Principles for Living – Part 10

22. Be Resilient.
-Learn to spring back or land on your feet and keep moving forward when your life seems to get stretched too far or things do not go your way. Recovering and rebounding from adversity is key to a successful life.

23. Be True to Yourself.
-In a previous blog, I wrote that our true nature is love. From my perspective, anything distancing yourself from love is moving away from our true core as human beings. When we align with our spiritual purpose, love naturally flows.
-Be authentic and follow … (click headline to read more)

Principles for Living – Part 9

18. Increase Your Will Power To Execute Your Ideas and Strategies.
– How many people do you know start projects they don’t complete or, have remarkable ideas but never implement them? Guess who will be next in line for that big promotion? Not them.
– Increase your will power to overcome distractions and resistance, and move forward with the necessary actions to implement your plans and finish what you start. Maintain discipline and be constant in your … (click headline to read more)

Principles for Living – Part 8

17. Incorporate Intelligent Hard Work In All Areas Of Your Life To Achieve Your Goals and Strategies.

In the past, the approach to succeeding in business was to work hard. That strategy doesn’t work in today’s environment. With tremendous competition in business, there is always someone who can work harder, get things done faster, has more advanced technology, and is smarter than you. You need the advantage to get ahead. High Achievers maximize their results by incorporating intelligent hard work into their daily plans and lives.

The modern world requires effort in …(click headline to read more)

Principles for Living – Part 7

16. Let Go. Just Be.
“Don’t quit, keep going. You never know what lies around the corner”, the teacher told her student.
“But I don’t think I can make it,” the student said. “I keep trying to do all the right things, think in the right way, say the right things, and model the right people to achieve my goals and dreams, and still, things seem so difficult. I am exhausted doing all these right things with little or no results! I have bills to pay and a family to support. My boss told me his business is not doing well this year, and he cannot give me a raise. I don’t know if I will be able to pay my mortgage this month. What am I going to do?”
The teacher compassionately replied, “There is always … (click headline to read more)

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