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What is the most important letter in the alphabet?

How can you change instantly from a bad habit?

How to you improve everything?

 

Y = Why

 

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Doing Things Slowly

by Madisyn Taylor

Take time to slow down, rushing never gets you anywhere but onto the next activity or goal.

Life can often feel like it's zipping by in fast forward. We feel obliged to accelerate our own speed along with it, until our productivity turns into frenzied accomplishment. We find ourselves cramming as much activity as possible into the shortest periods of time. We disregard our natural rhythms because it seems we have to just to keep up. In truth, rushing never gets you anywhere but on to the next activity or goal.

Slowing down allows you to not only savor your experiences, but also it allows you to fully focus your attention and energy on the task at hand. Moving at a slower pace lets you get things done more efficiently, while rushing diminishes the quality of your work and your relationships. Slowing down also lets you be more mindful, deliberate, and fully present. When we slow down, we are giving ourselves the opportunity to reacquaint ourselves to our natural rhythms. We let go of the "fast forward" stress, and allow our bodies to remain centered and grounded. Slowing down is inherent to fully savoring anything in life. Rushing to take a bath can feel like an uncomfortable dunk in hot water, while taking a slow hot bath can be luxuriant and relaxing. A student cramming for a test will often feel tired and unsure, whereas someone who really absorbs the information will be more confident and relaxed. Cooking, eating, reading, and writing can become pleasurable when done slowly. Slowing down lets you become more absorbed in whatever it is you are doing. The food you eat tastes better, and the stories you read become more alive.

Slowing down allows you to disconnect from the frenzied pace buzzing around you so you can begin moving at your own pace. The moments we choose to live in fast forward motion then become a conscious choice rather than an involuntary action. Learning to slow down in our fast-moving world can take practice, but if you slow down long enough to try it, you may surprise yourself with how natural and organic living at this pace can be.

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Make a Change Today: One Thing You Need to Stop Doing to Yourself

 

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Un-Forgiveness. What is it good for? Absolutely nothing.

 

There is no upside to un-forgiveness. Forgiveness doesn’t mean you are condoning their bad behavior. It doesn’t mean they shouldn’t be held accountable for their actions. It doesn’t mean you are setting yourself up for future victimization. Withholding forgiveness doesn’t punish the offender. It actually punishes yourself because it is a form of self-attack and self-sabotage.

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Feeling Stuck?

5 Strategies to Get Unstuck and Create Momentum Toward Your Passion  

 
 
 

There’s nothing worse than that feeling of being stuck.

You aren’t happy with your life right now, but you feel paralyzed to do anything about it.

Either you have no idea what you want, or you have no idea how to go about getting what you want. Or both. So you wind up doing nothing, languishing in your job, your relationship, your life in general.

When we feel stuck like this, we end up filling our time with distractions and make-work. We watch a lot of TV, surf the Internet, play video games, or go shopping to buy things we don’t need. We might become overly-involved in some other person’s life and personal business because we don’t have anything exciting going on in our own.

Sometimes we do self-destructive things like drink too much, smoke too much, or sleep too much. During waking hours we spend too much time thinking about how frustrated and unhappy we are, further entrenching our emotions in despair. Of course this spills over to our relationships and physical health.

Occasionally we have glimmers of inspiration and action. Maybe we do a little research on career opportunities. Maybe we read a book or blog that ignites a spark. But then that cloud of confusion and uncertainty descends — “Am I on the right track? Is this what I’m supposed to be doing?”

 
 

Being stuck is a vicious cycle. The longer you are stuck, the more deeply you become entrenched in inertia. Your energy is sapped from the internal struggle of trying to “figure it out.”

 
 

When we get stuck like this, the last thing we need to do is to stay in our heads trying to figure it out. Your brain has already created a habit of over-thinking, criticizing, and self-doubt. You need something to break the cycle of thoughts and behaviors that keep you stuck, followed by another something that will kick-start momentum in a positive direction toward your passion.

I’ve found these strategies do the trick when trying to get unstuck and create the momentum you need to change your life circumstances:

 
 

1. Apply the rubber band trick

 
 

This little trick helps break the over-thinking and negativity that clouds your ability to act. Put a rubber band on your wrist. As soon as you find yourself fretting about your situation or thinking negative thoughts, gently pop the rubber band or move it from one wrist to another.

This physical action momentarily interrupts the thought pattern and gives you time to re-direct yourself. And this is the important part. Once you apply the trick, you need to do something else entirely that requires your mental or physical concentration.

