The purpose of a vacation is to relax and enjoy yourself. However, the reality is that far to many vacations end with you feeling even more stressed and exhausted than you did before you went on vacation.
Your financial plan should encompass your complete financial picture, including your goals and priorities.
You have to make time to spend time with you.
Having the courage to let a stale and unproductive relationship go is a tremendous sacrifice and an act of love.
All couples fight. Successful couples fight right.
Whenever you hit a time where the fun, spontaneity and excitement seem to dissipate just remember that it just a phase and all relationships experience the dreaded rut. Then find creative ways to spice things up.
It doesn’t matter how “lovey-dovey” cute and cuddly you are in the beginning. The honeymoon will end. And when it does you must work in order to make it last.
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Compassion Fatigue is the result of caring too much.
If you find yourself constantly failing to achieve your personal goals or quitting projects midway through–you may need to work to live in a more conscientious fashion.
When done correctly, empathy leads to compassion which is suffering with someone in lieu of merely pitying them.
During the checkout process for most purchases, you are confronted with the question, “Will you be using your (insert store name) credit card to pay for your purchases today?” You respond, “No, thank you. I don’t have a store card.” Then comes the question:…
“I don’t know is not an indictment of incompetence.
We are slaves to our habits. They control us. They dictate our actions and those actions determine our outcomes. When you establish good habits, you get good results.
Ever asked, “Why am I so tired?” Here’s why.
Leadership is your ability to influence. YOU are the common denominator, the equalizer and the “it factor” that determines if you are a good or great leader. YOU are the secret sauce.
While most people do get to experience “happy for a little while,” only a select few make it to “happily ever after.” Relationships are tough. And sustaining a relationship after the butterflies are gone, and you’ve seen her without makeup or have been assaulted by his morning breath–is especially difficult.
“Feedback, when given well, should not alienate the receiver of the feedback but, should motivate them to perform better.” ~Unknown
Hearing the truth can be tough, however, not hearing it could be detrimental.
“Fall seven times, stand up eight…” ~Unknown
Determining your true strengths and inadequacies requires brutal honesty.
A great way to–somewhat–maintain your work independence and still survive financially is to work a part-time job.
Learn to listen to your inner skeptic…
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