Jim Rohn Personal Development – The Astonishing Power of Emotions

New Year’s Resolution

People love the idea of a new beginning, which is why annually, just before the New Year, resolutions are put in place with the hope that new goals can be reached and a better understanding of life can be formed. Resolutions are great motivational tactics to help put things into motion, but they are also a little intimidating. They are promises made to ourselves that can feeling binding and contractual because they are tied to a very personal longing to be a better person.

Too Much to Do? How to Not Go Crazy

It never fails; you have a lot to do. You have a lot you want to do. You even go so far as to choose exactly what it is you are going to do by creating a to-do list. Yet somehow you always feel stressed out, overwhelmed and pulled in several directions. Why does that always happen?

Goals and the Keys to Achieving Them

Goals are like thoughts – once you start, they never seem to end. What this means is, once the goal is chosen, you need to focus on achieving it in a healthy manner. The old adage of building a brick wall one brick at a time holds true, the emphasis needs to be on attaining one goal at a time, so when going through the process, think about what is possible, “one goal at a time”.

New Years Resolutions – What Will Yours Be?

To be or not to be that is the question. Hamlet Soliloquy by Shakespeare. Well now that we are as in ‘The world didn’t end according to the Mayan Calendar’ still here. Will you be making New Year’s Resolutions? If you do how realistic or non-reachable will you make them? And the burning question is Will you stick to them?

Can You Make Your Dreams Come True?

We all have dreams. Some of them are at night whilst we sleep but a lot of them are actually around us whilst we go about our life. Some of these dreams are near enough pure fantasy – going out with a movie or pop star isn’t often on the cards for many of us.

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