Think in advance about what these actions might be. You could organize your desk, pay the bills, read a book to your child, phone friend (without discussing your negative thoughts), go for a walk. Have a list of ideas prepared and keep it handy for these moments.

If you are stuck in your car or elsewhere and can’t do something, then re-direct your thoughts to something positive or mentally challenging. Make a mental list of everything you are grateful for. Work on memorizing a poem. Sing one of your favorite songs. Do whatever you can do to interrupt the habit of over-thinking and negativity.

 
 

2. Ban yourself from bad behaviors

 
 

What negative, soul-numbing, unproductive behaviors are you engaging in as a way to desensitize yourself from the pain of being stuck? These behaviors are not only a waste of time, they also diminish your self-esteem and rob you of the energy you need to do the positive work of finding your passion.

You’ve created a habit around turning to these behaviors to soothe yourself. You need to create new habits that are positive, purposeful, and confidence-boosting. Make a list of activities you can do instead of watching TV, surfing the net, or shopping (or whatever your behavior might be).

These could include . . .

  • taking a walk
  • clearing clutter and organizing a room
  • exercising
  • experimenting with a craft or hobby
  • volunteering
  • journaling
 
 

3. Reconnect to joy

 
 

Often when we are stuck, we forget that we were ever happy or felt joyful about anything in life. We lose sight of what once brought us joy and gave us that sense of being alive and engaged in something fun and exciting.

iStock 000011981335XSmall Feeling Stuck? 5 Strategies to Get Unstuck and Create Momentum Toward Your PassionSo add this to your list of activities to replace your bad behaviors. Buy yourself a journal, and mentally go back in time. Think about your earliest childhood memories and the times you were blissfully engaged in play or a project. What were you doing? How did it feel? Tease out the elements of the activity that made you joyful.

Do this exercise with all stages of your life — your teenage years, young adulthood, during your career, etc. Make a list of everything that gave you that sense of being “in the flow” and fully alive. This can include relationships, travel, projects, hobbies, anything that put you in that state of aliveness.

As you reflect on these activities, sit with each of them mentally for a few minutes so you can actually re-experience some of the feelings you had at the time. Just the act of re-living joyful memories will boost your mood in the current moment.

This exercise has the benefit of both boosting your mood and reminding you of possible passionate endeavors you might consider for the future.

 
 

4. Stimulate creativity

 
 

When you feel stuck, your creative juices shut down. Your negative behaviors and thoughts block the flow of inspired and imaginative thinking. But you can open the creativity valve again by engaging in creative activities.

I would strongly recommend keeping a daily journal in which you write your thoughts and ideas, no matter how seemingly mundane or insignificant. Keep the journal by your bed to write down late-night insights or dreams you remember upon awakening. Keep a small notebook in your purse or pocket or use your smart phone to jot down ideas or insights you have throughout the day.

In addition, try these creative pursuits . . .

  • listen to beautiful classical music
  • draw or paint for fun, even if you have no skill at it
  • write a short story or poem
  • create a vision board
  • plant a garden or flowers
  • prepare a healthy meal from scratch
 
 

If you want more ideas to enhance creativity, read the book The Artist’s Way Feeling Stuck? 5 Strategies to Get Unstuck and Create Momentum Toward Your Passion by Julia Cameron.

 
 

5. Honestly assess your current life

 
 

Once you begin the process of becoming “unstuck” and creating momentum (by working on the actions above), take an honest look at your current life. Do this during a time when you feel good mentally and emotionally. You want to assess your current life from a balanced and realistic perspective.

Analyze your . . .

  • career
  • relationships
  • lifestyle
  • finances
  • personal development
  • skills
  • spiritual life
 
 

Write a page header in your journal for each of these life areas. Then think about everything that is working well for you in each area. You may be surprised how many good things are going on for you right now, in your current life. Feeling stuck paints your entire life with a broad brushstroke of negativity. But the reality may be different.

After you list what is working for you, go back and list what isn’t working. Where do you feel frustration, boredom, anxiety, sadness, or emptiness? Write down these things as well for each life area. From your list, pick one issue that is causing you the most difficulty. If there are more than one, just pick one at random.

Brainstorm three small actions you can take in the next week to address this issue. These actions can be anything from making a phone call to meeting with a coach or counselor. They just need to be some action to move you forward with positive action. Continue with this exercise each week, assigning yourself weekly actions. This will give you a sense of productivity and control over your life and circumstances.

