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“A Better You” Your 7 days program to self-improvement


I seem to lost count on how many times I've read and heard of celebrity marriages failing almost left and right. Not that I care (and personally I don't), it seems strange that we often see movie and TV stars as flawless people, living the fairytale life of riches and glamour. I suppose we all have to stop sticking our heads in the clouds and face reality. There are many ways to lose your sense of self-esteem despite of how trivial it could get. But whatever happens, we should all try not to lose our own sense of self. So what does it take to be a cut above the rest? Here are some of the things you can think and improve on that should be enough for a week. 1. Know your purpose Are yo …

Working to Improve your Personal Life


When you work you normally, feel better about yourself in all areas. When you are working, your self-esteem will boast and that is always a good thing. Those who do not work hurt their body and mind. On the other hand, someone working a hard job because you know all the hard work you just did is going to pay off when in the long run you will be paid for your hard work. Still, you want to balance your workflow, since overworking is the course to reversing life improvement. Greed gets you nowhere. How work improves personal life: Working will do a lot for you, it will make you feel like your going somewhere in life and that is always a good feeling. Your self-stem is going to soar and that …

Celebrate your Child’s Uniqueness


Just like a snowflake or a fingerprint, every child is unique in their own special way. Every child has a unique way of feeling, thinking, and interacting with others. Some children are shy, while others are outgoing; some are active, while others are calm; some are fretful, while others are easy-going. As a loving and nurturing parent, it's your job to encourage them to embrace their uniqueness and celebrate their individual qualities. Allow your child to express themselves through their interests. They may find a creative outlet in theatre, dancing or art, or they may be exceptionally talented in the sciences. Encourage them to embrace what they like to do, what interests them, and what m …

3 Actions You Can Take Right Now to Bring Your Dream to Light


You hear it all the time; follow your dream, discover your dream, dreams do come true. The way people talk about LIVING YOUR DREAM, it's as if everyone must have one! I think they do, which means I think YOU do! So, if in fact the rather bold statement I just made is true, how do you go about bringing your dream to light? These tips will help. 1. ALLOW yourself to dream. We STOP dreaming because at some point in our life we were told the dream we had was unrealistic. And after hearing it enough times from others we started believing it too. A dream that once felt so good to think about and seemed so possible to achieve, suddenly left us feeling silly for ever having it. So we did the on …

Failure is part of Success Language!


I have to admit the title of my section this week is OUTSTANDING! We all know as we are progressing towards our personal goals, dreams and aspirations that we will fail repeatedly, and then all of a sudden we achieve our ultimate outcome and attain our WHY in LIFE! "Each failure is a stepping stone to Success, which in turn will become a very long and lovely stone walkway into the castle of your DREAMS!" You must truly internalize the need to fail in life. Most people fail more between the ages of 16-25 and then they don't fail ever again in life, which means they never SUCCEED! You see, at the age 25 the majority of people lose their steam and decide to live a life instead of designing a …

Life Mapping: A Vision of Success


Success is more than economic gains, titles, and degrees. Planning for success is about mapping out all the aspects of your life. Similar to a map, you need to define the following details: origin, destination, vehicle, backpack, landmarks, and route. Origin: Who you are A map has a starting point. Your origin is who you are right now. Most people when asked to introduce themselves would say, ìHi, I'm Jean and I am a 17-year old, senior high school student.î It does not tell you about who Jean is; it only tells you her present preoccupation. To gain insights about yourself, you need to look closely at your beliefs, values, and principles aside from your economic, professional, cultur …

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