I’m not going to write a long, drawn out post about how to be creative. Instead, I’m going to let a creative genius in the realm of humor (humour) do the talking.
Mind you the video is a bit long itself. Yet it entertains throughout and gives you some good, thought provoking ideas. Some of these ideas even tread into the realm of how to be successful in business and life…
In case the video isn’t playing on this site or you’d like to go and see it on YouTube, you can click this link ->Get Creative!
Have a great day and do some creative thinking!
So when you do something awesome and nobody claps for you, don’t fret.
When you hit one of your personal goals and make a milestone yet there’s no one around to see it, don’t let it get you down.
Celebrate that moment for yourself and by yourself first before you try and celebrate with others. Indulge in something. Give yourself a reward.
Drink some nice wine. Go out for a nice dinner. Watch that TV show that you’ve been dying to see.
And then get back to work.
Your dreams are waiting out there for you to make them a reality. Don’t let them down! Keep at it and remember: you’re awesome.
I was just thinking about this subject. You see, you HAVE to believe in yourself. Because honestly, not many other people will.
At least that’s true at first. And that’s fine.
You should know yourself better than anyone else. And if you don’t then you should take some time to meditate on who you are as a person. Really look at yourself and be brutally honest with yourself.
Once you do this and you have seen your faults for all they are worth – then and only then can you really work to improve and know what you are capable of doing.
I want you to zero in on the word “focus” in that quote by Socrates (*Edit: I also want you to know that this quote is often misattributed to the historical, Greek Socrates. It is not from him. Instead, it is from a fictional character named Socrates in Olympic Coach Dan Millman’s book, “Way of the Peaceful Warrior.”).
We all know what “focus” means in the many forms it can take.
A camera focusing on an object, a laser beam focusing to be tighter, and giving another person your attention. These are all examples of focus.
Today, however, I want us to really think about focusing our energy on the things we want to achieve in life. How does that happen? How can we better focus on our goals? These are the questions we will discuss.
Improvement. It’s what growth is made of because, let’s face it, if you aren’t improving then you’re fading.
That’s why you’re here after all. Because you want to improve. You want to better yourself and expand your mind.
Whether you’re here to learn something new, to gain motivation, or because you found me at random during your search for that certain something you can’t put your finger on, welcome!
Let’s get going, shall we?
We are told all the time to “persevere” in the face of adversity. That’s easier said than done. At the end of the day we are tired, worn out, and just want to relax.
And yet there’s always more work to be done. There’s no time to relax even though relaxation is something that is needed in human existence. Being stressed and strung out all the time is not good for your health.
How do those successful people do it? How do they work 16 hours a day and not ever seem to be tired or want to quit?
The answer is surprisingly simple: you create a better you.
Putting that answer to practice is much more difficult, however. Though it doesn’t need to be.
Zen. It’s a strange word for many and a mantra for some.
It’s a mythical state of being focused and yet not caring about the outcome.
It’s a Journey and a Goal.
But how do we achieve Zen?
Greed, jealousy, and anger. These are all emotions that everyone struggles with.
A lot of the time these emotions stem from a simple thing – insecurity. Whether it’s physical insecurity, an imaginary insecurity, or comes in some other form, insecurity is the general culprit.
But why are we insecure? Let’s look at the even deeper root cause of these emotions.
That’s right! Never say “I’m sorry” again! Today’s post is all about why you shouldn’t apologize for the things you do.
Some of you out there are no doubt thinking, “but what if…?” But, but, but… there’s a million of those things out there and if you start thinking like that then you’re stuck.
Let’s focus in on the core philosophy of NEVER APOLOGIZING. Let’s get started!