“Mini-vacations” some call it. A “breathing break”, some might say. Procrastination? Well, workaholics may term it that. Regardless, research has shown that small breaks, where we close out everything external and just let us be with our own thoughts, can significantly both boost productivity as well as happiness. Continue reading Sign Out From the World a Few Minutes, Revolutionize Your Day
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What can you do today to get back to that feeling that it is you — and only you — that in the end control your own time and energy? Continue reading You’re the Author of Your Own Life — Make Sure You’re Holding the Pen
To let go is often much easier said than done. But doing so can be immensely important, and therefore the extra effort to do so is definitely worth it. We all more or less know this, but do it rarely. How may we change that? Continue reading The 2 Best Strategies to Let Go of the Small Things
Most of us like to think that we have a relatively rational and impartial outlook on the world around us. We’ll often claim that we hold the same values, attitudes and behaviour every day. But is it really like that? We all know that when a person becomes really angry or frightened then there’s a… Continue reading What Filter Do You See the World Through?
Christmas is awesome. There’s just one problem. Christmas has become way too materialistic which neglects more important aspects of the holiday and of life in general. For Christmas, we should be happy for whatever gifts we may receive and not take anything for granted, but what if there was a better way for everyone? Continue reading 11 Reasons Why You Should Drop The Christmas Wish List This Year
I’m a huge fan of lists. Obviously my all-time favourite list is my infamous bucket list. However, there are many other lists that can have a tremendous positive impact on our lives. Today, I want to tell you about a really important list — the fear list — which I urge you to write. Here’s why. Continue reading Why You Really Need a Fear List & How to Get Started
It can often be difficult to really put those long-term questions and goals into something tangible. Questions such as “where do you see yourself in 10 years?” or “what’s your major life goals?” can easily throw you off. What’s more, is that those broad goals by themselves are often hard to work towards and stay motivated about. So today we’re going to do an exercise that will help you break down your life goals to smaller pieces and in so doing help you make meaningful habits and actions that will lead to your desired outcomes. Continue reading 3 Crucial Steps to Help Live a Purposeful Life: Breaking Down Your Life Goals (+ Freebie)
Life passes by quickly and many of us are faced with regrets when we get old. To avoid having life regrets and live a life to the fullest, ask yourself these questions today. PSST! Remember that we mostly regret the things we didn’t do, as opposed to the things that we did do. Where in… Continue reading Ask Yourself These Questions TODAY!