I have been reading lots of books on personal growth, attending self-help courses, listening to different mentors in the field but I am still resisting that change, while there are other people who don’t even read those books seem to attract excellent health, wealth, the love of their lives, and a great lifestyle, what are they doing differently? Continue reading “People Don’t Resist Change. They Resist Being Changed”
Stress is a regular part of life, and it serves a useful purpose. But if you don’t get a handle on your stress, it can seriously interfere with your job, money, family life, and health in the long-term.
On the other hand, stress has many fine attributes. It reminds us that we need to pay attention to other important aspects of our lives. There are various health benefits with a little bit of stress. Researchers believe that some stress can help to fortify the immune system. It can also bring unexpected benefits in the form of personal growth. Continue reading “5 Relaxation Techniques that Annihilate Stress Fast”
You probably know that what we speak is what we create. We talk all the time, but often we pay little attention to the words we speak.
Do you usually reflect on the words you speak? Are they positive or negative? Are they encouraging or disheartening?
I grew up in a negative environment; as a child, I never heard any positive or uplifting words. On the contrary, Self-defeating, critical or judgemental words were the typical conversations in my home. Continue reading “Amazing Trick And a Powerful Message for You”
Books are the quietest and most constant of friends; they are the most accessible and wisest of counselors, and the most patient of teachers. -Charles W. Elio-
You love reading but how can you read more books without speed reading? How do the most successful leaders manage to ready 4 to 6 books in a month?
The Berkshire Hathaway magnate reportedly spends five to six hours a day reading five different newspapers.
Somewhere between primary and secondary school students are losing interest. They go to school to receive an education but does not provide individual development or real learning. We need an education system that excites students.
How powerful would the education system be if we had kids who are excited and inspired in learning and a teacher who will never give up on them, who understands the power of connection, and insists that they become the best that they can be? Continue reading “We Need an Education System That Excites Students”