This Poster Changed My Life. ~ Nicole Duncan. Before I even knew what was wrong, I knew how to fix it.
I had to make a change, a big change. As far as I could tell I had everything, and nothing to complain about. Reliable employment, a coveted corner office, a loving boyfriend and supportive family, my good health. I was living in the most beautiful town in the US, and I was (somewhat) financially secure…the list goes on. Fellow Americans, these days, are wondering where they’ll get their next meal…and I’m pondering personal happiness. My life was empty, somehow. My internal compass pointed toward change. While I was in the thick of making change (otherwise known as disrupting and destroying my life), shoulder-deep in judgment from the people in my world, and bailing buckets of tears trying to stay afloat, this credo brought reassurance. I couldn’t help but smile at its simplicity. Therein lies the power. “If you don’t like something, change it.” It’s plain and simple, yet so difficult in practice. Update: Now, with Video: 20 Things I Should Have Known at 20.
40 Ways to Feel More Alive. “I don’t believe people are looking for the meaning of life as much as they are looking for the experience of being alive.”
~Joseph Campbell As I write this, I am two hours away from my first weekly acting class in Los Angeles. I’ve been here for almost two years now, and though I loved Community Theater as a kid, I never so much as researched acting classes until a couple weeks back. I frequently said I wanted to do it, along with painting classes, which I’m starting next week, but I always made excuses not to start either. I was too busy. The list went on and on, but I realized the last two were the big ones for me. 101 Ways To Live Your Life To The Fullest. “Your time is limited, don’t waste it living someone else’s life.
Don’t be trapped by dogma, which is living the result of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of other’s opinion drown your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition, they somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.” – Steve Jobs (101 Most Inspiring Quotes of All Time) How do you feel about your life today? If your answer to any of the above is a no, maybe or not sure, that means you’re not living your life to the fullest. 30 Thought-Provoking Questions You Should Ask Yourself Every Day. Thought-provoking questions are deep inquiries that shine a light on the essence of living and awaken our full potential as human beings.
Voltaire, the writer, historian, and philosopher of the French Enlightenment era, admonishes us to judge a man by his questions rather than his answers: you’ll get to know someone better by asking them the right questions. In the same way, you know yourself better by asking yourself the right questions. 31 Questions That Will Change Your Life. Who said that there had to be an absolute answer for each and every question?
Sometimes the ability to ask yourself questions’ an act to challenge yourself and help you to be a better person. Try the following questions that may change your life. 25 Great Motivational Quotes You've Never Heard Of. InShare66 63Probably my most read post ever was the 20 Greatest Motivational Quotes of All Time.
So much so that I expanded the post and wrote a book with the 50 greatest quotes in that is now sent free to my new newsletter subscribers. Sign up in the box on the left if you want a copy. As I was trawling some quotes the other day it struck me how many amazing ones there were that I’d never heard before and I thought it would be cool to collate the best for your perusal. Now of course I realize that you may well have heard of one or two, but I genuinely hadn’t (except one), so please don’t give me a hard time or point out that you knew 18 out of 20 and thus I’m a philistine and deserve a damn good thrashing. 1. Too many people when coming under attack crumble when instead they could view that attack/criticism as a way to grow and mature and come back stronger. 2.
You know that, right? 3. This may almost seem anti-motivational, but it really isn’t. 3b. You Can Only Control 7 Things in Your Life. You Might Like The 7 Questions I Asked That Seriously Changed My Life READ In my experience, life can be pretty complicated.
Although most of us have plenty to manage in our day-to-day lives—jobs, relationships, family, exercise, sleep, you name it—there are really only a few things we truly have control over. I changed my life by identifying these variables and learning how to master them.