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I love to study successful people and I don’t just mean the financially successful. I’m talking about the people who are successful in their internal and external world. These are the people who live with inner-peace and outer-joy and fulfilment.
I’ve learned that success leaves clues. As long as you’re following the path of those who have achieved what you’re after, you will start picking up what it took them to get to where they are.
In this post, you will learn 11 different habits that I’ve learned and observed from people make the most out of life and the best part; you can model these habits into your life and live a more complete and successful life.
How many productivity tips have you read in your life?
I know I lost count years ago, but I’m always interested to learn more.
A good productivity tip is easy to follow and easy to implement. It shouldn’t take 1,000 words to explain.
That’s why this infographic is so awesome. 50 quick productivity tips that you can use. Today. Here it is…
When you see advertising, read books and watch the latest movies, everything can seem pretty black and white.
You see headlines like “You Will Die Tomorrow if You Don’t Start Practicing This One Health Tip” – I may be exaggerating a little, but sadly, not by much.
Everyone has the right answer, don’t they?
Everyone can tell you the best diet and why the others are faulty. The same goes for exercise, and your finances.
It’s in our nature as human beings to think we’re right. Plus, article titles like the one above get a lot of clicks.
But here’s the truth about the information out there…
Sleep is underrated. It may not feel like that when you’re trying to climb out of bed in the morning – that’s when you really understand the value of sleep. Yet so many people wake up tired every morning and never change their routine.
That’s not you though. You’re smarter than that.
You read trendy articles about sleeping yourself to success.
We’re talking about actual sleep here. Not the other kind of “sleeping” your way to success. Get your mind out of the gutter! I’m going to explain the importance of sleep, and mostly, how to do it well.
If you run a business, you wear many hats. You might be in charge of everything from invoicing to marketing and financial planning. One of your tasks is writing. You need to create material for your website, blogs or articles to showcase your knowledge within your industry, and letters to potential clients. If improving your writing skills is the last thing on your mind, these online tools can offer some helpful support.
Have you ever heard the saying “you either win or you learn?”
Or the popular “you have to fail forward”?
I’m sure you understand the idea of using situations, good and bad, as learning experiences, but that’s easier said than done, right?
It’s easy to talk about learning in every situation, but when you’re upset, angry or disappointed, it doesn’t seem so easy.
It starts with your perspective. Here’s how to learn from everything and everyone…
Meditation has been around for centuries, and yet, it can still be a controversial topic.
Most of the people who recommend meditating start by saying something like “I know you think this is some sort of eastern ritual” or “you might think you have to be Buddhist to meditate”.
I admit, it does carry that connotation, or at least it used to. I’ll spare you. I’m going to assume you’re wanting to implement meditation as a self-improvement tactic, or as a way to clear your mind and increase your focus.
That being said, here’s a guide to meditation for the average person who wants more clarity and a clear mind…
We could all read more to improve our lives.
It seems like, no matter how many books we want to read, we always feel like we don’t read enough.
Sure, we may get lost in fiction books, and that’s great (I’ve actually been reading a lot more fiction lately), but as far as reading books on the areas of our life that we want to improve, we’re often lacking.
Here’s the thing, reading more may not be the answer. There’s a better way, that actually works…