A Case For The Grey Area – Self Improvement Article

I wish you could see how special you truly are. Instead, you’re focused on what could have been and sad about what will no longer be. I wish you could see the light that radiates every time you enter a room. Instead, you’re locked away in-between those four walls wishing things didn’t play out the way they did. I wish you could see how brave you are for leaving where you grew up for a chance at a better future.…

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How to Focus Better: A Guided Meditation – Meditation Article

If you find it challenging to focus this time of year, it’s not your fault. Combine the enticements of summertime fun, the tendency to get overheated and dehydrated, and our natural penchant for doing many things at once, and you have a recipe for concentration deficit. This lack of focus makes us less productive and is also a leading source of anxiety. One primary way to minimize the effects of all our multi-tasking is to set aside some time during…

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How Your Personality Shapes What Types of Exercise Work Best For You – Self Improvement Article

Everyone knows exercise is good for you, but many have trouble transforming that belief into action and making exercise a consistent habit in their lives. One reason may be lack of motivation or discipline, but another reason could be that you just haven’t yet found the type of exercise that works best for you and resonates with you. The more we know ourselves, the easier it is to create new habits that work for us. So the first step toward…

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How Stress Can Actually Improve the Quality of Your Life – Personal Development Article

When we want something, we generally imagine the form it will take when it manifests. If we’re not careful, however, we can find ourselves attached more to the imagined form than the actual desired outcome. This is like placing an online order and expecting it to come in a blue box shipped by UPS. If we then receive a red box delivered by FedEx, we might not realize that it’s what we ordered, and never even open it! For example,…

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55 Harsh Truths You Have To Accept, No Matter How Shitty They Seem – Personal Development Article

Here are a few harsh truths about the real world brought to you from Ask Reddit.  1. No matter how much anyone likes you or loves you, they have their own life to live and you have your own life to live. No one else is really going to help you or fix things for you. You are on your own and always will be. 2. “Being yourself” often isn’t enough. There is no inherent merit to authenticity (which is…

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Quit Focusing On The Outcome — A Simple Way To Get More Of What You Want.

Part Three: The plateau I spent much of my career on the internet trying to hustle, work harder than everybody else and produce as much content as I could. Like anyone that has tried to focus on outcomes, there comes the inevitable part called ‘the plateau.’ Then there was a period where for about a year there was silence. I hit a major speed bump and wondered if writing about entrepreneurship was what I wanted to do. Out of boredom from…

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5 Pieces of Life Advice from a Warrior and TBI SurvivorPick the Brain

‘When starting from scratch to reinvent yourself choose a powerful and loving mindset.’– Glenn Bott, Survivor, Speaker, Warrior Imagine suddenly waking up with no idea of where you are or why you’re there? Everything looks strange. You have no recollection of anything prior to this moment. You somewhat remember “you”, but only from a deep feeling and familiarity. You can’t remember your name, or anything that happened before this moment. I am very fortunate to fully recover from this normally…

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50 Valuable Pieces Of Advice For Anyone Turning 18

If you are turning 18 this year, you should follow this advice from Ask Reddit.  1. You’re still a kid, and will realize over the years that you still will be a kid until around 30. Even then you’ll still have days where you wonder about your maturity (I’m 34, still wondering myself). Get a credit card and put regular monthly expenses on it. Pay it off every month. It’s not the end of the world to have a balance…

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