Our greatest struggle when facing the upward trudge towards our goals is often not the journey itself, but the first step. What we fail to remember is that an object in motion tends to stay in motion, while an object at rest will almost certainly stay at rest indefinitely. Unless of course, an outside force were to act upon it.
So perhaps the question you must ask yourself is: What will that force be for you?
A lot of people want change.
A lot of people think about change.
A lot of people talk about change.
But how many people ever do? Continue reading “Change”
I feel that oftentimes, before we criticize someone, we must first take care to check that we have no mistakes that need correcting, that we are flawless. Once we do so, we will all drop the stones we were about to throw, and perhaps, attempt to understand the accused instead.
And realize that we were never deserving of the stones in the first place.
I was recently nominated for the Blogger Recognition Award, a completely unexpected yet awesome surprise and honor. A huge shout-out to ThisDarlingAdventure for the nomination; thanks so much! Continue reading “Blogger Recognition Award”
In my last post I talked about self-discipline and how it plays a crucial role in seeing that goals we set for ourselves are actually met, rather than just pushed back indefinitely. This time I’ll lay out a few important methods for disciplining ourselves. Continue reading “3 Simple Yet Effective Methods For Self-Discipline”
If you’re like me, you like to set goals for yourself, and once they’re set, you like to stay on top of them, almost constantly working your way towards them. And if you’re like me, you sometimes need a little motivation to kickstart the process. Continue reading “You Don’t Need Motivation. Just A Little Discipline.”
Stagnation seems to be one of the worst conditions one can impose on themself. When one ceases to challenge themself, to push themself, to broaden their horizons, one consequently ceases to learn, to grow, to live. For a life not in motion is quite possibly the very definition of a meaningless existence.
Did you know that the flapping of a butterfly’s wings in Brazil can cause a tornado in Texas? Continue reading “The Butterfly Effect”
The driving force that can move mountains, build up civilizations, make dreams a reality, send men to be among the stars, the force that keeps the world turning. An end goal we all have in common, yet one that seems to fall short in being fulfilled. Money? Power? Fame?
The desire to be important. The greatest motivator known to man.
A new year is upon us, and with it, a host of new resolutions. But first, some questions need answering: Continue reading “New Year, New You?”