6 STEPS TO BECOMING THE BEST YOU

The greatest achievement in life is simple – Just be the best ‘you’ that is possible. It is, honestly, the greatest honor we can give to ourselves, to our creator and to those we love and respect – to simply live the best life we possibly can by being the best version of ourselves. Why is this so hard for most to live out in reality, though? It is because we have not made it a part of our lives. We have not made it a core goal & mission of our lives and we have not made a plan to achieve it. Success in anything has a method and a process. The journey is what crafts us and steels the fiber of who we […]

Author: Todd Polke

As a Property Investment Coach, personal mentor and professional speaker I help every day people take their personal, professional and financial lives to the next level.

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4 Must Have Character Traits to be Successful

Will people buy from you if you are not a good person? Yes. Then does it matter if an entrepreneur is a good person or not? Yes it does. Over the past few years I have stumbled across a dozen or so articles which listed the traits of successful entrepreneurs. You know these, you’ve read the lists and have figured out ways to implement these ideas into your life. • Ambition • Self-Motivation • Perseverance • Passion • Flexibility • and Creativity are some of the big ones which come mind. Don’t get me wrong, these are essential to success as an entrepreneur. But what about success as a human being? Entrepreneurship, at its core, is about people being authentic. Brilliant, motivated people creating solutions […]

Author: David Ramos

And whatever you do, whether in word or deed, do it all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him. Colossians 3:17 If life for me hath joy or light, 'Tis all from thee, My thoughts by day, my dreams by night, Are but of thee, of only thee. Whate'er of hope or peace I know, My zest in joy, my balm in woe, To those dear eyes of thine I owe, 'Tis all from thee. My heart, even ere I saw those eyes, Seemed doomed to thee; Kept pure till then from other ties, 'Twas all for thee, for only thee. Like plants that sleep till sunny May Calls forth their life my spirit lay, Till, touched by Love's awakening ray, It lived for thee, it lived for thee. When Fame would call me to her heights, She speaks by thee; And dim would shine her proudest lights, Unshared by thee, unshared by thee. Whene'er I seek the Muse's shrine, Where Bards have hung their wreaths divine, And wish those wreaths of glory mine, 'Tis all for thee, for only thee. --Thomas Moore

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The Best Way to Win an Argument

We all have that friend who loves to argue. You know exactly who I’m talking about- the one who frustratingly has a comeback for everything you say, regardless of how absurd it is. They always seem to get under your skin; just THINKING about them gets you fired up. You would LOVE to best them in an argument, just once. You feel like that satisfaction would put you on top of the world- but HOW can you achieve it? To start looking at this problem, we must break it down. People argue to try and get their point across to YOU, to try to change YOUR mind on something, or to try and put themself above YOU. They have no ammunition if you remove YOURSELF […]

Author: Social Sage

Men's #attraction, #charm, and #charisma magazine. Tips you can implement in your life TODAY to become the most high-powered version of yourself.

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4 Ways To Spend Time With Yourself And Get Away From The World

To begin with, there are only 4 points. People tend to read articles with many points so that they can continuously discover what’s wrong with them and change it ASAP. Those sessions ultimately waste the rest of the day, and pretty much the next few too. So here are 4 basic and simple ‘must adopt’ points that will help you feel more cozy around yourself. 1. Write a journal. Why? Because you can write your heart out and no one gets to know how you are feeling. Cry, laugh, move back in time, or forward, ponder over a thought or a feeling. Write it out! You could use free apps such as ‘Day one’ (App Store) and ‘Day Journal’ (Google Play) that are fast, easy […]

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5 Ways to End Unnecessary Stress

Do you feel stress every day and often at unexpected times? For example, you are at an office job or just doing daily routine tasks (nothing dangerous or frightening) and your heart is racing and you are sweating way too much. You may have a deadline but nothing life-threatening. Sounds like an irrational physical reaction right? Unfortunately, you are just so used to experiencing unnecessary stress you don’t realize you need to immediately stop and think about how its harming you. You’ve probably also convinced yourself that because you feel stress you must be working hard and are being productive. It becomes a behavior pattern that you accept in your daily life. You might have even told yourself, “Suck it up and just deal.” But, […]

Author: Melissa Lopez

A self-professed positivity junkie and SciFi geek. She writes about self-development in our "Strange World" with a no nonsense, down-to-earth style. Take the adventure at zenonmars.com

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Stop Trying To Change Who You Are!

