Tag Archives: progress
Problem: a fixed mindset causes undue stress
“It’s not how hard you can hit. It’s how hard you can get hit and keep on moving forward.” Rocky Balboa.
What is a key difference between those who dust themselves off and keep ‘moving forward’ after one of life’s ‘hits’ and those who drop like a stone? r
Has it ever crossed your mind that you have no more room in your life? I mean, for anything – the good, the bad…nothing. Stick a fork in you. You’re done.
If you sense that you are absolutely full to the brim with too many worries, stresses, projects, friends, things to do, bills, and more…read on.
Even good stuff takes up space – so all the hopes, dreams, your health, your children, the vacation you want to take… r
Have you ever noticed the ripple expansion across water when you drop an object into it?
This phenomenon can teach you a great lesson, if you feel that there is no progress in your personal and professional life. r
We live in an age of information over-abundance and finite attention spans. As a result, both writers and readers have come to depend on the quick fix. People don’t have time to read drawn out explanation and analysis. They want … r