When you are your only competition, you have to better only yourself at what you do. The struggle is not with the external world, but with yourself.
When you know that life mimics a handful of sand grains, and tends to slip away, before you can recollect your senses, what are the steps that you are taking today, to make this momentary lifetime a memorable experience? What are you doing today, to live in the ‘present’? Bronnie Ware speaks about the last regrets in her bestseller ‘Top Five Regrets of Dying’
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Omani culture reminds me of the little streets in Delhi where we get to see the ‘desi’ flavour of our population. A recent ‘Rediscover Your Spark’ workshop that I conducted in Oman was a grand success owing to a highly receptive Oman industry associates and kind friendly warm people. Details inside.
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As a motivational speaker and a life coach, I’ve always shared with my audiences that who we are is the sum total of the small, minuscule, seemingly insignificant daily choices and habits. And in order to design a different life, we must start by changing our habits.
According to the research highlighted in this infographic, if you set goals (written and shared with others), read voraciously and diversely; think about thinking; be self disciplined and get proper sleep, you would be following the footsteps (or rather the habits) of the most successful people ever.
But what you also need is the motivation and commitment to stay away from the pitfalls that intelligent people tend to fall in. Here they are – Excessive drinks, drugs and anxiety.
Use this list as a starting point and then create one of your own too. After all, as Carl Jung put, “The shoe that fits one person pinches another. There is no universal recipe for living.”
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A thousand books, lectures and motivational speakers cannot capture the inspiration that ONE such everyday miracle has to offer. Why then the elusive search for inspiration in the self-help aisles of bookstores; when the answers are all around you?
Everyday Miracles is an inspirational article written by Simerjeet Singh (http://www.simerjeetsingh.com)
What do you see nurses? . . .. . .What do you see? What are you thinking .. . when you’re looking at me? A cranky old man, . . . . . .not very wise, Uncertain of habit .. . . . . . . .. with faraway eyes? Who dribbles his food .. . … . . and makes no reply. When you say in a loud voice . .’I do wish you’d try!’ Who seems not to […]
During my Executive Coaching Sessions and Youth Motivational Workshops, I’ve often been asked ‘why is that when I do my best I’m given more work to do? Why is a job well done rewarded with even more work and responsibility?’; ‘Why doesn’t the boss confront the slackers instead of asking me to do their part?’ etc.
I think I found an answer to those questions hidden in this short story. Enjoy!