How we dress ourselves is a personal choice and a form of art; the clothes we choose to wear send out subliminal messages that can be used to interpret our personalities. Colors are a visual stimulus and they can inspire and energise, or enhance aggression, passion and calm. Some even believe that we don’t just […]Lire la suite de "What the color of our clothes says about our personality"
“I’m so sorry I didn’t call you back, I was so busy!” I experience communication like this all the time. We break obligations and commitments because we’re “so busy.” And then this: “You understand, right?” When I lived in Los Angeles, it was easy to back out of plans. It seemed acceptable to be too […]Lire la suite de "Why all your friends are too busy for you. The text that make me drop my lame excuses."
You are not what you do. You are not what you don’t do. You are not the job title. You are not a labeled societal sub group. You are not your personality; You are not a happy person, a depressed person or an angry person. You are not a definition of your own qualities. Who […]Lire la suite de "Remember who you really are."
Confucius was a highly influential Chinese thinker and philosopher who focused on issues of morality and relationships from a personal and society perspective. Chinese culture revolves largely around what Confucius philosophy and is an amazing perspective to consider for people in the west. Here are 9 powerful lessons based on Confucius teachings. 1) Keep going […]Lire la suite de "9 powerfull Confucius philosophies that can change your life"
The only moment that truly exists is the here and now, and that is the key to living life in a mindful way. With the stress of family and career, it is hard not to get caught up in the rush of everyday life. By practicing mindfulness everyday, we learn to embrace the truth that […]Lire la suite de "A Zen Master reveals 10 Essential Mindful Habits That Will Make You Much Happier"
Sometimes I look back on the four months I spent at an art program in Greece as my era of enlightenment, or something. This is partly because I came to know a musician/artist/guru/sorceress named Abby, who seemed to know all the answers. I reached such a blissful, purposeful state in Greece that my only fear was […]Lire la suite de "Whenever I’m feeling down, I take 5 minutes and read this.."
“We have nothing to fear but fear itself.” ~ Franklin Roosevelt Our fears keep us locked in our heads and ultimately limit our potential. We can not be happy when our potential is limited. These are our six basic fears: Fear of poverty. Fear of criticism. Fear of ill health. Fear of loss of love or […]Lire la suite de "6 basic fears limiting our potential"
Time is a commodity. Many would argue that it’s the world’s most valuable commodity. But there are a lot of misconceptions about time. One of the biggest misconceptions is that you can somehow save time. But the truth is, you can only spend it. There is no way to get it back once it’s gone, […]Lire la suite de "How Billionaires maximize their time"
Before Kathryn Minshew decided to found The Muse, a career and employment platform, she thought she wanted to be a diplomat. So, early on in her career she gained experience working at the Clinton Health Access Initiative, McKinsey & Company, the US Department of State, and the World Health Organization. Eventually, though, she realized that […]Lire la suite de "A C.E.O shares the best advice she received before launching her own business"
1. Feel There seems to be some wild misconception that men shouldn’t talk about their feelings, but the real men I know feel. Rather than repressing their emotions, they talk about their feelings. They have the balls to sit down with an open heart and speak from a place that isn’t guarded or shut down. They don’t hear the words […]Lire la suite de "10 things real men do"