From the moment of conception life is about change. How do you feel about that? Is it your natural tendency to embrace change, resist it, ignore it, or perhaps even try to deny it?
I think our response usually depends on whether we view any particular change as good or bad. For example, if our income goes up by 50% we would likely welcome the change and view it as a good thing…
Photo by Marc Blackburn-Wilson
By Jamie Flexman
Throughout my life it feels as though I have constantly faced an uphill battle to hold on to those that pass my way. My father up and left when I was just six years old and my ‘step’ dad barely lasted 10 years after that.
The friends that I grew up with have all left town and every girl that I have ever dated is now long gone…
Wouldn’t it be nice? Never having to look at a pile of messy clothes, stacks of papers, dirty trash, or dozens of emails ever again? It’s definitely possible, and a lot easier than you might think.
I used to be a messy person, that’s just who I thought I was. I didn’t place enough value on cleanliness, so I never had any motivation to change…
Actually, I’m asking the question rhetorically. Not that I’m not interested in what you think, you understand. However, my real focus is to get you thinking about what you think. The method to my madness is to make you reflect on the patterns of your thinking. You see, as you think so shall you do…
You know you should take more action. Something doesn’t feel right about the 50th blog post you read in a day. Something’s missing.
We gather up the best tools and tricks and knowledge the world has to offer. We bookmark them and even take notes.
Then we go to bed and lie there and wonder, “What the hell happened today?”
Then you realize, “Ha! I forgot to take action…
Therefore, it is a good idea to strongly consider a visit to jewelry stores, like those in the Los Angeles jewelry district, for that engagement ring once you are certain that you have found someone who you would like to spend the rest of your life with…
Patience is something that’s not talked about often when it comes to growth and productivity—or even peace of mind. When we think of habits and improvement, we think of getting things done, perseverance, focus, or pursing passions…
“Think simple” as my old master used to say – meaning reduce the whole of its parts into the simplest terms, getting back to first principles…