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Is happiness the key to life?
For many, it is. But it’s so easy to get caught up worrying about our own happiness.
We can actually turn happiness into an idol that we worship, without even realizing it.
I’m not going to go into the religious implications of that, but I’m sure you would agree that idols aren’t the healthiest things to form. And you’re right. Regardless of your religious or spiritual beliefs, happiness makes a terrible idol.
There is a way to achieve happiness without idolizing it, and it’s actually easier than you may think.
This guide is for the average person who wants to start a blog and understands that, though it’s easy to start a blog, turning a blog into a money-making machine or even just a full-time income isn’t always easy, but it is doable and highly rewarding.
If you’re willing to put in the time and effort to make your blog successful, this guide is for you.
If you’re looking to make a quick buck, and you aren’t interested in helping anyone, this guide is not for you.
If this is for you, then check out this complete guide that shows you how to start a blog, get traffic, and make money.
So you’ve decided that a life of debt isn’t for you.
Congratulations! Good choice. Welcome to the club.
You know the first step to seeing big results is to sell your expensive vehicle, but there’s one problem.
You’re upside down. Way upside down. And it looks like you may not get flipped back over.
Don’t panic! You have some options, and you can still make this work. Here’s how.
“A university is just a group of buildings gathered around a library.” – Shelby Foote
Jim Rohn says “most large, exquisite homes have a library. Does that tell you something?”
There’s a reason these homes have libraries. The books in that library are one of the reasons they are where they are today. Of course, you don’t need an expensive house to have a library. A bookshelf in your bedroom or an empty closet works just fine.
If you’re short on space, go through your books and get rid of the junk first. Make room.
Jim Rohn gives guidelines in his books and seminars for what he believes should be in a basic home library.
Here’s Rohn’s advice, plus more on starting your home library.
I’ve always promoted the idea of starting small when creating new habits.
We all know that we can’t start a new workout routine by running 10 miles a day. That’s obvious. But even if you aren’t starting that big, you may be starting too big.
It’s usually not starting way too big that messes us up, it starting just a little bigger than we should have. Just big enough to stop the habit after a few days, weeks or months.
This is where tiny habits come in.
Bj Fogg, PhD, has started a habit revolution with tiny habits. And people are accomplishing amazing things by implementing them.
I’m going to show you how they work and how you can start implementing tiny habits today. Right now, actually…
Marketing at an exhibition can bring new challenges. You will be promoting your business at an event which is attended almost solely by your target market, but you’ll be competing to win them over. It’s important to remember your competitors will be facing the same challenge and will be taking it seriously. Have you thought about how to make sure your potential customers choose you over your competitors?
Living under the burden of debts is not exactly the life any individual wishes for. Day in and day out you have to toil hard and meet your ends as well as get out of debt. This kind of life can invite severe repercussions financially, physically as well as psychologically. So it is imperative that you might consider a credit counseling firm. In this article, we shall be illustrating the basic definition and purpose of credit counseling as well as put light on the process itself.
Saving is something we all know we should do but is far easier said than done. It seems simple, save a little each month for a rainy day but far too often our month outlasts our money and there is not much to put aside. It is always tough to break your bad spending habits and be more ‘sensible’ with your hard earned money but here are some tips that will help you make the change.