Most of us, the ones passionate about the personal development are aware of the important things which weren’t taught in schools when we attended them. Mindvalley published the results of a recent survey containing the opinions of 20,000 of its customers. The results speak for themselves. The information from this infographic also shows market opportunities for trainers, teachers and mentors. Enjoy! Advertisements Continue reading Our biggest education gaps
In 2008, after the birth of his first child, Baker and his wife decided to sell everything they owned, pay off their consumer debt, and spend a year traveling abroad as a family. They began sharing their journey in early 2009 on the blog Man vs. Debt, now 15000 subscribers strong. In sharing their ups and downs in the areas of personal finance, consumerism, clutter, travel, minimalism, and passionate entrepreneurship, they realized they aren’t alone in a desire to explore and grow. One of the funniest idea from this video is that people go to expensive trips to escape their … Continue reading TEDxAsheville – Adam Baker – Sell your crap. Pay your debt. Do what you love
Here are 9 dirty truths about becoming an entrepreneur, and yes, the author added a 10th to make it even sweeter. Check the article here and start or continue your dream today! 1. The business you start with won’t be the one you end up with. 2. You will want to quit 3. Your family and friends won’t get it 4. There’s no such thing as an overnight success 5. Your number of Twitter followers doesn’t count 6. No one owes you a paycheque 7. It’s not all cocktail parties and CEO moments. 8. Your dream life does not come … Continue reading The 9 dirty truths experts won’t tell you about starting your own business
Anthony Robbins is one of the voices I hear on a daily basis, even in the car and I have to admit that I’ve learned a lot from him in the last two years. One of the things which can make or break us is power of our own beliefs. Coach Tony has a very simple and coprehensive definition of belief: “What is a belief? It’s a feeling of certainty about what something means. The challenge is that most of our beliefs are generalizations about our past, based on our interpretations of painful and pleasurable experiences. The challenge is, most … Continue reading Stop Your Limiting Beliefs: 10 Empowering Beliefs That Will Change Your Life
Uite cum incetul cu incetul blogul meu s-a transformat intr-o resursa de dezvoltare personala. Si nici nu prea mai este despre mine, decat din cand in cand ci despre ce pot face si chiar fac pentru altii si despre ce putem invata de la cei mai avansati decat noi. Este perfect asa. Ma bucur ca atunci cand scriu in romana sunt englezi sau alte nationalitati care folosesc modulul de traducere pentru a digera continutul iar continutul in engleza este citit cu placere si in Romania. Excelent!
Anul acesta s-a intamplat un eveniment minunat: m-am intalnit cu fostii colegi de liceu, implinindu-se 20 de ani de cand am terminat Lazar-ul. Cu cei din clasa mea m-am mai vazut acum 9 ani cand am organizat o petrecere de pomina la mine acasa si a fost foarte frumos. De data aceasta a participat toata promotia, a fost ceva organizat de-a binelea.
Am facut Lazar-ul (Liceul Gheorghe Lazar) dupa ce am citit celebra carte Cismigiu et Comp si am trait toate aventurile posibile unei vieti de licean post decembrist (detaliile sunt confidentiale).
Intalnirea cu colegii a fost una foarte simpatica si majoritatea arata foarte bine, unii chiar neschimbati, big like. Unii dintre dascali care in liceu erau zbiri, acum nu mai au nici o putere sau nu mai sunt deloc, deh, timpul trece si asta nu poate fi schimbat insa imi amintesc cu placere de cei care chiar si-au facut meseria cu pasiune si care au sadit seminte frumoase in noi. Trebuie sa recunosc ca cel putin in ultimii 10 ani am avut o gramada de hard times insa toate au fost niste stadii de invatare la sfarsitul carora trebuia sa acumulez ceva nou insa acum ma gandesc ca toate au fost de fapt niste lucruri minunate dar pe care nu stiam eu sa le apreciez la adevarata lor valoare. Continue reading “Dupa 20 de ani si 21 de km”
Success Principle #35 says “99% is a bitch; 100% is a breeze.” When you make a 100% commitment to something, you eliminate exceptions. You no longer have to waste time or energy debating whether you are going to do something. It’s already been decided. If you commit to reading an hour every day, no matter what, you read an hour a day. You don’t debate whether you’ll keep that commitment. If you vow to not work past 6 p.m., you don’t make exceptions. You’re 100 percent committed, so it’s not even a question that you’ll be out the door at … Continue reading Success Principle #35 from Jack Canfield
I really think that productivity is a subject which can and should be more developed for most of us. And sometimes – I am guilty for this one of the biggest block is our own set of emotions. “From an energy perspective, negative emotions are costly and inefficient. Much like a gas-guzzling car, they draw down our energy stores at a rapid rate. For leaders and managers, negative emotions are doubly insidious, because they are so infectious. If we are prompting fear, anger and defensiveness in others, we progressively undermine their ability to perform.” – Tony Schwartz, The Power Of … Continue reading Just identify your CORE talents and Double Your Productivity