Overcoming Your Former Self: Small Steps Toward Higher Self-Esteem

When analyzing the driving factor behind your decisions, there is one common denominator that many people overlook: self-esteem. Self-esteem is a reflection of your perceived value. If you do not have a positive self-image, your motivation to achieve great things … r

How Workers Can Protect Themselves from Unsafe Working Conditions

Unsafe working conditions are fairly common. There will always be jobs that are way riskier than others. What makes them worth doing is the pay and protection given to the workers. If you are an employee working in a dangerous … r

Finding Flow to Escape Stuck-at-Home Captivity!

“I kind of entered a flow state. I’ve been there before while climbing. You are not thinking ahead. You are just thinking about what is in front of you each second.” Aron Ralston            Feeling isolated or penned in like most of your … r

How To Stop Measuring Yourself By Comparing with Others

Do you think a hike in your salary would make you happy? You believe so, don’t you? But hold on to that thought. There is more to it than just the percentage increase. For 2 years, I observed a team … r

7 Ways To Make The Most of Social Isolation

Social isolation is not ideal. It’s not good for our individual physical health, mental health, or the global economy. But right now it must be done for the collective wellbeing. When cinemas, bars, restaurants and malls close down and we’re … r

Why Happiness IS Just a Choice

When I was a kid, people would ask, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” My response was: “Happy!”  “No,” they would say, “What do you want to be? You know like Doctor? Lawyer?” My response was, … r