May 2015 archive
We live in a world of connectivity. I believe that things happen for a reason and hence, you need to be aware of things, circumstances and people around you. You never know when you are going to meet someone who might have a positive impact on you.
Are you living as a married couple or just living together before tying the knots? Whichever it is, ‘love relationships’ also form part of your personal development.
Did it ever happen that you thought about an idea/ a project, that you prepared a great pitch only to abandon the idea because of lack of confidence? How many times did you choose to keep silent and keep your opinion to yourself because you did not trust your opinion?
Challenges too have a role to play in your life.
Nothing in life happens at random. And the challenges that we experience in our daily lives are no exceptions to the rule. What we see in a challenge and how we experience it is what determines the impact it is going to have on us. Look at challenges as an opportunity to grow; a chance to continue to expand your boundaries and in the process, discover a potential that you had forgotten existed in you. If you look at challenges that way, you will embrace every single one that comes your way and emerge out of it stronger, better, improved. You will seek challenges, which means constantly step out of your comfort zone. And as you do so, you will experience exponential success.
Some say that a life without a purpose is like wandering in the desert without a compass, others like Thomas Carlyle say that ” The man without a purpose is like a ship without a rudder – a waif, a nothing, a no man”.
Do you know the expression : ” Sail against the wind ?”. I was sitting outside yesterday and I closed my eyes. I felt the cold wind of winter touch my skin. It was a curious sensation. I was warmly dressed so it was cold but agreeable at the same time. I then had an epiphany : It seems natural to follow the way the wind blows because you do not need to face too much challenge. The wind seems blowing in your favour.
I have spent 3 amazing days at the Publish a Book and Grow Rich Bootcamp #publishabook. Brian Nieves,very eloquently and with a zest of humour guided us through the very interesting and sophisticated program elaborated by the one and only Gerry Robert who had the kindness to Skype with the whole class yesterday in between 2 flights. Imagine the level of dedication.
A mother is a guide, it is someone special, loving, caring, dedicated, patient, who can multitask and who has a big heart.
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