I know we all have goals we’re working toward, and striving for anything can get busy and consuming. But slowing down to appreciate how far you’ve come is just as important as seeing the destination.
So what will you do to start living for today? Here’s my personal approach to living in the moment.
Your life and your personal story can always be rewritten. Ask yourself these five questions to see if any self-limiting beliefs are holding you back.
If you let the FUDs (fear, uncertainty and doubt) hold you back, you’ll never know what’s possible. Use this quick motivational boost to start feeding your dreams and starving your nightmares.
Instead of focusing on what you can do before you die, focus on what you can do right now. Make a life list that you can use every day to get you closer to where you want to be.
My personal life list focuses on appreciating every moment, no matter the circumstances. Here’s what it looks like.
But you can’t start changing until you’ve envisioned the result. Until you have a clear view of where you’re going, the road map won’t make sense.
Here’s some motivation to bring you closer to your destination.
The same way we interacted back then is just as important today. At the core of it, successful people are those who find their tribe. They’re the people who support each other in a way that allows them to become allies.
Over the years, I’ve found that there are four good ways to build your inner circle. If you want to make meaningful, productive connections, use these tips to do it right.
“Real leadership is about building other people and shining your light on them, not on yourself.”