If it’s an argument with customers, even if we win, customers will still run. If you have a fuss with colleagues, even if we win, there is no more enthusiasm for working in the team. If we arguing with the boss, even if we win, there’s no future in that place. If we have arguments… Read More Ego Is The Enemy
So what does it mean to have this disorder? Clevelandclinic.org describes (DPD) as, “a type of anxious personality disorder. People with DPD often feel helpless, submissive or incapable of taking care of themselves.” Are your afraid of making decisions in a group? Do you wait for another person to choose the route that you will… Read More Do you have a dependent personality disorder?
Imagine a bank that gives you $86,400 every morning. All that money you have to use. At night, the bank will wipe out the remaining money you haven’t used for a day. Guess what, what are you going to do? Of course, spent all that borrowed money. Each of us has such a bank; named… Read More Time Bank
When you pick up a new talent, job, hustle, or mindset, don’t put it down. We never know how much work is required of us until we’re in the thick of it! It’s a bittersweet feeling — long days and short nights for play, but it’s worth it in the end. Purpose can be a… Read More Unlocking Your Potential: Embracing Challenges and Deepening Connections #MotivationalMonday #MondayMotivation
There is a husband and wife who have just moved house. When they ate breakfast the next day, the wife saw her neighbor drying clothes outside the house. “The laundry is not very clean,” the wife said to her husband. “She doesn’t know how to wash clean, maybe she needs better laundry soap.” Her husband… Read More Judge Not,That Ye Be Not Judged
I read somewhere which said, either way what you are worrying about you should not add more worry onto it. It’s going to happen regardless so why keep adding more anxiety on top of anxiety. Meaning we psychologically make the issue worse for ourselves; building mountains out of molehills. How many times have you sighed… Read More Can pain be psychological? The answer is yes
“One who is faithful in a very little is also faithful in much.“ A climber can reach the top of the mountain preceded by the first footing. A runner being able to reach the finish line and becoming a champion also starts from a good start. Everything big starts with small things first. The large jackfruit tree that bears fruit and looks shady behind our house also… Read More Start Small
Fighting can be nice when you win the fight. It can also be painful when you get a chance to replay what you did to the other person which can cause stress in your life. Don’t be a bully. Don’t overpower your loved ones. What does it mean to hurt someone? Hopementalhealth.com says, “What to… Read More Why hurting someone you love is bad
There is a young man who wants to gain experience from a successful entrepreneur. He went to the businessman and said, “Frankly I really want to gain experience from you so that I can succeed like you.” Hearing the request, the businessman smiled for a moment. Then, he asked the young man to raise his… Read More Do The Best And Let God Do The Rest
Pride destroys many relationships Do you regret not apologizing to someone for an incident which could have been resolved? Pride is a bad emotion which can hurt your life. Saying sorry is not wrong. You can use it and it won’t make you less of a person. When you’re mature you deal with things correctly… Read More Why saying sorry seems to be the hardest word to tell someone
In our darkest moments of time is where we discover light. We learn to understand what light is (if you’re wise enough). We understand what light means to us as individuals. Lastly, we understand what we need to do from that point moving forward to escape darkness. Light represents the positive, the upside, and hope… Read More Finding Light in the Darkness: A Message of Resilience and Perseverance
D. Goleman on “emotional excellence”. “If the test of one’s ability to deal with others is the ability to assuage their unpleasant emotions, then calming someone who is raging with rage is arguably evidence of the greatest mastery.… Read More D. Goleman on “emotional excellence”.
One day a wise old man walked through the woods with a notoriously irresponsible young man and a stone head. The old man stopped in his footsteps, then pointed to a small tree and said, “Take it up.” Immediately the young man bent down, and with just one hand he could easily pull the tree… Read More Cultivate Good Habits
Switch off and Switch on your mind Social media is designed to push your emotional buttons so that we latch on all the time. I watch a movie on TV and I continuously pause to pay attention to my notifications on my phone. That’s bad. My phone has become my prime focus anything else is… Read More No social media on weekends pledge
History records that the Wright brothers were the first to successfully fly a plane. However, the two of them are not actually pioneers of aircraft research. The real pioneer of airplanes was Dr. Samuel Langley who had been researching the possibility of humans flying since 1890 (13 years before Wright flew airplanes). Why is Dr.… Read More Only One Step Away