How do we find satisfaction in our work? Dan Ariely explores this question by presenting findings from his own experiments on what motivates people and how we can use that to create more enjoyable work.
Rather than continually being at the whim of the urge to consume, people are opting for life enhancing experiences instead.
I’ve discovered five important questions that are helping me make progress toward getting more of the right things done.
When we first wake up in the morning we have a great deal of influence over how our day unfolds. This is because we are (usually) well rested and we’ve had time to clear out most of the negativity from the day before. Because your day is a blank slate at this time, it’s a great idea to set aside a few positive affirmations for the morning to get your day started off on the right foot.
As I came to rely more on the inner infinite light of life, I experienced greater safety and success. Only my fears could block access to this infinite spiritual power! I began to align my inner authority with universal authority, allowing the light of life to express through my human self.
Language is powerful. In fact, it is more powerful than the majority of people think. With the Law of Attraction, we attract what we are thinking about. Therefore, when we speak, our words generate thoughts that bring our reality into focus.
Ralph Smart of Infinite Waters shares 20 motivational questions we should all ourselves if we want to stay on track of our own evolution and continue to co-create our greatest life.
Every day you choose how you live your life, whether you’re conscious of it or not. And choosing to live an amazing life doesn’t have to be complicated.
If you are only living in one kind of emotion for a sustained period of time, you are technically flatlined. The same way the brain understands light in contrast to its shadow, we emotionally understand happiness in contrast to other emotions, many of which are heavier. It’s essential to build character, and your emotions make you a fuller person. Embrace them, don’t fight them, that’s technically the same as fighting life.