Our culture may define our status in it, but it doesn’t have to define you. Keeping up with the Jones’ isn’t really that hard to do (just look at my family). You and I know plenty of people working hard to impress their friends, family, and neighbors. I have found that these same people . . . → Read More: Overcoming a major personal blow
Have you ever found yourself spinning your wheels? I felt like this the other day when I had been working hard all day doing all sorts of activities but by the end of the day, I felt like I hadn’t accomplished much. I didn’t feel like I made any real progress that would have . . . → Read More: What’s most important?
‘There just isn’t enough time to get everything done.’ Not only have we heard people say this but you have said it to yourself. The problem with that phrase is that you don’t have to do everything. What you need to do are the things that are most important. And, there IS enough time . . . → Read More: Taking control: You don’t have to do everything
What do you do with idle time? I define idle time when you are doing a mindless activity. Idle time examples could be taking a shower, driving or riding a bus to work or school, doing house work, or any kind of repetitive task that doesn’t require 100% of your attention. What could you . . . → Read More: Another alternative to reading: Podcasts
Our culture expects you to follow the traditional path. It’s sometimes “easier” to follow what everyone expects you to do. You go to school, go to college, get a job, get married, have kids, work until you can retire, retire and eventually die. Following this path is what everyone else does.
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