There really is a different way to live. We don’t have to get caught up in the whirlwind of life. We can still take care of everything we need to, but also take advantage of the opportunity we have every single day to learn, improve, grow and live in an amazing way.
The question is are we going to take advantage of those opportunities.
What are we going to learn TODAY? What are we going to do differently?
We can learn so much from many of the great people in the blogosphere. Sometimes it is the smallest insight that catches our attention and teaches us something very valuable. There really is nothing better than discovering these pearls of wisdom.
Check out this week’s recommended posts for some great advice that we all need to live today better than yesterday.
5 great pieces of advice that you need today
1. 10 Lessons Learned From Expanding My Personal Capacity – Donald Latumahina – Life Optimizer
One of the most important things for us to do is continually push ourselves outside of our comfort zone and make certain we are exploring new areas and learning all we can. It can be too easy to fall into the trap of becoming complacent and we need to always be looking for opportunities to expand our knowledge and try new things. This article shares a very interesting perspective on expanding your personal capacity. It explains 10 really important lessons that anyone who is serious about pushing outside of their comfort zone should know. A definite must read.
2. How to Get Motivated – 8 Tips to Break Your Motivational Funk – Sid Savara – Personal Development Training with Sid Savara
Who hasn’t had one of those days where they are feeling less than motivated? We have goals and things we want to accomplish and for the most part, we are continually doing everything we should to move in the right direction. However, sometimes we run into that day (or those days) where we are just not motivated to do what we need to. We all need an approach we can rely on to get us through those days when we need some extra motivation. Check out this article for 8 really good tips that will help get you motivated again. This article will help you turn things around so you know exactly what you need to do to feel energized and inspired again.
3. Don’t Let Fear Get In Your Way Jonathan Wells – Advanced Life Skills
If you are like so many other people, you may have some fears. It’s common for people to have fears, but we shouldn’t let them just linger and be something we accept because they can really hold us back from some great experiences. There is always something that can be done to break down fears. This article explains exactly how fear gets in your way and then shows you how to get rid of it. Check this post out. Today is the day to start getting rid of all your fears.
4. Do You Make These 10 Mistakes In A Conversation – Henrik Edberg – The Positivity Blog
One of the most important things we can do is connect with other people in a real and authentic way. In order to really be able to do so, we must have really strong communication skills. However, improving our conversation skills may not be something we have really put enough thought or effort into. That’s why this article is great because it specifically explains how you can always make certain you are having really good conversations with other people. There are common mistakes we may make. Check out this article so you can learn how to avoid all of them.
5. Show Up In A Different Way – Charley Gilkey – Productive Flourishing
This is a great article that explains the importance of really “showing up” and not just going through the motions. I think many of us at one point or another have found ourselves just going through the motions. We always have so much going on and it can be challenging to focus the right amount of intensity and attention on whatever it is we are doing. However, it really is so important and it absolutely impacts the results we get.
Live Today Better than Yesterday
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