Posts tagged TV
Perhaps this is an unusual introduction to an article on personal development or self improvement but, I would like to start by quoting 50 Cent – yeah, the rapper 50 Cent – who said “Most people can’t handle boredom. That means they can’t stay on one thing until they get good at it. And they wonder why they’re unhappy.”
Unfortunately, we have a big problem with patience and perseverance because we live in a world where we expect instant results. If we’re hungry, we want fast food! If we’re feeling down we want instant More >
Spiritual Books by: Gian Kumar
Spiritual books are known to be
our best friends for their unconditional love towards us. Reading, generally, has always been one of our favourite hobbies. As far as spiritual inspiration and knowledge is concerned, there is no substitute of acquiring it other than from spiritual books. These books are fuel for our thoughts and beliefs, they provide us the inspiration and courage to stand up for what we feel is right for our growth.
Spiritual books have begun to multiply in number in recent times. And it is true More >
Presentation Secret: Tell A Story by: George Torok
The entertainment industry thrives on telling stories. TV, movies and even sports are about telling stories. Notice the big dollars that the celebrities and stars make. Why? Because we crave stories and we reward our story tellers handsomely. Note the success of Oprah, Steven King and James Cameron.
Story telling has been with us since cave men huddled More >
Creativity for Entrepreneurs by: Julie Austin
Creative people know that you have to “work” at being creative. This means you have to do it on a daily basis and come up with as many new ideas as possible. That means you need to warmup your brain and stretch the creative limits.
NP: Aliens Presence in the Next 40 Years
By James W. Astrada
The UFO debate finds itself in the spotlight again with some rather positive news. According to Martin Rees, former president of the Royal Society, the question concerning UFOs and alien life will be answered in the next 40 years. The search for extra solar life has been one of life’s major mysteries for consensus science as they constantly avoid the subject of exopolitics. Although there has been evidence that this case has long been solved, Lord Rees believes that astrophysicists will have the ability to view with clarity, extra More >
Coming Up – Monday July 16th 2012… A Radio Interview with Robert Graham, conducted by Barry Eva. Readers of my blog are able to call in Live and ask questions. Give us a call, or have a listen, thanks everyone!
- Monday July 16th – 6:30pm EST
- Number you need to call is:
- 347- 237-5398
Robert is author of “The Seventth Journy” described as “A research scientist learns that his invention will be used as a weapon to open a bridge between dimensions. A mysterious, otherworldly woman may be his only ally.”
“Sounds good to me, so a, looking forward to chatting to him.” - Barry More >
You Don’t Need A Lot Of Things To Be Happy by: Amy twain
Yes, advertisement everywhere. And quite ironically, advertisers are also wise enough to broadcast to their consumers and the wide-eyed impressionable public that we do need stuff and a lot of stuff just to be happy.
It’s like them telling to our faces that we are incomplete if we don’t buy the latest cellphone model, we’ll be left out if we don’t have the More >
Mind Yourself! by: Karen Hastings, Hertfordshire
The intention is good, I decide to take myself out for a walk in the beautiful woods surrounding the village where I live, to refresh my mind and get some exercise. It’s usually on the way back that I realise that I’ve hardly noticed my surroundings and have often been focused on the next activity in my day, thinking something along the lines of ‘I’ll just get this walk done and then I will go shopping”. Does this sound familiar?
Focus Your Mind on the Task in Hand by: Willie Horton
How you focus your mind determines your life – your success, your failure or anything in between those two extremes. And, in truth, most people lie within those two extremes, in a world that could be described as not too bad. Research shows that your ability to focus is correlated with the level of success and happiness that you experience in your life. In other words, your success and happiness are entirely in your own hands. That’s both good and bad news. Good news because now you know that all you have to do is decide to do what it More >