It’s not about how much the things that one has are worth…

Excerpt from: Learn to let go

It’s not about how much the things that one has are worth, it’s about how much one values the things that they have.

It's not about how much the things that one has are worth...

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Originally published on: Sep 1, 2015 @ 06:12

If you want to love your life, do things worth remembering.

Excerpt from: It’s your life. Live it to love it.

If you want to love your life, do things worth remembering.

If you want to love your life, do things worth remembering. Don’t just “exist” and then wonder why your life isn’t all that interesting when you’re bored.

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Originally published on: Oct 13, 2015 @ 06:03

Talking yourself out of taking action

Talking yourself out of taking action

People sometimes have a tendency to beat down their ideas that they were once enthusiastic about. And as a result, they talk themselves out of taking action on things that could add value to their life. And in place of these ideas, they often do nothing – and so life goes on and nothing much changes.

Before you talk yourself out of things you are enthusiastic about by filling your head with doubt, ask yourself how avoiding fear & uncertainty will ultimately add value to your life. If it won’t, it might be time to consider that facing your doubts & fears is actually something that will still be good for you regardless of the outcome of your endeavor.

Impactful communication

Impactful communication

If you agree with a message, but don’t like how it’s communicated, understand that not everyone interprets information in the same way. A communication style that may be off-putting to some may be exactly what is necessary for it to be impactful to others.

It is nearly impossible to communicate with all people in the same way and have your words be just as impactful to every person who receives them.

Self-help books that cater to the masses, for example, are likely to miss those who need information communicated in a different fashion than most. Books that fill a niche tend to attract the kinds of readers who are drawn to a particular way something is communicated.

Impactful communication