I’m sure, by now, most of us have noticed that summer has departed and a change of seasons is upon us. The kids are now back in school, baseball’s been replaced by soccer, and for some of us we can just feel it in our bones. New Seasons = New Routine For most of us, a change in seasons means a change in our daily routine and issues with staying focused. I know for me, and people in my part of the country, the new routine may soon include leaving for school or work a little
If you want things to change, you are going to have to change the way you do things. Have you ever heard the Albert Einstein quote “The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results”? I’ve never heard a truer statement. However, as with many seemingly obvious observations, it’s one of the most common mistakes people make. Now don’t get me wrong, some things require discipline and more upfront effort for the long-term payou
Finding new and creative blog approaches can be a great outlet, a way to get exposure for your company page, and even profitable. Doing a google search on just about any topic is more likely to provide links to more blogs than news articles. That’s great news for bloggers but it also means the competition is tough. In order to stand out and keep yourself engaged, you need to get creative with your blogging. I’ve rounded up some ways that you can spice up your blog! 1. Change
Sometimes it’s hard to put your priorities first instead of the things that we want to do. It’s a beautiful day, there’s a new movie out, you want to spend time with friends; we can usually find unlimited things that we’d rather be doing than the things we are supposed to be doing. There is usually that little voice in the back of our head reminding us of our responsibilities. But do we listen to that voice? Well, maybe sometimes. But, probably not as often as we should.
Overcomplicating things can create a lot more struggle than it’s worth. We all overcomplicate our lives at some time or another. We blow up over something minuscule and wonder where all the emotion is coming from. It isn’t healthy and it isn’t conducive to productivity or happiness. A mountain from a molehill, an exaggeration of complexity, a simple situation into a stressful one; when we start overcomplicating things we take a situation that could have been easily handled
There are many ways you can use words to identify what you want out of life. Start by thinking about what is it you “want” from your life today? Is it more time? Better communication skills? How about a calm, quiet mind? Why don’t we take some time to figure it out and cultivate your “wants” into “haves?” I’m going to provide just a few examples here. Pick one, all, or your own. Write It Down Find and dust off that trusty little journal of yours and open it up to a blank pag
You need to make a change to make things change. Have you ever heard the Albert Einstein quote ““The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results”? Personally, I’ve never heard a truer statement. But, as with many seemingly obvious observations, it’s one of the most common mistakes people make. Evaluating Progress for Change Now don’t get me wrong, some things require discipline and sincere effort in order to achieve th