Ever heard someone say, "…so-in-so is great, but I’m just not happy?” Or have you ever wondered why you just couldn’t seem to find happiness? Read on to learn how you can choose to be happy.
The search for happiness is universal, and yet it is hard to find. Perhaps we are looking in the wrong place.
What is it that makes you get out of bed in the morning, stumble to the shower and get dressed for work? The answer is motivation. This is what keeps us going through life, coping with all the daily stresses, pain and suffering. We are constantly motivated to make our lives better by doing whatever we can to make improvements. That's fine for adults, but what motivates children, you might ask. Just think back to the days when you were in elementary school. What was it that...
When we grow up to be adults we are socialized to believe that exuberance should be contained and managed. Along the way we get the exuberance knocked out of us. Exuberance, however, is not to be quashed, but celebrated and appreciated.
Negative influences are all around and can have a dramatic effect on your self esteem. Don't let unchecked people and circumstances pull you down. Here are 6 tips on how to minimize your exposure and how to concentrate on positive influences and as a starter guide for self improvement.
No ceremony with this article, let’s go straight into five quick ways that will help you find relief from stress, depression and anxiety.
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5 top tips to help you win the battle against stress, depression and anxiety.
It’s true. You can’t really get what you want in life until you have given it to others. Doesn’t sound like it makes much sense, does it? How can you give what you don’t have?
The author of an international bestseller, The Power of Positive Thinking, Dr. Norman Vincent Peale brings another exciting book for his readers titled Six Attitudes For Winners. The book focuses on the six attitudes which Dr. Peale feels are essential to be a winner. Some of these traits include being positive, being enthusiastic, being confident and a few others … Continue reading Book review: Six attitudes for winners