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Part Of The Process of Feeling Stuck

by Mark I Myhre

 

When we feel stuck in our lives it’s important to take stock of what is going on and find out if there is something we are doing or not doing that is keeping us stuck. Sometimes the situation is out of our control, and we need to look within to find the patience required to wait with equanimity until things move forward again.

 

Many times, though, we can find the source of our stagnation in our own hearts and minds. Sometimes we are clinging to old ideas about reality and we need to make adjustments that will bring us back in tune with life, so we can flow again. Sometimes we find that fear of change is what’s keeping us stuck, and we can resolve to find ways of facing that fear.


If introspection does not provide the answers we need, it can sometimes be helpful to ask those around you if they notice anything obvious that you might not be able to see. Remember to ask someone whom you can trust to be kind and sensitive as well as honest. Try to let go of your resistance because whenever there is something we can’t see ourselves, it’s because we don’t want to see it.

 

Try to listen with an open mind, and remember that you are always the final judge of what you need. Anything offered to us from an outside source will need to be processed within before its wisdom can take hold.

 

In all this, be kind to yourself and remember that we all get stuck sometimes. Think of it as a part of your process, a necessary step on your journey, rather than as a problem that shouldn’t be happening. This can help to keep your frustration at bay and give you the space you need to take a deep breath and really figure out what’s going on.



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The Path To Adulthood – Healing The Pain

by Mark I Myhre

 

 

I want to explain a little bit more about what it takes (at least from my perspective!) to get to adulthood.

And by the way, I see adulthood as one of the ultimate goals of all people.

Not to mention all the benefits it offers, which we looked at in the last article.

 

In a normal, natural world, adulthood probably happens on its own. When there’s not much childhood pain, then you would naturally tend to generate healthy aspects of self – ego, child, adolescent, and parent. And you would expect them to work together for the common good. But as you know, this isn’t a normal, natural world. So… read more............

 

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The Importance of Goal Setting: Running or Scampering

from: Christine Gray

Goal setting. Is there a big difference between scampering and running? Sure, they're both actions designed to make person move fast, but the difference lies in goal setting. When a person scampers, it is without purpose. A person who is scampering moves to no purpose. It is an action performed instinctively. However, a person who runs does it to achieve a goal. Which one do you prefer to do?

Goal setting is the key to achieving success in life. If you set goals, you will be able to know which steps to take. Setting goals does not mean you make a list on what to do or what not to do. That would merely be the semblance of goal setting. True goal setting involves commitment.

No matter how much effort you make, if you do not have direction, you will be wasting your energy. How can one have direction without a goal? Goal setting is important because it is the first step towards a journey. People may think that we started out without having any real goals, but let us examine life for a moment: When a sperm is first released, it has a goal, does it not? It swims towards the egg. This goal gives it direction.

As we mature in life, our goals get bigger and more ambitious. However, we still set goals. Goal setting is an inherent part of life. It answers the question of purpose. It tells us why we have to live, if only until the next day.

As mentioned before, goal actually gives us direction. For without goals, where would we direct our efforts to? Goal setting is the key and essentially gives us the first step in our individual journeys.

Think of it: When you set a goal, you try to follow the most direct route towards it. So you take the first few steps towards achieving that goal. In setting a goal, you will always have the first step. However, in life, we encounter little detours. Sometimes, in order to reach our set goal, we must first accomplish another one.

Goal setting is the key to achieving success in life. If you set goals, you will be able to know which steps to take. Setting goals does not mean you make a list on what to do or what not to do. That would merely be the semblance of goal setting. True goal setting involves commitment.

In true goals setting you need to be able to put your heart into it and commit yourself to achieving that goal. From the moment you set a goal, every effort you make will be directed towards the achievement of that goal.

Goal setting is important in life because it allows you to measure yourself. Nobody knows why measuring one's self is so important. Perhaps it has something to do with self-improvement. Sometimes it has something to do with the realization that you are doing something in life. However, goal setting will allow you to measure yourself by how close you are to achieving a goal. Through proper goal setting, you will be able to see just how far you've come and how far you will still be able to go.

Another importance of goal setting is that it allows you to know your purpose in life. Goal setting will prevent you from questioning your existence. Sure, some people find wisdom in questioning the meaning of life, but people who do not find answers to this question often end up in despair.

If there is one thing that people seek in life more than food, clothing, or shelter, it would be order.
Goal setting gives you order.

