The 5 Easy Way To Build Your Self Esteem

October 12th, 2010

In the work that I do, I’ve got the opportunity to see beautiful human beings with lot of self esteem issues. Low self esteem creates a whole lot of different behaviours.

Some behave timidly, some behave loudly. Some hide behind, some wants to show off. Some hope no one notices them, some dresses so that people won’t miss them.

Whatever the case is, you shouldn’t be trapped in any incidents that contribute to your low self esteem. Here are some of the things you can think and improve on that should be enough for a week.

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Setting Goals In Life

September 28th, 2010

Anyone who is living consciously must be continuously setting goals in their life. Setting personal goals get us moving forward. It also brings purpose into our life. It gets us thinking of what we want in life.

Unfortunately, most people don’t discover what they want in life until it’s time to die – and that’s a shame.

Most people spend the best years of their lives watching television or doing things they dislike. An author described humanity by saying, “Most people die at twenty and are buried at eighty.” Are you one of the living zombies?
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Be Different

September 2nd, 2010

We were all brought up in a certain ways. Adults telling us how we should live our life, how we should behave in public or what profession should we take on when we grow up.

Seeds of the only way to success in the eyes of the society were planted in us. But are that way the only way? If we can’t go that way, does that mean we are set for failure?

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7 Steps To Living A Happy Life

August 24th, 2010

Do you sometimes feel trap in your life not knowing how to break free from it? Do you sometimes wonder why you work so hard?

1. Take Good Care of Yourself

When your body and spirit feels good, you will feel good. Exercise at least twice a week. A healthy body will exude high energy that will attract good opportunities your way.

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Making Changes

August 12th, 2010

Someone said this before, the only constant in life is change itself.

The world is constantly changing. System, technology, organization and people are changing everyday and every hour. All these changes are bringing the world forward, improving our lives and making our system more efficient.

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Purpose In Life

April 5th, 2010

Someone I talked to last week was out of job for a year. It’s his choice to be out of job. He went around looking for an answer, a purpose in life. He made a million, and lost a million. He comes to realize money is not his purpose.

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The Power of Focus

March 4th, 2010

One of the traits of successful people is the ability to focus on their task until it is completed. One of the traits of unsuccessful people is the ability to lose focus easily.

Talking about focusing seems so easy, yet it’s not easy to accomplish. If it is, you will see more successful people around the world.
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Are You Staying On The Edge

February 12th, 2010

Did you ever dream of doing something so big that your hair are standing? Did you ever imagine yourself doing one grand thing that your heartbeat jump by 1 beat faster?
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Gaining Mastery

January 24th, 2010

Mastery – becoming so good at what you do that people are willing to pay you a high price to get your service. Achieving mastery allows you to amass tremendous wealth and freedom.

There is mediocrity in this world, too much of them. And Mediocre can only charge at what other mediocre is charging. But a master can charge 2 times, 5 times or even 10 times that amount.
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Breaking Up Your Goals

January 10th, 2010

New year, new goals. How many of you set out to achieve some goals in 2010? Actually only 10% of the people set goals. But if you are reading this, you are probably one of the 10%.

In this 10% who set goals, there are only a handful who achieved them. Why is that so? When one set goals, don’t they want to achieve them? Why is it many didn’t achieve what they set out to do?
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