Monthly Archives: March 2013

8 Steps to Breaking Your Procrastination Habit

We all procrastinate. For some of us, waiting until just before a deadline can be just the motivation we need to jolt us out of inaction. Others among us procrastinate as a way to put off a task we dread until we feel more prepared or able to do it. Continue reading

10 Ways to Start Living a Meaningful Life Right Now

Below I have listed 10 specific actions you can do today that will start to bring meaning to your life. Don’t try to do all 10 at once. Adopt one item from the list, and then slowly add others as time goes on. The journey of a 1000 miles starts with one step. Continue reading

How To Conquer Fluctuating Ambition in 5 Steps

Related to fear, low confidence will stop you from doing great things. Ambition the night before shows you want it, but it could be that deep inside you don’t believe you’ll get the results you want. If you don’t envision success, you’ll avoid action. Continue reading

3 Tips to Making Efficient Use of Your Time

“I don’t have enough time.” “I’m too busy.” “There aren’t enough hours in the day.”

On average, I hear at least one of these expressions twice a day. And quite frankly, I’m a bit tired of it. So I decided to make it my personal mission to rid the world of these phrases. Continue reading

5 Super Simple Ways to Build Momentum

What is momentum?

I’m going to use the same example that Darren Hardy illustrates in his book The Compound Effect (which you can read my review of here). Continue reading

5 Easy Ways to Be Nicer to Yourself

Years of observing people stumbling over the concept of self-compassion has shown her that we commonly think that treating ourselves kindly will result in being lazy, self-indulgent, and wallowing in self-pity. Continue reading