To be afraid of failing is something everyone experiences. It seems that I am especially experienced at being afraid of failing. Being afraid of failing can keep you from taking action.
So you may just fail and of course you might succeed. If you fail, so what? Every successful person (name . . . → Read More: Journey to failing strong
There is a natural law of “getting”. As stated by Newton’s third law “for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction”. While that may be true in literal physics, it can be more complex than that.
Consider how often an action creates a compounding and greater reaction.
For example, . . . → Read More: Get more than you give
We are surprised at the things that happen in our lives. Everything happens for a reason. If you look back, you can find that something caused whatever is happening to you now.
It is important to look to the past to learn. If what is happening in your life now is desirable, learn from . . . → Read More: Cause and effect
Egotism is defined:
e·go·tism [ee-guh-tiz-uhm, eg-uh-] noun 1. excessive and objectionable reference to oneself in conversation or writing; conceit; boastfulness. 2. selfishness; self-centeredness; egoism.
One way I define egotism as any time you take action or make a decision motivated by what someone else thinks you should do. You . . . → Read More: Feeding egotism. Why not?
Part of being human is making mistakes. It’s an unfortunate but necessary part of life. When you make mistakes that affect someone you care about, you risk damaging or possibly ending the relationship. Sometimes you don’t know you made a mistake. So, when you learn that you have, you must take action.
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