Dealing with Laziness
After all this information about taking action, let’s be honest, we all feel lazy from time to time – right? There are days where the most attractive choice is simply to do nothing. But this can be a problem, especially when the desire to be lazy coincides with pressing obligations or if it happens too often. Overcoming laziness is a skill anyone can learn and apply, if you follow these techniques: Think about the end result, rather than the process. The thought of having a c
What is the Limiting Factor in Your Life?
No matter how far you’ve come in life, you may still feel there is more that you want to, could or should achieve, but something is holding you back - a limiting factor. There is always something preventing you from having more. It may be that part of you that says, “Who do you think you are? You can’t possibly achieve that!” Or you may have people in your life that hold you back. So, let’s start by figuring out what some of the most common limiting factors are and then let
If you’re feeling a little lazy today, you’re not alone. If you feel a little lazy every day, you’re still not alone. As humans, we’re designed to conserve energy as much as possible. We’re also hard-wired to avoid stressful situations, so laziness is an effective strategy from an evolutionary standpoint. We mostly can’t accidentally injure ourselves when we’re sitting around being lazy. Unfortunately, as cozy as laziness is, it’s not an effective way to live. We have things
Developing Emotional Intelligence
The term “emotional intelligence" was first used in 1990, and it is commonly described as, the ability to perceive, evaluate, and manage emotions in others and ourselves. Many experts consider it to be a better predictor of success than IQ. Your ability to manage yourself and others may depend on your emotional intelligence.Here are some techniques to develop and increase emotional intelligence: Accept responsibility for your emotions and actions. Outside influences don’t hav