Articles about life
Are you lacking enthusiasm for your work? Is life becoming dull and boring? If so, it may be a good time to give Brendon Burchard's 'The Charge' a read. What you find within will help you to recognize that there are ways of breaking out of the mundane and embracing a fully-charged, fully-engaged life.
Have you ever considered the impact that thought has on your life? Have you wondered what the mind is capable of, and how to unlock its dormant potential? In this article, we explore five classic personal development and leadership books that all seem to point to the fact that thought is of the utmost importance for personal success.
If you associate with enough successful people and big thinkers, you may observe that there's a certain book that often gets referenced: The Magic of Thinking Big by David J. Schwartz. It's a classic personal development book, and even though it's quite straightforward and covers almost exactly what you'd...
For a very long time we have heard various experts and sources say that the main cause of illness today is stress. A variety of conditions and negative effects, from hypothyroidism, headaches, hair loss, acne, high blood pressure to fibromyalgia, cystic fibrosis, migraines, heartburn, insomnia, angina, and countless other...
Becoming an entrepreneur isn't just about talent, skills and smarts, though those things can definitely help. It's about adopting the right mindset and developing a persistent action habit, even in the face of apparent failure. Learn the nine essential principles of entrepreneurship.
Og Mandino's The Greatest Mystery in the World is no ordinary personal development book. Weaving the power of storytelling with concrete age-old success principles, this book stands out as a distinctive volume among the myriad of other books belonging to the same genre. Discover the mystery of friendship, the inspiration in self-motivation and the richness of spirituality.
The world tells you to go to school, get good grades, find a good job and work really hard. In the Industrial Age, it was the recipe for success. However, in the emerging Information Age, the status quo is fracturing. Success in today's world requires a different mindset, and a new action plan.
Jeff Olson's The Slight Edge is an essential personal development book for foundational growth. For those who are just beginning their self-help journey, this is a great place to start. For those who are already on the path, this book will fill in the cracks. In this review, we'll take a look at the revised edition.
If you're a blogger, podcaster, video personality, musician or artist, then you're a content producer. The goal of the content producer is to create new things and share them with the world, but sometimes enthusiasm can fizzle out. Inspiration can run dry. This article explains how to take the content you've already created, multiply it, and generate more.
Are you enjoying the freedom that comes from commitment? Commitment allows you to narrow your focus and forsake all other options. It gives you the opportunity to really enjoy a single thing, tactic, person, job, hobby, and so on. This article examines how commitment factors into your online marketing efforts.
The Information Age has arrived. What does this mean for our financial future as individuals? How can we cope with the rapid changes and how should we position ourselves? How can we attain success in this new Age? This article sets out to answer these questions.
In this article, I attempt to describe what it's like to live in the ever-sprawling Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
Do you consider yourself a creative person? Some would say an artist's work involves the observing of the world. In turn, an artist expresses their perception and viewpoint. They explain what they observed, what patterns emerged, and how they felt about it. Can you find the extraordinary in the ordinary? Can you turn your studies into art?
Have you ever started a personal or corporate project and never got around to finishing it? Do you find it difficult to complete tasks and follow through with your plans? Are you stuck in a pattern of unaccountability, either with yourself or with others? You're not alone. There's...
From June 10 to July 9, 2013 I conducted a 30 day challenge that involved taking 30 minutes for 30 consecutive days to study and learn the popular Content Management System, Joomla!. This challenge was a lot of fun, but also quite intense, with all the busyness in my...
Do you have several projects on the go at any given time? Do you have multiple inboxes, a mass of social profiles and subscriptions to feeds, newsletters and podcasts? Are you finding it difficult to stay on top of all of your commitments? This article discusses various strategies and ideas for consolidating your online presence, eliminating distractions and increasing your efficiency.
I was fortunate to have grown up in Japan, and I am so grateful for that experience. Because I was only five when we moved there as a family, I did not experience culture shock to the same extent that someone more set in their ways might have. The...