Reposting, as I got to remind myself of the awesome things 2015 taught me and what I believe we can get by reflecting on the positives of this year 2016
As always, Year-end is a great time to reflect on what you’ve achieved and what you’ve learned, mistakes you’ve made and goals you met and all.
Personally, this year, I became more of who I am meant to be. Not because I reached more goals, or achieved a new level of “success”. Those things happened, but they were by-products of me.
Continue reading 9 things I learned in 2015
Wow it’s ‘Thinkdigest’ very first anniversary! I can not believe that thinkdigest is one year old today! I am so excited about how far thinkdigest has come and where it will be going in the future.
Continue reading One Year Blogiverssary!
Sometimes in life, everything around appears to be misaligned, disordered and life appears to be turn apart in pieces which are impossible.
Continue reading Make A Choice
Willpower is essential to the accomplishment
of anything worthwhile. – Brian Tracy
Enhancing your will-power, is likely one of the best training programs you can invest in. Why? let’s start by differentiating motivation and willpower.
Continue reading How to Enhance willpower and motivation for Success
Imagine walking with your eyes closed, for a moment. How does it feel? Safe or scared?
Can you walk where you can’t see?
Continue reading The Untapped Power Of Your Mind
As long as you look for someone else to validate who you are by seeking their approval, you are setting yourself up for disaster. You have to be whole and complete in yourself. No one can give you that. You have to know who you are – what others say is irrelevant.
― Nic Sheff
Confidence is ‘the belief in oneself and one’s powers or abilities.’ This feeling can easily be mistaken for the feeling of knowing you are better than others or that you do not care about what others think which is incorrect confidence is not about other people it is about yourself how you view yourself, how you reflect yourself and knowing your capability and capacity.
Continue reading Beefing Up Your Confidence (8mins)
Never put off till tomorrow what may be done day after tomorrow just as well.
Let’s face it; you wouldn’t be procrastinating if you didn’t have a good reason for doing so.
Continue reading Procrastination:Break free from your resistance(2 mins)
Do stuff. be clenched, curious. Not waiting for inspiration’s shove or society’s kiss on your forehead. Pay attention. It’s all about paying attention. attention is vitality. It connects you with others. It makes you eager. stay eager.
Yes it’s clear about the importance of planning. I hope it helped. Now here’s another important thing to keep in mind.
You must plan your life with much more care and attention than you would plan your business, study and work. Boy! Did I just say that? Yes I did.
Continue reading Power to create: Pay attention to your life (3 mins)
We all have blind spots – those areas for improvement and growth. As painful as it can be to admit we’re doing things we never wanted to do and saying things we never wanted to say, it is this acknowledgement that enables us to take thefirst step toward change. Be gentle with yourself. Be real with yourself. Take baby steps.
Rhonda Louise Robbins
Do you have dreams? Do you have goals? What baby step have you taken to see that you achieve them?
Remember Usain Bolt, the fastest runner alive? He didn’t start running from the start, he just as us all, had to take some baby steps like crawling and walking before he started running.
Continue reading Power to create: The baby step
Without leaps of imagination or dreaming, we lose the excitement of possibilities. Dreaming, after all is a form of planning.
Are you living the life you really want to live? Do you know exactly what the kind of life you would want to live is?
Don’t you realize that you have the power to create your life?
More likely than not, I can guess your answer to the first question is “no” and to the second question, your answer is “yes”. I would challenge you however and say that it is more probable that you are not living the life you want and that, in actual fact, you have only a vague idea of the kind of life you really want.
As a matter of fact, in 97% of cases I would be right because it has been shown time and time again according to the Internet world stat and Stephen Shapiro’s Stat it’s been said that only 3% of any given population will excel in any given circumstances — their resolutions.
Continue reading Power to create: Planning