What do you think about when you hear the word “procrastination?” Do you feel embarrassed, guilty or ashamed that you are putting off tasks that you know you have to do? Rather than dump on yourself for procrastinating, why not ask yourself why you are procrastinating. The answers will give you some valuable clues as to how you are living your life. So think of procrastination as your friend as you begin to dissect the reasons you are procrastinating and use the following tips to start doing all those things that you may have been putting off!
There appears to be much conflict, suffering and violence occurring in the world at the moment. While propaganda plays a part in geopolitics and government agendas and as corporations pit humanity and the environment against the economy, we have to question, what is the purpose and end game of creating such suffering and degradation? While I don’t have the answers I can only turn to those who have gone before us to give some insight into what a world of harmony, love and compassion looks like…
Deeply engaging the processes that give us life, we surrender to Life as process, rather than product. We learn to truly value the fruits of each process, and the other beings that participate in them. We see the interconnected relationships that nurture our own existence. We participate more fully, and come closer to Life itself.
If you are kind, people may accuse you of selfish, ulterior motives: Be kind anyway. If you are successful you will win some false friends and true enemies: Succeed anyway. If you are honest and frank people will try to cheat you: Be honest anyway. What you spend years building, someone could destroy overnight: Build anyway. If you find serenity and happiness, they may be jealous of you: Be happy anyway. The good you do today, will often be forgotten by tomorrow: Do good anyway. Give the world the best you have, and it may never be enough: Give your best anyway.
Some people just know what they love. For others, it takes a little more work to dig beneath the surface. Maybe that means tuning out the noise of the outside world to zero in on what you love. It might also mean looking through the swirl of activities in which you are involved and having the courage to choose the one you love best. Knowing the things that you love is a start. The next step is to tap into what you love to do.
“Be yourself.” This is the sage old advice your Mother and friends have given you countless times. But why is it so hard to apply to your life? Why is it so hard to “be yourself”? Perhaps it’s because you don’t know who you really are.
While he will always be remembered for his career, which included excellent performances in both comedies and dramas, Williams’ touched our lives by doing more than entertaining us in films, TV shows, and stand-up specials. In all of those mediums and his personal life, Williams imparted important lessons that can resonate with many people, and will undoubtedly continue to help others’ lives. Here are just some of the lessons that Williams taught me throughout his 63 years, that I will always remember.
As entrepreneurs, leaders, and bosses, we must realize that everything we think about we are projecting into the future. Read on to find the words of wisdom that will inspire your heart, motivate your mind in building your business, leading your life, creating success, achieving your goals, and overcoming your fears. Here are 100 inspirational and motivational quotes that will inspire you to be successful.
Mahatma Gandhi, one of the many beautiful souls that has inspired and continues to inspire so many of us taught me so many valuable and life changing lessons. And in today’s post, I have gathered some of his most inspiring quotes and compiled them into the 26 Life Changing Lessons to Learn from Mahatma Gandhi. Enjoy!
We often use the expression “something feels off” to explain that nagging feeling in the gut we get when anxiety over life creeps in. Now that I’ve lived out my confusion many times, as well as watched and coached others through the discontent, there are five questions that made living it a bit easier:
If you are someone who seeks deep fulfillment in life and longs for true success, you may need a Life Purpose Statement. This is one of the keys to success in life since discovering your purpose will give you a sense of clarity around what you want to achieve, a sense of direction in where to start and the motivation to make it happen. Learn the four-step process that will lead you to discover your life purpose and supercharge your search for fulfillment. Your life purpose is a function of knowing what gives you joy, what your gifts are and how you want to impact other people. You can discover your life purpose by following this 4-step process:
Whenever there is a crisis of identity, whenever people don’t know who they are, whenever the past loses its grip, whenever people are uprooted from the traditional, whenever the past no longer seems relevant, this crisis arises, a great crisis of identity – who are we? what are we supposed to do?
Between painful discomfort with self and self-love is love of truth. Some may say… let go, let go, let go of the discomfort… but you know, I’m kind of an owl person: I like to go into the ‘dark’… maybe if we really can see how things come apart, we can understand how to restore ourselves on a higher level: higher because there is new information digested.
Joe Rogan answers Amber Lyon’s question: “What gives you hope?” While the CLN editors don’t necessarily believe that you need to have a psychedelic experience to appreciate the majesty of life, we love Rogan’s description of the majesty of life starting at 1:15 into the video.