Monthly Archives: April 2010

self improvement

The Seven Stages Of Failing At Self Improvement

Self Improvement is a lot like riding a horse (or a bike). Sometimes you go too fast and you fall off. Or you go too slowly and you fall off. And you might do everything right, and still fall off. … Continue reading

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The 3 R’s To Total Happiness

You wake up in the morning and determine to be happy, but your happiness can be short- lived because of other factors not within your control and they are sending negative signals to disturb your peace of mind. To be totally happy you have to handle the three components of happiness well. The three components are resolution, reaction and relation. Let’s take a look at each and every one in detail. Continue reading

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7 Ways To Maintain A Positive Attitude

In today’s life when one is thronged with worries and tensions all around, it is very difficult to maintain a positive attitude. It is even more difficult as one tries to be positive but the surroundings give out negative energies. Let us try and change our modus operandi and work towards a healthier lifestyle. Continue reading


Confidence -An Invitation To Real Love

Confidence. Our mothers and the gurus tell us that we need to have confidence to succeed in love. “Be confident,” they say, “and love is yours.” Sounds great, but the problem is we don’t understand what that really means. Continue reading


Letting Go To Succeed

Everyday I take a break from my work when I get to the point of being tired of what I am doing, and I usually go play basketball. The breaks that I enjoy the most are when I am alone on the court. Uninterrupted. I shoot, shot after shot. I enjoy trying to perfect my shot. I have an inner desire to become gifted. I have come to the point where I know what I need to do to consistently make shots, but I just don’t consistently do what I need to do. Continue reading

Four Steps To Tap Into The Power Of Fear

Fear is something you probably avoid at all costs. If you’re nervous in elevators, you might take the stairs. If you’re afraid of heights, you probably wouldn’t go on a skiing vacation. And if you’re scared of the ocean, the … Continue reading