Monthly Archives: February 2012

10 Tips to Prepare for a Good Night of Sleep

Getting a good night of sleep might seem like a luxury today but it’s very important for your energy level the next day. When you get enough high-quality sleep you’ll be more energized and productive. Here are ten tips to help you to doze off and to get a good night of sleep. Continue reading

How To Use Questions To Change Your Life

That is not an answer that is at the tip of most people’s tongues. It takes time to excavate the significance of our own stories and experiences. The most effective way to begin this process is to begin probing with questions. As I stated earlier, questions can be catalysts that hint of something better to be found in us. Most of us find our past experiences help us to recall how our strength and resilience got us through the tough times. Continue reading

7 Simple Ways to Boost Your Mood, Right Now

When you’re feeling low, it’s easy to let your mood get on top of you: by snapping at your partner or kids, or procrastinating on your work, or even turning to drugs or alcohol. There are plenty of simple ways to boost your mood, though – so next time you feel bad, try one of these: Continue reading

5 Things that will Transform You from the Inside-Out

Where we are in life is based on our identity. Our beliefs about ourselves are based on that identity. Our future worth and opportunity is based on that identity. Many people think that if they change their circumstances (e.g. getting a new, higher paying job), that their identity will follow suit. Actually, this approach is backwards; in reality, we change our identity from the inside out and the change in our circumstances follows. Continue reading

Sunday Best: The Most Impactful Self Improvement Content This Week From Around The Web

Hope you had a great, inspired week.

In my travels around the web, I found 4 pretty cool finds!

Check them out below: Continue reading

Why You Should Consider Starting Your Own Business (Even if You’re Currently Working Full-Time)

Have you ever thought about striking out on your own, perhaps turning a hobby into a paying gig? If you’ve already got a full-time job, you might think that having your own business is totally unrealistic: you’ve got bills to pay, and you can’t just quit and hope it all works out.

There are plenty of good reasons to try going into business, though, and if you’ve got an hour or two to spare in the evenings, plus a few hours at weekends, you could definitely give entrepreneurship a go. Continue reading