Keeping the faith, having hope is what halts fear in its tracks, while infinitely brightening up your life. Hope is something we all have within us, while at times it lies dormant. When times get tough, is when we need to activate it.
Having hope is what accelerates focus, and once doing so is when things will get better. It’s the promise of hope that turns things around.
At times, it becomes possible to lose focus as it can waver, so we need to find ways to recognize its symptoms …
We live in a world of deception, intense sadness, and humour is often used to hide the pain. Being funny is usually associated with being happy, to hide the despair and hopelessness of self and soul. To offer such genuine humour, doesn’t always mean happiness in our lives.
What’s assumed is some offer their humour because they can laugh at themselves, the world and others, comedians as such.
To be funny, to see the lighter side of life, the lighter side of the everyday happenstance others can’t see. To be …
Our life is in constant perpetual motion moving forward, good or bad. We then need to refocus the mind to balance our equilibrium. Regardless of what’s happening around us, we’re always given the choice of not becoming trapped in a state of stress and anxiety.
It becomes important to learn how to relax as quickly as possible, as having negative emotions can easily become habitual and harmful.
The longer you hold on to bad thoughts, the more difficult it becomes to let them go, as what they tend is to …
It’s only human nature to want others to like and respect us, for who we are. To accomplish this, the first step is placing the focus back on them. This by making people feel better about themselves. This is a simple yet effective rule, when it comes to developing friendship and becoming liked.
The principle of this is straightforward. If you meet someone new and you leave a favourable impression, by making them feel good about themselves, then they’ll want to see you again.
Everything that happens to us, happens on purpose. More often than not, one thing leads to another. Instead of locking yourself up in your cage of fears and crying over past heartache, embarrassment and failures, treat them as lessons learned.
They will then become your tools in both your self-improvement journey and success.
Stop thinking and feeling as if you’re a failure, because you’re not. How can you expect others to accept you, if YOU can’t accept YOU?
When you see ultra successful people on TV, think better self-improvement for …