Christine P. Gray is a recognized authority on the subject of goal setting. Her website www.selfimprovementsguide.com provides a wealth of informative articles and resources on everything you will need to know about self improvement. All rights reserved. Articles may be reprinted as long as the content and links remains intact and unchanged.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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10 Tips For Traveling Through Life I Learned

               From Dr. John C. Maxwell

 

Tip #1: Travel Light. – You can always tell the difference between an experienced traveler and a new one… by the size of their luggage. John mentioned that too many people travel through life with a lot of emotional baggage, which they’ve not yet learned to let go.

Traveling light is about finding your priorities… carrying only the essential stuff… Oh yes… and asking for forgiveness along the way.


Tip #2: Take someone with youLife is about relationships. Isn’t it awfully lonely to travel through life alone?

Maybe you’ve been hurt before, but that doesn’t mean that you should close your heart. It only means that you know the characteristics you don’t want in a partner/friend.

Let time heal your heart and then find someone to travel through life with.


Tip #3: Follow The Road Map – Have a game plan. If you do not know where you are going, then how can you hope to get there?

It is important to know where you are (A) by doing self-reflection everyday and where you want to go (B) by setting goals… but do not succumb to “destination disease”.  Life is not only about reaching B. Life HAPPENS between A and B! Enjoy the journey…


Tip #4: Take The High Road -”Those who are instruments of grace to others become recipients of grace to themselves”.

John talks about the necessity of having a life stance – your overall frame of reference – your attitude, assumptions and expectations of yourself, others around you and life.

Taking the high road means that you do not keep score. You learn to forgive others and do your best to help the people around you.


Tip #5: Stop And Ask For Directions -Most people are too stubborn or proud to do that. They would rather go around in circles than stop to ask someone for directions.

Remember that no matter the direction you are heading, it’s very likely that someone else has already been there and done that. Be prepared to ask for advice… and shortcut your learning curve.


Tip #6: Make A U-Turn When Needed -”Life is the art of drawing without an eraser.” You can’t turn back time when you have made a mistake… but you can change directions and make a U-turn before it’s too late.

Sometimes, we may find ourselves headed into a dead end… the sooner we realize we have to make a change and do it, the more likely we will find ourselves back on a safe route.

Remember… not changing when you have to may lead to death!


Tip #7: Appreciate The Detours – Life is not a smooth one way street. Along the way, you will meet obstacles and challenges. Appreciate and learn to take the detours.


I love the way John reframed “Problems”. He said that problems are…


Predictors

Reminders

Opportunities

Blessings

Lessons

Everywhere

Messages

Solvable


Could you see how that can be really empowering?


Tip #8: Take Pictures – Create Memories.

Now this is an advice I need to take seriously… if not only for the fact that I seldom take pictures.


John suggests that you should….

Work like you don’t need the money
Dance like no one is watching
Sing like no one is listening
Love like you’ve never been hurt
Live like it’s heaven on earth

How beautiful is that?


Tip #9: Travel The Extra Mile – And then some…

Who knows what you would find in that extra mile? Another adventure… A beautiful sight… A lovely encounter… An enchanting lover…

Go the extra mile… it may be worth the whole journey.


Tip #10: Stop To Smell The Roses – Remember not to rush though life… Take some time out to appreciate its beauty… Enjoy the butterflies’ dance… and last but not least, be grateful… for everyone and everything in your life.

 

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How To Control Any Conversation Simple - Strategies You Can Use Today

 

Strategies For Taking Control Of Any Conversation


When it comes to taking control in a conversation there are many effective strategies you can use to gain the upper hand even if in the past you found yourself at the mercy of others in more powerful positions. This post will put you back in control by showing you how to access your own power to communicate with impact while still maintaining rapport.

 

Control ultimately begins in the mind. How you look at a situation can either empower you or detract from your sense of control over unfolding events. For many people conversations are random events where the other party sets the agenda and directs the flow of conversation. This does not need to be the case.

 

You can learn how to direct any conversation and how to take charge, stand up for yourself and make your voice heard. This goes far beyond assertiveness. This is about expressing your true personality and taking control when you choose to. And best of all you can do so in a way that makes people responsive to what you are saying.

 

Info Gathering Principles:

Always look for and align with commonalities


It is very important when talking to someone to listen carefully for clues that reveal what you both have in common. This information is essential for building deeper rapport. Later in the conversation you will use shared opinions and outlooks to bridge to topics or points you want to make.

 

How do you discover commonality? By listening carefully to what the other person says and even more importantly to how he stresses and emphasises points that matter to him. Look for shifts in voice tone that indicate enthusiasm, heightened interest or concern.

 

You can then ask questions at these key points to get a deeper understanding of how he feels about that topic, and, why it matters so much. The “why” is very revealing so make sure to explore further to discover key beliefs that dictate his world view.

