# Self development
Opinion: Never allow fear of failing to prevent success.
**This blog post is trying to explain the quote based on my opinion, thoughts, and thinking. "Never let the fear of striking out keep you from playing the game."--Babe Ruth. Failing is a natural and necessary part of life. It can be incredibly frustrating and disheartening, but it’s designed to teach you lessons. The sooner you can accept that failure is a part of everyday life and deal with the emotions, the sooner you can break out of self-imposed limitations.
8 Ways to Develop Self-Discipline and Improve Willpower
Self-discipline and willpower. These two magic words define our mental powers to control our lives when we don’t feel like it. You have probably thought about how to build self-discipline at least once in your life. Does it sound like training in the military?
Opinion: It's our fault if we choose the wrong person.
**This blog post is totally based on my personal experience, opinion, and thinking. Life is a series of choices. Sometimes the choices we make impact our lives in many ways, but often it's challenging to know just how much a decision will impact us until years later.
Follow These Habits For a More Productive Day
Are You Tired of Feeling Unproductive? Try These Tricks Today!. Are you one of those people who feels like they could do more if only they had more time? If so, you're not alone. According to research, highly productive people are able to get a lot done in a short amount of time. Here are five things they do every day to be highly productive:
'Mindset', 'Sapiens', and 'Principles': Books for thinkers and seekers
Stand guard to what goes in your head. Want to see what the future looks like? Listen to your self-talk. How you see yourself matters. Your actions, behavior, and habits are products of who you believe you are.
Ryan Shannon's New Book: Laptop Entrepreneur
Earn Money Online with These Four Proven Frameworks. Read my book "Laptop Entrepreneur" Disclosure: This story contains affiliate links. The following is from my book,Laptop Entrepreneur:
Seeing The Unseen in the World
Are you aware you see the world in two ways? It is true. One way you see the world is through your eyesight. Light reflects from objects providing images projected on the retina, sending them to your brain. But what about the other way you see? What about the way you "see" from within your mind?
See More Clearly
Did you know some "things" go unnoticed behind everything you say and do? They lurk in the background, out of sight, invisible, yet their effect on your life is dramatic. No, I am not talking about ghosts!
The Pattern of Creating
Have you noticed there is a pattern often used to create anything you want in life? You will find it everywhere. An easy way to remember this pattern is by using its acronym, STAR, short for See, Think, Act, and Reap. Let's look at how this pattern can help you create anything you want in life.
A psychologist shares tips for decreasing complaining
Think about the last time you complained about something?. Did you feel better afterward, or did it increase your emotions and make you feel worse?. Often, complaining does not help.
The Demand of The World
Is it true you get what you demand from the world? Can the case be made for such a concept? What evidence exists that it is true? Let's look at the possibilities. I recently came across an old quote that aroused my curiosity, leading me to ask the above questions. The quote is from an American author, lecturer, and clergyman. He believed ethics, religion, and economics were integral and could not be separated. The quote in part is:
Set the Intention When Setting Goals and a Solid Plan to reach the Finish Line
Are we setting ourselves up for failure? Are we unrealistic in our expectations?. If you choose to beat the odds and attempt to uphold your goals and resolutions, here are some valuable tips from those who have reported making it to the finish line.
Self-awareness can affect relationship health
*This is a work of nonfiction based on actual events I experienced firsthand; used with permission. Not long ago, I received this text from my lover, “Happy One Year Milestone.” His message took me by surprise because remembering dates is not his strong suit. He’s even forgotten his own birthday. But this time, he scheduled a reminder on his calendar so that we could commemorate our anniversary.
Self-care contributes to relationship health
Relationship-ing is not an exact science because many variables can make or break a connection. Past experiences, cultural conditioning, chemistry, and compatibility influence the outcome. And like oil and vinegar, no matter how much or how long you shake it — sometimes they don’t mix.
Master Playing Instruments Without a Private Coach
We all are artists in our worlds. Most people love to paint, sketch and write to pass their time. However, some people love to dance and sing along the rhythm of the music. Such people are dancers and singers.