Hardship is inevitable. But self-pity is optional. If you’re in the midst of hard times, here’s how to stop feeling sorry for yourself and do something to keep your pity party in check.
Investing in yourself is one of the best return on investments you can have. Whether it’s investing in learning a new skill, developing yourself personally or professionally, tapping into your creativity or hiring a coach, you need to give to yourself first before you can give to others. Today I’m getting to share with you my top free ways for investing in yourself and improving your life as a whole.
Are you feeling stuck in life or at work? Do you feel like you should just start over in life? You’re not alone. It’s a nearly universal human experience to feel stuck at some point in life. Whether in a career, relationship, or even in identifying the next goal — most people will feel stuck at some point. But how do you get unstuck in life and getting back into the flow?
We are all familiar with the procrastination phenomenon. When we procrastinate, we squander away our free time and put off important tasks we should be doing them till it’s too late. And when it is indeed too late, we panic and wish we got started earlier. It’s easy to put off hard or time consuming assignments until the very last minute, but if you do, you then may have to pull a stress-induced all-nighter. Here are my surefire ways to finally stop procrastinating and make things done.
Sometimes drama pops up more than you would like. It might be because your longtime friend is mad at you again or your coworker is causing some trouble. Either way, it might be time to figure out how to let go out of the drama, because there’s no reason you should have to deal with the constant stress of trying to diffuse a difficult situation or argument. Here are some tips to avoid drama in your life that may help you begin a fresh slate you’ve been looking for and hopefully, guide you to a more positive life and get the most out of it.
In leadership, there are times when you need to be mentally tough to navigate through complex information. In life, there are times when you need to be mentally sharp, to make good decisions fast. In those times you need to be mentally strong. Today I’m going to share my go-to habits that will keep you mentally strong — I mean literally unbreakable and unstoppable!
Negativity seems to be surrounding us every day. People on the street don’t wave at each other like they used to back in the day. Smiles are becoming few and far between. For many, the negative world has become the “new normal.” But it doesn’t have to be that way. Staying positive in a negative world is possible, though! Here, I’m going to discuss how to stay positive in a negative situation and a negative world.
Great movies, like ‘A Star Is Born’, often compel us to entertain life’s bigger philosophical questions. Most — if not all of us– can relate to the struggle and pain laced throughout the film, and there are meaningful messages and valuable lessons we should take away from the movie ‘A Star Is Born’.
Being a working woman is never easy, but if you happen to juggle motherhood, a demanding job, and the pressure to be “on” at all times, then at least you have the benefit of Tina Fey to guide you. Here are five life lessons you can pick up from ‘Ms. Bossypants’ Tina Fey to feeding your success.
Conor McGregor is a name that virtually everyone in the world has heard of. This mixed martial artist who has a rag to riches story like no other sports star. Born in Dublin, Ireland, Conor McGregor’s early years were very tough. He had to hustle for every penny. There were nights here when he had to replace his dinners with an early night of sleep. Despite his struggles, Connor had a vision in mind that he always wanted to fulfill, and that was becoming a world champion MMA. Therefore, I thought it might be interesting to share with you 5 powerful lessons from the MMA fighter Conor McGregor.
The Ultimate Leadership Survival Guide
If you are starting your first leadership role, then The Ultimate Leadership Survival Guide will be invaluable to you.
Providing the tools to help you work out your leadership, it then offers a step-by-step program for development, including some essential hints for strengthening your own leadership style.
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