“Our chief want is someone who will inspire us to be what we know we could be” – Ralph Waldo Emerson Have you ever admired someone so strongly that you felt like you were stalking that person (though not seriously obsessed to really stalk)? You followed this person secretly and tried to look at him from a far because you admire him and find his examples useful for you. You checked his LinkedIn profile to see where he’d work in the past, his educational background or his accomplishments. Well …..
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I read the 30 Day Habit Challenge in the website Develop Good Habits. I found the proposition interesting and making sense so I hopped into the bandwagon and followed the ‘cliché’ . It seems everybody is doing it and getting into it seems like a cliché. But I was wrong. I was in for a wake-up call! I took the challenge perhaps out of impulse after I finished writing the 12 Habits to Develop to Gain More Confidence in 2014. It was the most natural thing to do in face of all my readers. …..
Last December, I wrote the first part of this post about developing habits to gain more confidence. Here’s the second part of the post which completes what is supposed to be the 12 habits we can develop one at a time each month for 2014. 30 Day Challenge I learned about the 30 day challenge from Steve Scott of Develop Good Habits who attributed this idea from Steve Pavlina. Accordingly, Pavlina copied this from the software industry’s trial version. That is, you do not buy into the …..
Every year, we are fond of the countdown, the new year’s resolutions and the yearend reviews. Have we all taken these seriously or are we just joining the trend and cliché out of it? A week ago, I was getting myself ready with a yearend post on the Best of 2013 but realized that I should not be joining the bandwagon of the yearend routine. Instead, I should write about real, concrete things to work on using at least a strategy that is proven to be effective. Hence, I thought of adopting …..
In many parts of the world, you can still greet ‘Happy New Year’ for most part of the month of January. It should also be a sign that making new year’s resolutions is not too late at this point in time. Many of us would have made this annual ritual; many of us have already broken them; many of us do not bother to do so out of frustration. Is there really a need for a new year’s resolution? Or should you simply do what you have to do and do not bother making any promises? Or worse, …..