“Reshape yourself through the power of your will.” ~Krishna
Don’t just be yourself, be your best self. Take what makes you you, and then build and expand off of it. Being yourself doesn’t mean you have to stay fixed in place or always repeat the same patterns of behavior. Instead, self-actualization is a never-ending process that keeps going moment-by-moment, day-by-day, and year-by-year. We are constantly recreating ourselves and discovering new things that make us who we are.
Here are some core principles to take into account as you try to improve yourself throughout this journey of life. They are More >
Learn how to do parkour and you will be able to run up 8ft walls, leap across gaps, vault over rails, fly through your environment, and take drops up to 10ft with the same amount of impact as a normal person doing a jumping jack (it’s been scientifically proven).
Learn how to do parkour and if you are ever put in a critical situation where you need to escape from four thugs trying to mug you, catch someone who just stole your girlfriends purse, and etc., you will know exactly what to do, you won’t be scared, and you will succeed.
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- Honesty – The adage that honesty is the best policy still holds water. We tend to hide from truths about ourselves. Be honest with yourself. Take a look in your mirror and see what it says about you!
- Willingness – To be willing, is actually to be honest in action. Think about it, how badly do you desire to change yourself? Honesty helps you understand what needs improvement, but nothing More >
“Conformity is the jailer of freedom and the enemy of growth.” – John Fitzgerald Kennedy
The pathway to personal growth follows the course of uncharted lands. In is when we get out of our familiar surroundings that we expand and grow. Learning may prepare us for growth but experiencing is the catalyst essential to personal expansion and self-actualization.
How many of our thoughts are we consciously aware of? Do you inspect every thought that enters your consciousness? There is a tendency to regard every thought as harmless. We allow every thought free access to our brain. We allow these thoughts access to the programming center the brain without regard to what affect it will ultimately have.
Shouldn’t we have greater control of our mind?
By Lynn Bradley
Many things are involved in the thought process, positive and negative thoughts, beliefs, doubts, decisions, indecision’s, determination or lack of it, evaluation or not, and whether or not you give up easily. This depends upon how much it bothers you. People with high self confidence are not stressed nearly as much as those with little confidence. Confidence has to do with More >
By Henry Mukuti
“I am not made or unmade by the things that happen to me but, by the things that I do”. Unconsciously we are forming habits every moment of our lives. Some of these habits are of a bad nature and some are of a good one. My character is not determined by the things that someone will do nor say to me. It will be determined by my reaction to the things that are being done or said to me. My reaction comes from deep inside of me. It is this reaction that will determine my character. The traits of my character are engraved inside me and can More >
By Paul Wesker
Socialism, Nationalism, Authoritarianism and Republicanism are some of what is termed as ideology. Simply put they are constructs that rationalize society and the political life of a community. They also give insight into the relationships of individuals and lay the foundation for the creation of particular political communities. They are also the source of policies upon which a government which espouses them enacts. They are meant to be the foremost consideration and ideal of each individual in society. This means that every citizen has to adhere to More >
“Success is goals, and all else is commentary.”
This week take time to write down your most important goals. Professional, school, family, money, and health goals should all be clearly written out so you can end your year strong. Today is the perfect day to write down your goals for the rest of the year and review and improve your 5 year goals.
“People with clear, written goals, accomplish far more in a shorter period of time than people without them could ever imagine”. – Brian Tracy