I will preach for the remainder of my life that if one finds their passion, the rest of life falls into place.
This is a great article. I know most of you do not read these articles, but the first step here is very important. When I competed in golf the most valuable tool was positive self-speak. Talking to yourself in the same manner that you would coach your child; with patience and understanding.
I like the idea behind this post. Pick one thing, regardless of perceived significance, and take action immediately. Fits perfect with our theme today! Enjoy…
Sometimes Life can knock us for a loop. We’re flat on the mat and down for the count. It looks like it’s the end of us because the count is edging toward 6, then 7, then 8…
This is the time to dig deep, reach way down inside yourself, and find the grit to do one teesy tiny, itsy bitsy thing that will move you a micron closer to your dream.
Doing one little thing–no matter how small or how seemingly insignificant–is profoundly powerful.
It sends a mighty message to Life that you will not be beaten. And you send an eloquent message to yourself that you can and you will figure out how to save yourself.
Your homework is to take the next teensy tiny bit of a step toward your dreams. Dig deep. Find the grit–you have it, it’s there for you. Then take that itsy…
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I like that this post discusses the options about knowing there is a problem in your life: something gives or something changes. Change before life breaks!
Here is a link to the Freedom Riders (2010).
Award winning PBS documentary which tells the story of a courageous band of civil rights activists calling themselves Freedom Riders, who challenged racial segregation in the American South in 1961.
The film can be viewed FREE online at: http://video.pbs.org/video/1925571160/
Another perspective. Know your history or resign yourself to repeating it.
Her passionate words still ring true today. We have to stop cherry picking our American history. Otherwise, we’re damned to repeat it time and time again. Without rain, there would be no rainbows. To deny the harsh, ugly realities of our past is to deny the beauty of resiliency, perseverance, and real progress for all who made 2015 America possible.
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Changing times from the perspective of a 20 something…
We, kids born in late eighties, were lucky to be born in an era where the economic independence was ushering in and hence we have seen the likes of McDonald’s, Dominoz coming into our lives when we kids used to bargain eating there with our parents.
More importantly we have luckily lived our lives before mobile phones and internet became irreplaceable items in our lives. We valued our family times,festivals, meals,gully cricket, once in a year visit to restaurant and movie theatre.
Summer vacation was about visiting our maternal grandparents home.
We were kids who are now in late 20s and hence growing into the main force of work as well as consumer force.
Our parents have been mostly govt officials and we have spent our lives with limited resources and small houses with verandah, gardens mostly govt quarter.
We have seen the struggle yet we were decently provided for…
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I was scanning StumbleUpon today and came across this article. It has great tips on changing your life in 100 days. Although many of these we have covered ad nauseam I believe you will find the list interesting. You should live your life in a constant struggle against complacency; always improving in at least one area. Contemplate life every day and refuse to accept the norm.
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