Can a fixation on self-improvement actually be a form of self-bashing? It’s a counter-intuitive idea, but sometimes when we think we are trying to improve ourselves, we are really just trash talking ourselves. The internet is surging with self-improvement tips, articles, books, speakers, etcetera. If a problem exists, you can find a dozen solutions online. And while it’s great to have access to all of that information, self-improvement, like all things, can go into overkill. So here is your question: Are you learning from other people or are you trying to be other people? There’s a passiveness to learning from others and their ideas. It’s the, “Oh, I never thought of that. Maybe I can incorporate some of that into my life.” Instead of the […]

Author: Brianna Johnson

A freelance writer and synonym enthusiast, Brianna blogs to help you exist better at the Absurdist Chronicles.

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Getting Over Depression: 8 Everyday Things That Help

Depression is that feeling that makes you unable to recognize the reflection staring at you in the mirror. You feel so heavy like a big rock is placed on your head. Your whole body is stiff like you are bound in some invisible chains. Your eyes are wide open, but your view is blurry. Not even the brightest of lights could brighten up your mood. Like a slow killer, it’s gradually eating you up… you need to do something. It’s time to get over depression and grab your life back! Here are 8 simple ways to get over depression 1. Write a letter There’s something eating you up inside. You may not be able to find the right words to express it, but you know […]

Author: chris odogwu

I'm a Blogger and a Freelance Writer. I love writing; it gives me the opportunity to express my thoughts. My goal as a Writer is to ensure that my reader understands the message of my written pieces.

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Lessons From The Checkout Line

Contrary to popular stereotypes, as a man there are a few chores I really enjoy. It’s probably due to my mother making it a point to have us all up on Saturday morning with music blasting, food cooking and cleaning the house from top to bottom. As an adult however, one thing I never perfected was the skill for cooking. This works out perfectly for my wife and me. We split household chores so she is dong the cooking and I get to handle the bulk of the cleaning and laundry. Things get a little awkward when I end up with the task of grocery shopping. I will give you a hint; that’s definitely not one of my favorites. The other day my wife asked […]

Author: Early Jackson

Early L. Jackson Jr., profoundly recognized as a Social Activist, has been laboring to bring balance, skill, relevance and understanding to people of all nationalities. After effectively overcoming a

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Seven Things You Need to Know About Writing for the Web – Whatever Your Job

Have you ever read a web page, blog post, Facebook update or email that was just plain bad? Perhaps it was riddled with mistakes – or perhaps it was full of jargon, badly structured, or otherwise difficult to read. Almost all of us will write something online at some point in our lives: a personal blog, a company web page, a Facebook update, an email… And if you want to impress (your clients, your boss, your peers), then you have to be able to write well for the web. It’s not hard, but it is a little different from what you might have learned in school. Here’s what you need to know: #1: Big Words Don’t Win Any Prizes You don’t need to use long, […]

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The Best Advice Is The Kind You Keep To Yourself

Do you give good advice? Do friends and family come to you in times of crisis? How would you define good advice? Do we have to know and trust the people who change our lives? Can strangers inspire us towards drastic decisions and if they do, why? Does life tend to change randomly? Now, while you try to wrap your head around those very deep and meaningful questions, I would like to give you a quick short cut. None of the above really matters. People will not stop smoking because you tell them to. Your friend will not leave her self-destructive relationship because you point it out; and your chubby and depressed aunt will not lose weight, even if you suggest writing a diet plan […]

Author: Marina Popzov

Helping others helps me. Giving advice guides me. If you are curious for more ideas on how to handle choices and simplify your life, visit me here: marinapopzov.wordpress.com

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