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Do You Give Up Too Easily? How To Power Through

Do You Give Up Too Easily? How To Power Through | PEOPLE BUILDING | Scoop.it
The truth is that many of us don't apply ourselves enough to achieve the positive life changes to which we aspire. Why? Why is it that we so often fail to successfully make the changes we really want?


Over the years, I've lectured to tens of thousands of people on the subject of improving their quality of life. One of the main points I make is that an essential element of having more of the life you want is dedicating at least some time each day to clearing and quieting your mind.


After describing the practical, physiological, emotional, mental, and of course spiritual benefits of taking even just a few minutes a day to meditate or relax deeply, it's clear that most people are genuinely inspired to do it. Unfortunately, only a small percentage of people ever act on their inspiration. But these would-be meditators are not alone.


Read more: http://huff.to/M0jduJ

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The Transition From Negative to Positive

The Transition From Negative to Positive | PEOPLE BUILDING | Scoop.it

Our subconscious mind is an amazing and almost magical tool of our body. One can influence the quality of life just by believing in yourself and thinking positively. Positive thinking gives you strength, hope, faith, confidence, contentment and peace. It does take some amount of effort to inculcate a positive approach in your life, but once you do life’s perception changes forever.


Here are some ways to identify negative traits in your daily life:


-Exactitude – If you are a perfectionist yourself, then stop expecting people or life as a whole to be perfect or according to your expectations. A perfectionist tends to set idealistic goals and always is dissatisfied even if a small thing goes off beam, this encourages pessimism.


Read more: http://ririanproject.com/2011/09/26/the-transition-from-negative-to-positive/#more-1054

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Want to Succeed? You Need to be Constantly Frustrated, Disappointed and Discontented!

Want to Succeed? You Need to be Constantly Frustrated, Disappointed and Discontented! | PEOPLE BUILDING | Scoop.it

Unless you try to do something beyond what you have already mastered, you will never grow. Ronald E. Osborn


Don’t Just Be Contented with What you Have


Forget about what people tell you that you should be contented with what’s given to you. I daresay that you make the most of what you have by pushing your limits to the next level. Level up. Don’t just rest on your laurels and be always be on the look out on how you can improve yourself and life in general. Constantly working on improving your existing skills because real happiness goes to those who always strive to improve on their existing life because the moment you stop where you are, you stop growing...

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TODAY’S LEADERSHIP MANTRA : Impasse.

TODAY’S LEADERSHIP MANTRA : Impasse. | PEOPLE BUILDING | Scoop.it

The impasse, or the feeling to be there, may have very interesting and positive effects!

I am always amazed at how capabilities may vary significantly from one person to another. When some complain about their difficult situation with no way out, others see it as new chance to become stronger still in finding new “secret” doors...


Read more: http://martingysler.com/2012/02/27/todays-leadership-mantra-impasse/

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Change your thinking, change your aging

Change your thinking, change your aging | PEOPLE BUILDING | Scoop.it

Would you like to age well? If so, it’s never too soon to change your mind about aging and let go of negative stereotypes — such as the notion that older people are less competent or vital than when they were young, for example.

 

Why? Because negative expectations regarding aging can have a powerful impact on how we actually experience aging. We may begin internalizing such expectations years before “getting old” actually happens to us.

 

People with positive attitudes lived 7 years longer

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