Social media usage has become a regular part of our daily lives; so much so that more and more people are becoming addicted to it. Like any addiction, it has harmful effects to our overall health. Even so, we must accept the fact that this product of modern technology is not going away anytime soon and people are going to continue using it for a very long time.
The technology itself is not harmful, at least it is not intended to be so, but the way people use it is what causes the negative effects. To prevent and reduce the negative effects of social media addiction, we need to manage how we use it. There are many ways you can start breaking your social media addiction that you can apply immediately.
You are at your lowest point in life. You are in pain but you know deep inside that you cannot stay in that state forever. Life goes on and it will not stop and wait for you until you are ready. You have heard of many success stories from people who overcame their lowest point in life. You believe that you too have what it takes to do the same. You are not just sure on where to begin.
You have finally acknowledged that you need a mentor to fast track your way to success. It is now time for you to look for a good mentor. Do remember though that there are some things that you need to consider first before finding one.
Can you remember what your dream was when you were young? Did you want to become a doctor, an engineer or a movie star? What are you doing right now? Are you doing your dream job or did you settle for a job that is more financially rewarding?Read More »
Society has defined success as the attainment of wealth, status and fame. Do you agree with this definition? Using this definition, persons like a CEO of a company, a multi-millionaire, a head of state and a popular actor are all considered successful. But how about a housewife? A skilled carpenter? A public school teacher? Do you still consider these people successful? How about yourself? How do you see yourself? Do you qualify under society’s definition of a “successful” person?
We all have things we want to do in the future. We all have dreams of how we want our life to be.
Imagine if you will be able to look at a picture of your dream life on a daily basis? That’s what a dream board, sometimes called a vision board, is all about. It serves as a visual guide to remind you of your dreams, goals and aspirations. It helps you focus. It is is a tool to help you create the life you want.
Numbers are everywhere. You can see them in your cellphone, identification cards, money, plate numbers, reading materials, receipts and even in your clock. Numbers are part of our daily lives. However, have you noticed that there is a number sequence that you keep on seeing lately?
Last November 5, 2018, Ariana Grande’s single, “Thank U, Next” broke Spotify’s Single Day Streaming record for a female artist after it earned 8.2 million streams that day. The next day, it broke its own record. The single has become the most streamed song for five consecutive days in a row with almost 50 million streams on the first week of its release. Currently, it holds the record of being the fastest song ever to surpass the 100 million streams in Spotify.
You will never achieve success unless you have an action plan and the courage to follow that plan. Your plan serves as the roadmap to your goal and although you may stumble and fail at some of the steps; consider this a detour.
A plan gives you confidence and the courage to take the steps to get closer to your goal. You may refine it every now and then to fit the circumstances but at least you will never get lost or too overwhelmed when things don’t go as you planned.
Are you constantly worried about money? Are you struggling to meet debt obligations? Do you feel that your salary is not enough to cover your monthly expenses? Are your financial worries so stressful that they are already gravely affecting all aspects of your life including your health and personal relationships?
It is human nature to be jealous of others. However, before you even begin comparing yourself with others, think again. We all have different talents and gifts. Each of us is destined to be great. You may not be good in math but you can be an excellent artist. You may be poor in communication skills but you may be a good athlete. Just because you got bad grades in school, it does not mean that you will fail in life. You are more than your report card. You are talented. All you need to do is to find the genius within you.
Contrary to popular belief, success does not happen overnight. To achieve success, you must work for it every day, one step at a time. DON’T BE PASSIVE. Be pro-active in completing the small steps that will lead to your goal.
Show up to your work space every day; work hard and go the extra mile when you need to. Your hard work will get you where you want to be.