Monthly Archives: February 2013

4 Ways To Train Your Mind for Success

This kind of mental projection is time consuming, unproductive, and exhausting. But you can train yourself and your mind to be present, productive, and supportive with these four easy and effective Applied Meditation techniques. r

4 Ways To Deal With Negativity in the World

Sadly, life still carries on as it is. There are 7 billion people in this world and there’s always a clash in among cultures and differences in religions.

We all try to live our life and be happy, but each of us have our own set of challenges and brushes with negativity from time to time. r

If A Dog Can Drive A Car, What Can You Achieve?

For us humans, it’s a lot easier to get caught up in our thoughts, especially when we perceive that something’s dangerous. That’s when we put the brakes on, and stop moving forward.

And that’s exactly the wrong thing to do. r

10 Character Traits Of Elite Achievers

If you have ever worked really hard toward reaching a goal only to get average results, you know how horrible it feels. And to rub salt in the wound, there are usually a few elite achievers who seemingly work no harder than you who absolutely crush that same goal. It’s frustrating, confusing, and a blow to your ego. I get it. r

Why Jealousy Sucks

So I go through life, observe other shoes, and reciprocally wish to be in them rather than in my own. Why? Simply because it is in human nature to envy what you don’t have or what you aren’t.

One day I decided to quit this unhealthy habit of mine. r

7 Unexpected Principles to Finding Your Most Productive Self

Have you ever tried a productivity system like creating massive to-do lists, not-to-do lists, GTD, the 4-Hour Workweek …only to find out this doesn’t quite work for you?

Worst of all, do you have a sense of overwhelm and anxiety when you think of your priorities for the day? r