Do you have trouble following through your goals? Do you find them overwhelming? Here’s one tactic I used when I set a PB (4km longer) in distance running 🙂
The loving-kindness exercise is one of the most mind-blowing exercises I’ve tried. For being able to increase your happiness, it’s almost too simple.
Do you often find your leave is over and you didn’t enjoy it? Instead, you spent time on things you didn’t want to do. How do you enjoy your holiday time? I just faced this problem during my last leave; I felt stressed and didn’t enjoy this leave as much as I have had previous leaves and holidays.
I wish I had the courage to do “that”. I wish I had the courage to be myself. Why is it that I’m afraid to be authentic? What am I afraid of?
The second update of how my resolutions are doing. It’s time to take a look at how my resolutions are doing 🙂
This article is mostly interesting if you want to see what goals I have and how I try to accomplish these resolutions; or to show you that I’m human and don’t complete all of my resolutions. The idea of my new year resolutions is, however, to accomplish as many as possible (if they’re still valid or congruent with what I want).
Not a morning person? No worries. The Miracle Morning works for everyone, including me who don’t think of myself as a morning person. The Miracle Morning is probably the easiest self-help tool I’ve tried, often the exercises I’ve tried aren’t fun. But what I like with the Miracle Morning is that it’s highly customizable making the whole routine very rewarding and fun to do 🙂
Have you ever found yourself paralyzed by fear, unable to take action? And you’d rather do anything but the thing you fear? Is there any way you can use this energy to take action on something else you’ve procrastinated?
An extensive summary of the journey on my raw vegan trial. What did I learn? What was easiest/hardest? How much did it cost? Weight gain or loss?
When I started out as an entrepreneur, I was easily distracted by all the notifications around me. I would jump from task to task every 10 minutes, trying to multitask to the best of my abilities. Answering emails, messages, and calls.
Little did I know that this approach is highly inefficient. It wasn’t until I stumbled upon the WorkAwesome blog, the book Eat that Frog by Brian Tracy, and most importantly the Pomodoro Technique.
The problem I have with learning is that skip parts that I find difficult instead of tackling them. But what’s even more common, is that I want to progress in the perfect order, even if I’m qualified to jump over the “beginner tutorial.” When I want to learn something new or when I practice a piano piece I often want to do that as efficiently as possible, but I also want to learn it “the right way.”