Category Archives: Personal Development

Who are you – really?

Have you ever asked yourself “Who am I”, and started to wonder about yourself? The ability to do this, and to reflect about your life, your habits and personality, and to make any self-improvement would be impossible without a level of self-awareness. To be unaware would involve some unconsciousness, and an inability to understand our […]

ARE YOU AFRAID OF FAILURE?

Relax! Having this fear may actually be a plus for you. If you are too complacent you may not give your best, try your hardest, produce your best results, and end up failing anyway. However, having this fear all the time is a negative driver which can become very stressful. It is much better to be motivated and confident […]

HOW DOES FAILURE HAPPEN?

There are many reasons for failure, some are obvious, for example, lack of preparation for a task, and some not so obvious, such as unconscious self-sabotage. When we have a task or project of any kind there are things which we must know and perhaps avoid in order for us to be successful in that task. Firstly, let’s start with […]

WHAT IS LOVE?

I divide love up into having and doing aspects. For example it’s important to feel secure in ourselves, and to have confidence. This means we will not take the comments of others personally or personalize them. Being secure in ourselves is a good start for being able to love and appreciate others. We’re able to […]

GETTING ORGANISED – Housework.

Here are some tips for getting organised with the housework. Even if some of these tips work they will make life easier for you, and make it possible for you to get on with more enjoyable or more important things in your life. Shopping Reduce the frequency of your shopping expeditions. Keep a list of […]

THE FAILURE CYCLE – WHAT IS IT? AND A SUCCESS CYCLE!

The failure cycle usually begins with enthusiasm, we get excited about a new project. Then your enthusiasm and motivation may seem to fizz. Reasons for this can be: That you have chosen the wrong goal for yourself. You lack direction – in other words your goal is not clear enough (or it’s not your goal!). […]