We decide to walk on the side of caution, and convince ourselves that the tribe we are in, is the only tribe for us.
We are responsible for the cultures we live within as there are always more of us than them…
If you have decided to be brave and step into living a mission-driven life, like I am attempting then I would like to share the biggest lesson I have learned so far.
I am writing this to put into action a principle I learned from Dr Stephen Covey. Dr Covey states in the opening of his best selling book, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, that once […]
While procrastination is the action, the motive for the action is often fear. Dealing with fear is a lifetime pursuit. So as a building block to conquering your fears, putting focus into killing procrastination is a worthy investment of your time.
Regardless of who you are and what you want to achieve, if you want to live a life with an end you want, you need a plan. The mission statement answers for your goals, and without one, any goals you set will be based on your changing emotional state and circumstances.
Its amazing what a difference simply changing how YOU think about others, creates happiness for you. You can achieve this too and I would suggest you take some time to think about how much you argue, and perhaps even try the route I took to quitting arguing.