Do you ever engage in unnecessary activities that cost you your precious time? Are you concerned enough to identify these? Let’s see some time wasters that might need your attention…
Are you a perfectionist? Does the need for a 100% flawless work or result cause you to avoid starting projects? Do you not lose out on moving forward, when waiting for perfection? In this competitive world, being ideal may often be expected of you, but what are the pitfalls?
How do you ensure that you live your life in such a way that you achieve your desired results? For example, if you’re a successful professional, you may still feel lonely. On the other hand, if you have a loving family but no proper life goals, then you could still feel incomplete, right?
Have you ever said things that you later on regret? Did it have undesirable implications for you? Being mindful of what you say, how you behave and react is important and can save you from many regrets in the future.
Live the life that you intend to live! Make the most of your life, achieve what you truly want to. Focus your time and energy on doing things which serve your life purpose. Read on for more…
Decluttering your house/yard/office or other places may sound like additional work. However, once done, will bring you multiple benefits, and possibly even a domino effect of other related blessings!
Every time you end the year, you look back to see what you’ve achieved and what you plan for the next year. Your goals, objectives and New Year resolutions are what drive you to achieve a better and more meaningful life!
Last updated: 11 May 2019
Albert Einstein once said “We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them”. I truly admire that quote, and have seen the result of applying some effective problem-solving techniques myself…
Have you ever asked yourself how independent you are? As a child, we are fully dependent on our parents, yearning for admiration and reassurance on everything. Over the years, we form our peer groups and want their approval, often abiding to peer-pressure at an early age, and even start drinking alcohol and smoking. Then at work, we find the need to go along organizational politics, to ensure a chance for being promoted,… the list could go on!