Category Archive: Personal Growth

5 Things You Need to Know

#1. Sincere people do stupid things. Self-defeating behaviors are done with good intentions. You believe your actions bring benefit, but sometimes they’re harmful. People who intentionally harm themselves are mentally ill. It’s easy… Continue reading

20 Useful Ways to Create Focus Today

Distraction dilutes the impact of your life. Consider the splendid absurdity of an unfocused life. You can spend a day chasing distractions and feel important doing it. Distractions are tender morsels of delight… Continue reading

How to Maximize the Value of Anger

“84% of people surveyed said Americans are angrier today compared with a generation ago*.” Negative emotions can be useful, but they’re dangerous. It’s better to maximize the value of anger than to simply… Continue reading

No One of Us Is as Smart as All of Us—Treat People as Partners

New Book Giveaway! 20 copies available!! Leave a comment on this guest post by Ken Blanchard and Randy Conley to become eligible for one of 20 complimentary copies of their new book, “Simple Truths of… Continue reading

Taking Time Off isn’t the Answer

Taking time off isn’t the answer when you don’t know how to live. A four-day workweek is pointless for miserable people. Do you live to work or work to live? The answer is… Continue reading

Six Limiting Beliefs That Hold You Back

“Shut up Nate. You’re never going to be any good… We’re not good at wrestling and we never will be.” Nate Zinsser’s classmate By the time Nate became a junior in high school,… Continue reading