We generally feel most alive when we propel ourselves out of our comfort zone and seize new possibilities for meaning, excitement, and passion. But unfortunately, we’re wired to do what feels easy and safe, and it rarely feels easy or safe to be a beginner.
It’s important to know what self-esteem is so that you can nurture it consciously. Sometimes we use the terms self-esteem and self-confidence interchangeably, yet they are very different qualities.
Sometimes the best way forward isn’t by leaps and bounds, but by taking micro-steps.
I made tens of millions of dollars. Cash. Lost it. Made it again. Lost it. Made it again. Got divorced, lost my home, lost my money. Made it again. Lost it.
You’ve heard of things like anxiety and depression, and you’re somewhat familiar with the negative effects stress can have on the body. But you don’t know about the nuances of these things, and why caring for our mental health is such a crucial part of living a happy, healthy and well-rounded life.
Life is fun exciting, challenging (in a good way) fast paced, energized and a ton of other awesome things – but it’s also overwhelming, scary and sometimes feels like you are fighting a super villain and you don’t have the super hero kit to get through it.
In the age of busy is the new black, mile long to-do lists and jam-packed day planners, pausing seems like a luxury we just can’t afford.
It is not until we have wasted 15-20 minutes of our productive time in just checking different apps and emails that we realize the need to get back to what’s important.
You may have encountered someone who during a crisis just seems to rise above it all, wondering how evasive and elusive this all seems to you. The good news is that despite what your genes might say, your problem-solving skills and approach/outlook to life are not entirely genetic.
Sometimes it seems as if life is passing us by. When we are children, time ambles by, with endless car journeys and summer holidays which seem to last forever.
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