destroying American Families
Even if it gets to only one person that needs to hear this message, Danny will possibly save another. Fentanyl is out of control and it is destroying American families.
Can you spare a minute? How about 10? Have you ever considered what you can accomplish in 10 minutes? With 1,440 minutes in a day, how much difference could such a tiny fraction make?
Something everyone notices as they age is how much faster time flies. Imagine squeezing more out of each day, month, and year. Sounds enticing, doesn’t it?. There is a straightforward way to get more out of life by using a pattern for creating that exists everywhere. Most of us use this pattern without realizing it. It can be applied whenever you create something new, whether a simple grocery list or something as complex as your career path.
Have you noticed how many people call themselves coaches lately? Especially life coaches? They seem to be popping up everywhere, but beware! It is far too easy for anyone to call themselves a coach. Yet, many are dubious without proper training or certification.
What good is philosophy in this modern world? Isn’t it just a bunch of old guys sitting around discussing outdated ideas that aren’t relevant? Ideas that don’t matter much in today’s society?
At the foundation of serious learning is curiosity. Curiosity leads to questions that create knowledge, understanding, increased awareness, and wisdom. Some of the most important questions are about ourselves, helping us learn what makes us tick.
Want to know how you can build a more powerful life? Get to know yourself better!. But I already know myself, you say? Of course, you do, but how well?. We are complex creatures living in a complex world. While we may think we are intimately acquainted with ourselves and who we are, there is always more to learn. Beyond learning more about ourselves, there is also more to understand about life, more wisdom and knowledge to gain, more skills to build, and far more to know about who we are, who we are becoming, and the life we are creating.
The most valuable thing every person possesses is that precious, limited resource known as time. When you understand the real value of time, which is life itself, you will want to use it more wisely.
What can we learn about life from a philosopher who lived 2,400 years ago? Plenty!. Let’s look at three pieces of wisdom from one of the greatest philosophers in history and how they can help us live a better life in today’s world.
How often have you heard someone say, “Respond, don’t react”? It is such a common saying you will find more than 115 million results by googling those three words as of this writing.
Has there ever been more doubt and uncertainty in the world than today? Since doubt is part of the human condition, that may be hard to ascertain. But why do we doubt? Is there something behind our doubts? Can any good come from them?
Do you see yourself as being in sales? What about the old adage that everyone is in sales? Why is this claim made? Could it be because everyone must deal with other people, and to do so requires some level of selling yourself, regardless?