Why are we interested in personal development? It’s because we want to improve ourselves. We want to be the best we can be and live fully, right? But that’s not the real reason. Why would you want to improve yourself if there wouldn’t be a greater promise connected to it? The real reason is because we all […]
One of the most satisfying thing to do is to live your life in harmony with your personal values. Even if you don’t think about your values when you do what you do for a living, you have this inner drive to express your values with it.
In 13th century Scotland there was a freedom fighter named William Wallace.
In a time when most people in Scotland were willing to settle, Wallace wanted more for himself and for his people. Getting there was something that probably seemed impossible, to win freedom from a ruthless king probably seemed insurmountable.
Read in this inspiring post from Kimanzi Constable, how he turned his life around and stopped to settle for something that was below his real potential.
Lately I’ve been thinking a lot about how I can find my voice. Or better, how I can refine and clarify my voice. Because obviously I already have a voice. If you think about it, especially if you are a blogger or express yourself otherwise publicly, you also already have a voice.
Your voice is what you have to say to the world. So make it worth hearing!
It is something that what’s to get out of you. You have the feeling that you wouldn’t have really lived without letting the world know.
Your voice is in fact, your contribution to mankind.
The question is: What is your voice singing? And is it heard?
I just finished reviewing all the answers that my loyal email list subscribers gave me right after subscribing to my personal development newsletter for the 5 Day Intro Course. This was some real insight for me and I will work hard to deliver solutions for all these wishes, hopes and problems you want to solve in life. Thank you for this truly great feedback!
The question I asked was:
“If I could help you with one single thing in your life, what would that be?”
As a kid my dad encouraged me to strive for the best. In his mind I was gifted and would surly go on to do great things. He pushed me to believe that anything was within my reach. I began to think of success as a choice and not something that was destined upon you.
If I wanted to be a success in life, if I wanted that million dollar mansion on the beach, I could have it. All I would have to do is to believe it is possible, and with enough ambition and hard work I would do it. It was a great way of thinking and it encouraged me to dream big. The only problem is, I took it too far…
There has been some real controversy about following your passion. People like Steve Jobs or Bill Gates say to do what you really love is the number one key to success. Others point out that follow your passion could be the worst advice ever given. What is true? Let’s find out why it can be dangerous to blindly follow your passion and how we can make it the right way instead.