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.
Credit cards can be a blessing and a curse. They allow you to spend for something even without cash on hand; but in the long run, if you don’t monitor your expenses well, you end up paying more than what you originally spent. And if you don’t monitor your swiping sprees wisely, you could end up in credit card debt. I had seen this happen to several friends but I never thought it would happen to me.Read More »
If you have heard of the Law of Attraction or LOA for short, then you know the principle of like attracts like. When you have positive thoughts, you attract positive things, people and circumstances into your life.
In the same manner, if you dress for the job you want, you will put yourself in a space as though you are already experiencing your desire. That is the secret to attracting what you want. Dressing for it just help you to feel what you want even more.
But don’t just dress for it and day dream all day. Be ready to get the job or receive the promotion. Dress for it, show up for it each day and work hard at it. Do everything you can to be deserving of it and let the universe take care of the rest.
Walter Elias Disney, popularly known as Walt Disney, was born on December 5, 1901 in Chicago, Illinois. He was one of five children. As a child, he worked as a newspaper boy to help his family make ends meet. While in high school, he attended the night classes of the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts. At 16 years of age, he joined the American Red Cross as an ambulance driver in France, after being rejected by the army for being underage during the first World War.
Do you want to become wealthy? The key to wealth is to master the wealth mindset. The difference between the rich and poor has nothing to do with the amount of money that they have in the bank; rather, it is all about their mindset. Your mindset is your set of beliefs and attitudes about certain areas in your life. If money is your concern, then chances are you have symptoms of a poverty mindset.
Clothes are an important part of projecting an image of confidence, power and success. It influences how others see you. Although we should not judge a person based on appearances, it is a fact that people always has and will always judge a person by his or her appearance. That’s the psychology of dressing.
With power dressing, you can strengthen your image. You can also boost your confidence level. When you look good, you feel good. This will ultimately lead to better performance. Yes, studies had shown that you can actually dress yourself up for success.
I have travelled with a friend who loves to travel too. We explored new destinations together and sometimes without a plan. We just knew where we wanted to go and figured out along the way how to get there, totally relying on the help of strangers.
Do you know what you’re wearing tomorrow? Did you previously plan what you were wearing today? If you’re one of those who already has their whole week’s outfit planned out according to your schedule, then you are one of the lucky few and we envy you. You should start learning more about the psychology of dressing and how to dress for success.
However, most mortals wake up every morning not having a plan of what to wear and usually waste precious time rummaging through their closets and cabinets to put together an outfit for the day.