Posts tagged Amy Twain
Revealing The Art Of Positive Thinking by: Amy Twain
Revealing The Art of Positive Thinking. To start off, it is best to define and identify what positive thinking is all about. Generally, it includes simply just what this term implies: having positive thinking towards things and people. When you start to think positively, you give off that favorable aura and you anticipate good health, success, love and happiness in each difficulty or inconvenience that life may bombard you with. By thinking that you would have better and optimistic outcome when you face a troublesome dilemma or situation, More >
Life indeed is just too short to let it pass by and success in its most phenomenal state is just around the corner if you simply apply a few of these theories and principles. 1.) Focus, focus and focus. By concentrating and focusing on your dream goals and steps for at least one hour per week, you will be utterly amazed at what you could attain or achieve.
Perhaps you might need reference books or accompanying music that inspires—just anything to help you concentrate and focus. There are actually tens and thousands of unwanted distractions More >
Got A Problem? Here Are Some Of The Best Problem Solving Techniques! by: Amy Twain
We all need those creative problem solving techniques may it be for new business concepts, how to deal with others, or simply to find the most convenient way of doing things. Whatever your reasons are, here are the problem solving techniques to try in order to come up with your own styles to attain your end results.
Here are a few tricks to try:
Karma Yoga For Happiness by: Amy Twain
We know that Karma Yoga is mentioned in the Ishavasya Upanishad and the Bhagavad-Gita, but for so many students outside of India are quite unfamiliar with it. If you ask a class filled with students about the definition of Karma Yoga you will be quite lucky to get an answer. Karma Yoga is oftentimes translated as, “selfless service,” like giving to others with time or money or charity work. Karma means “work or action” so it really requires effort. And Yoga means a lot of things. We could always hear the meaning of Yoga as: unity, union or a calm or More >
Drop Your Great Expectations And Live Lightly by: Amy Twain
Life is complicated, so as they say. But let me tell you something; it only becomes so when you got some great expectations. It’s just a tiny thing to change: stop expecting. I know it takes practice to do so. If you can see things as they are without having great expectations, then life will be easier.
Expectations can only leave us frustrated, disappointed, or resentful if we don’t get what we expect. Actually, it’s only our expectations which makes us judge something (or some people) as good or bad.
When others (your friends, More >
Be Cool And Choose Your Moods To Be Happy by: Amy Twain
Much has been said or written about Barack Obama, Brad Pitt or other icons with their cool, calm and collected behavior. Their demeanor, actions and reactions exemplifies a mature person’s emotional independence. They are the kind of people who decides how they would speak, act, project themselves and react to certain situations. They would never let some outside forces be in control over their emotions or moods that easily.
Okay, why are we talking about them? Well, today’s blog is about happiness or being happy. And to be happy is also More >
Joy Changes Our Lives Forever! by: Amy Twain
Joy is what our Creator wants and intended for us—it’s our right of birth. Joy is definitely what we want from life. Being joyful is a great and fantastic business. Happy and enthusiastic individuals produce more. And it does not take a lot of your time or cost a bunch of dollars.
Being joyful changes and transforms the way we see work or our attitude towards work. Whenever there is gladness at the workplace, I will come early but stay late willingly. When there is happiness at work, I will bring it home. Yes sure, I would like a raise—who More >
Stop Worrying And Start Living by: Amy Twain
“Don’t worry, be happy”, so goes a popular song from way way back. Indeed, why worry? I’ve read somewhere that worry is like a rocking chair–you never really get anything from it, yet you still keep on doing it. Usually, worrying stems from living in the past, preventing future regrets or mistakes to happen again. Or what the future may bring.
For you to stop worrying, you need to:
1) Stop living in the past. We all made mistakes, misdemeanors, regrets, follies of our youth, etc. It’s already done in the past and time to move on. What you can do More >
If you think about what makes us beautiful, it can be our imperfections–those same things which makes us less perfect and unique. If you look at someone with perfect symmetry, bone structure and ideal proportions, sure, they can be eye-catching and surely attractive, but it can get boring sometimes, looking at them for such a long More >