 

Engage in active listening


In this the information gathering phase of taking control it is essential that you demonstrate exceptional listening skills. Listen to what is said, how it is said and watch the associated body language.

 

By being such a good listener you encourage the other person to open up and talk freely – this allows the conversation to flow and ensures open honest communication. If you fail to do this you have little chance of taking control of the conversation later because you will have neglected to identify the specific manner in which the other person likes to communicate. Further, by not getting deep rapport early on it becomes very difficult to achieve it later.

 

Observe talking style


Now, we turn our attention to how the other person speaks rather than to what he is saying. We need to know if he is a fast, moderate or slow talker. Does he speak up when he wants to emphasize a key point? Does he pause and use silence to build anticipation before making a point? We need to know. Why? Because later on we will speak in his style to “speak his language” to take control. If we do not it is unlikely he will even hear what we have to say let alone respond to it.

 

Other points to look out for:


- physical movements while talking
- facial expressions when speaking
- breathing rate and variations
- eye movement, intensity and degree of focus

 

Use of language


Some people like to use complex language to impress others. They will use technical jargon, insider terms and uncommon words to say what could be said with everyday language. When you encounter this pay special attention so you can use some of the same words to match their speaking style.

Make mental notes to use those words that you fully understand and ask for clarification for any words that you do not understand. It is important to match the language usage and sometimes to mismatch it to take back control of the dialogue.

 

However you need to pay special attention and recall key words and phrases later if you are going to use this tactic. Then, you will have a simple way to get the other person`s attention before taking over the direction of the discussion.

 

Identify sense of importance


One great pattern to spot is one I call displayed self-importance. When you meet someone for the first time listen and look for evidence of pride or even arrogance. This can come across in a watered down form as a kind of benevolent authoritative all knowingness. This is worth spotting and its even better if you can narrow down the range of knowledge or experience that this pride applies to. Let´s say the guy is proud of his business success, ask what is his most proud of and why. When you know that you have valuable information that you will reflect back later to win his attention and agreement.

 

On the other hand, there are many people who display humility even to the degree of feeling awkward about their accomplishments. These individuals may be wonderful people, tremendously interesting and very skilled in their profession but you`ll never know it unless you get to know them better.

These are humble people who value results and success but have no need to shout about it. How can you spot these people? They often are very precise when it comes to their area of expertise but quietly confident without saying much about what they have done. They have a quiet solid sense of self-acceptance that makes it fun to talk to them.

 

How can you identify what he is most proud of? It takes a little more digging around but you can still figure it out. Once you have a good rapport, ask directly what is he most proud of and why. You may get a superficial answer at first so be prepared to ask again, more gently, until he really answers.

We want to know what others are proud of and just as importantly – why. This information gathering will be very helpful later when we want to speak their language and take control!

 

I hope you will now practice the points we’ve just covered, if you do, you’ll discover how easy it is to create deep rapport with people as well as how to regain control in conversation.

 

If you enjoyed this post, you can find my more advanced strategies for conversation control along with conversation blueprints in my book How To Control Any Conversation at Amazon.com.

 

 


 

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Where Does Self Hate Come From?

 

Mark Ivar Myhre writes: "I’m a little surprised by the number of people who say self-hate is an issue for them. On the face of it, it makes no sense. Why in the world – when you have the entire range of emotion at your disposal - would you choose to hate yourself? I can see hating injustice; that’s how things change around here. But hating yourself?"        Read more.........



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7 Tricks to Improve Your Memory

 

By Dr. Mercola

 

It was once believed that brain function peaked during early adulthood and then slowly declined, leading to lapses in memory and brain fog during your golden years.

 

Now it's known that our modern lifestyle plays a significant role in contributing to cognitive decline, which is why exposure to toxins, chemicals, poor diet, lack of sleep, stress, and much more can actually hinder the functioning of your brain.

 

The flipside is also true in that a healthy lifestyle can support your brain health and even encourage your brain to grow new neurons, a process known as neurogenesis.

 

Your brain's hippocampus, i.e. the memory center, is especially able to grow new cells and it's now known that your hippocampus regenerates throughout your entire lifetime (even into your 90s), provided you give it the tools to do so.

 

These "tools" are primarily lifestyle-based, which is wonderful news. You don't need an expensive prescription medication or any medical procedure at all to boost your brain, and your memory. You simply must try out the following tricks to improve your memory.     read more........

 

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http://youtu.be/aD_oj1cCmTk
http://youtu.be/d2gJ3LBsK6Y


 

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