"On the field of the Self stand a knowing and a dragon. You are the knight. Resistance is the dragon." -- Steven Pressfield, Do The Work The road to ...
I’m about to give you the best investment tip of your life. This is a tip I received originally from Brian Tracy more than 20 years ago, and i...
It is Monday morning. I am just back from my sister's graduation in Vilnius, Lithuania. I find myself in my working desk at the University of Antwerp. As I enjoy the sweet taste of a croissant and the refined Italian espresso, I notice how the scent of bitter coffee reminds me the fate of life: bitter and sweet at the same time.
Recently I've been asking myself... How can I play a bigger game? How can I play full out? How can I participate in this entrepreneurial game at a ...
When you work from home, every day life can easily sabotage your working schedule. Later quickly turns into next week, or not at all. A false sense of time and succumbing to daily deterrents can easily derail a successful at-home workday.
You can be sweeping floors for five years, doing everything right. No one notices. Yet one day, someone is going to notice. All of a sudden, you'll be going somewhere, because you gave it your best.
Achieving something is a practice, just as meditation, writing every day, working out, eating healthy, etc. are practices as well. Time needs to be allotted to it. As I continued to ponder, I came up with three ways to stay committed to a goal.
Who do you think has a better time? Almost everyone remembers a party they hosted. Few remember the parties they minimally attended. The host is engaged, making it happen, talking to everyone. The guest is only waiting. Who are you? What would it take you to transform yourself from a guest to a host?
I believe that everyone has their own kind of creativity, regardless of job or lifestyle. Creativity has endless forms and ways of expression. It brings out our problem solver. When stress or life or you name it interferes, we become more limited in our ability to innovate and be our best.
Contrary to popular beliefs, there are shortcuts in life and the most successful people in the world use them. One of the biggest shortcuts is asking the right people for help. No matter where it is you want to go, there's a long way and a short way.
Science is producing mounting research that our lives are much better when we practice gratitude.
Conservative and secure are outdated ways of thinking. Although long-term jobs were good for our parents, or grandparents--who intended on working with a single company for 30-40 years, it's horrible advice for the rising generation.
By cultivating gender-related strengths, individuals can perform better, advance further and take a more holistic approach to their careers.
Would you ask your friend to fix the plumbing in your home? Would you ask your spouse to teach you to speak French? So why does it seem normal to rely on our families, friends, and community members to help us achieve our very unique, authentic life goals?
Moving rapidly toward your goals can be difficult. In fact, it is impossible until you make fundamental changes to your life.
"Argue for your limitations and, sure enough, they are yours." ~ Richard Bach Have you ever felt "stuck in the yuck"? You know, that mental, emotio...
I needed to get real. And so I did. And by shining an honest light on my daily rituals and habits, and by projecting where they were aiming my runway, I was able to reclaim my life force and my motivation back from the swamp.
Six strategies for making a better first impression: 1. Stop acting and be your best self: "Be yourself" is the best all-time phrase in personal d...
Here, you will find seven steps to help you extend the flow and ease, and succeed in anything you do from dating, to changing your career, to saving for a new home.
This article was originally published on riskology.co Most of the advice you get growing up is about how to live a well balanced life -- how to h...