We all have to adapt to the many changes that go on in our life, environment, in the workplace, cultures, and economy. It is often difficult to keep up with the rapid changes, let alone adapting to the shifts that take place each day. All these changes affect our life. It affects many people’s life […]
Many people try to hold a raging fire within themselves, but it restlessly and relentlessly gnaws at their core. Some have tried to cover it up with alcohol, numb it with drugs, hide it with shopping, kids, work, or religion, or fuel it with sex. The Baby Boomers looked for eternal youth and to change the world. They thought they would never grow up, but they did. They thought they would change the world and they did.
The previous generation looked for the American Dream….
Most of the articles you read online are focused on people that have money. This presents a problem, since it puts a wall up against equal opportunity, which my goal is intended to bust the issues wide open by addressing issues that are more extensive.
The way we as humans were created by God, made us the greatest creation, simply because of our ability to think, communicate, and evaluate ourselves. The traits we have as humans cannot compare to most of the subordinate order animals. The negative aspect is most humans do not use their strengths to the greatest possible level.
Are you stuck in life as usual, not being, doing and having what you really want, stressed because your self improvement is not going anywhere? Is your motivation suffering as you keep repeating the same experiences while your mind models what it knows best. There are ways to overcome the power of your habitual patterns and improve your attitude, self confidence and increase your happiness.