What is inspiration? How do we get inspired to try to achieve great things? Perhaps we are asking the wrong question.
I have counseled individuals, couples, families and business partners and authored various published books. Every individual I’ve worked with has had some abandonment wound to heal, and most relationship problems stem from abandonment wounds. It is not possible to grow up in our society without some abandonment wounds. The following are some of the ways […]
The same sun, the same sky, the same home, and the same routine. Life is boring. Every day is same. How to carry on from day to day? Why does a week not have seven sundays? Don’t you find yourself saying – ‘I want to enjoy life. I am getting bored with my schedule that […]
Why do we all work? If it is for money, then does it mean that those who earn enough to last a life time or those who inherit, should do no work?
If you have read or have been involved in personal development, whether it is goal-setting, time management, motivation, weight loss, or the many other categories and have not taken hold of what you desired, chances are that you’re lacking an inner drive towards that elusive goal.
Making resolutions is one thing, keeping them another. Manhardeep shares four tips to help you reach your goals and to reward yourself for a job well done!
It is tempting to retreat to safety and comfort when challenges and difficulties arise. To avoid turning around and abandoning your goals, you must make going forward more compelling then going back.
If you want to enjoy your life out of spending, enjoy if you have you have your own resources and money.
But don’t enjoy your life by becoming a debtor to somebody.
Of course in the modern world, there are many ways and means, which force you to become a debtor.
The first step is to understand that in order to achieve success you must take action. Inertia is the most common reason for lack of success! What is your dream? Your goals for the future? What do you want to achieve in your life in the next week? month? year? 5 years? What would you […]
I recently had a conversation with one of my former students. She has been out of school for a few years now but isn’t satisfied with the direction her career has taken. In fact, she’s not too happy with her personal life either. Her voice developed more than a touch of whine as she said: […]