Many people find that their major definite purpose lies at the intersection of three areas: their talents and abilities, their interests, and their passions. While it’s not a perfect formula, it is a good place to start searching for your own major purpose in life.
Identify Your Talents and Abilities Start by making a list of all your talents, skills, and abilities. Include Continue reading →
“Your vision will become clear only when you look into your heart.” ~ Carl Jung
The first step in living the life of your dreams is to know your starting place. Where are you? What is missing in your life? What is dissatisfying? Years ago I listened to a Tony Robbins audio that asked “What is disgusting in your life?” At the time I was 40 pounds overweight, owed back Continue reading →
Understanding what cognitive mechanics are at play when we set off on the journey to achieve a goal is as important as our creating our motivation to achieve it. Critically with the psychology simplified, we can deal far better with the handicaps and road-blocks that will inevitably try to obstruct us.
In simple terms, how often is it we decide to carry out a straight-forward task, Continue reading →
Leaders who want to give positive and dynamic and successful leadership could not do better that study the leadership presented to us in the book of Acts. Why do I write so strongly on this?
The book of Acts in the New Testament in the Bible is a vitally important book. Each book is important because each book is the Word of God, but the Book of Acts shows us clearly and specifically Continue reading →
Many of us have big dreams and high aspirations; there is nothing wrong with this. If no one ever dreamt big we wouldn’t have people like Donald Trump. Trump himself has said “As long as you’re going to be thinking anyway, think big.”
In order to even gain a quarter of Trump’s success you must set high goals and aim for a better lifestyle, although, you must realize the difference between Continue reading →
Even though newcomers will have anxiety, they will also be feeling enthusiastic and motivated to do a good job. The main goal of induction is to maintain this enthusiasm and motivation for as long as possible. This will result in more effective performance.
You maintain motivation by providing your newcomer with:
What does “going” in the shower, having cravings at night, or getting sleepy when you pick up a book to read, have in common with reaching your goals or not?
This phenomenon suddenly hit me a couple days ago standing in the shower having the urge “to go”. I thought to myself: why do I always have this feeling as soon as I step into the shower and turn on the faucet? On the other hand why do I feel Continue reading →