Most of us think that the blocks to our happiness involve things like not having enough money or being in a bad relationship. Whatever the case may be, we often blame our unhappiness on things and people external to us. But in doing so, we’re completely missing the mark, which is why no matter what we try we stay stuck in our unhappiness. But there’s another solution. r
Monthly Archives: August 2012
Self-improvement and self-change is not something that comes naturally to many people.
In fact, most people are “change averse.” They have a fear of changing their lives, and especially a fear of changing their own self.
So instead of changing or improving the state of their lives, most people would rather just maintain the status quo and play it safe.
There are many different reasons people avoid self-improvement. This article covers some of the biggest hurdles that may block us. r
With goals for our future, we’re better equipped to avoid the minor distractions of daily life and ignore what isn’t important or doesn’t provide our lives with some kind of value. Goals fill us with a sense of purpose and intention, and they help guide our decisions, actions, and behaviors. For these reasons, setting and achieving goals is a powerful way to improve our lives. r
You want the improvements that self-confidence can bring to your life – you want to make more money, more friends, and have better health and a more positive outlook – but it’s hard to know exactly what to do to make yourself more confident. If you find yourself in this position, you can follow these tips to try increasing your confidence to see what kind of a difference it can make in your life. r
Don’t fret just yet. Because most people hold themselves back in some way, in some aspect of life, whether they know it or not.
But not you….not anymore. Not after today. It’s time to start truly being you. It’s time to express yourself fully so you can be the most active version of yourself and truly fulfill your purpose. r
As an Ironman World Champion, Mark knows a lot about competing and winning. But it wasn’t always this way. In fact, when the two of us first met, Mark was struggling to get to that next level of performance, despite the fact that he was in perfect physical condition.