Tag Archives: patience

How Long It REALLY Takes To Form A New Habit (and how to get started!)

How Long It Really Takes To Form a New Habit (and how to get started)

21 days and that’s all it takes to form any habit in the world. This is the most common piece of advice you’ll find about habits. It’s plastered all over popular psychology websites, self-improvement columns, and is even the premise for quite a few apps. r

Want To Become Stronger, Sharper & More Confident? Here's How Karate Will Kick Your Butt (& Spirit!) Into Shape in 4 Ways:

Want to Become Stronger, Sharper, and More Confident? Try Karate

Think back to your playground days. Remember giving up your swing, head down in defeat, to the neighborhood bully? Feeling powerless, you wanted more than anything to be stronger, faster, and more confident in yourself. r

Want To Turn Your Life Around? Ask Yourself These 3 Important Questions

Want to Turn You Life Around? Ask Yourself These 3 Important Questions

“Judge a man by his questions rather than by his answers.” ―Voltaire

We all want the approval of others and will do whatever it takes to get that approval. r

relationships

The Key To Harmonious Relationships

Sometimes, you are so sure, so convinced that the other person is at fault, that, they should really mend themselves, and that, they don’t listen to you. However, this may be a biased perspective, it may only be your viewpoint, not shared by the other person or the rest of the world. It could easily be that you are not listening to the other person. Some even have two sets of rules. All it takes is a bit of self-reflection, self-dialog to see trees from woods. r

Art of listening

The Art of Listening

This is what I intend to cover briefly today — listening. It seems most are talking, some are hearing but only very few are listening. Listening is an art. It is easy to listen to the subject matter when you are interested in the topic. But sometimes, for example, at work, it can be a great deal more important to listen attentively even when you are not interested in the subject matter. Your performance, your decisions, your job may well depend on it. r

patience

How To Be Patient

Learning to be patient takes time, and somewhat paradoxically, it takes patience to learn to be patient. Patience is acquired as you acquire wisdom, and wisdom is the child of experience. r