It’s not healthy to keep ANGER inside for too long. If you’re too upset to speak calmly, you can write a note and put it where the other person will see it.
Here are 3 sentences that may help. First: “My dear, I am suffering, I am angry, and I want you to know it.” The second is: “I am doing my best.” This means you are practicing mindful breathing and walking, and you are refraining from doing or saying anything out of anger. The third is: “Please help me.”
Memorize those 3 sentences on top. Or write them on a small piece of paper, the size of a credit card, and put it in your wallet. Then when you’re angry, you can take it out, and will know exactly what to do. (Not my words.)
It’s not enough to just love doing something if you want to be good at it. You have to practice every day. If you just show up on the day unprepared, you won’t fulfill the high expectations that you have for yourself.
Take time out of your life to practice your passion. Do whatever you need to do that will propel you toward your goals. Whatever your practice or passion is, you must exercise DISCIPLINE.
It’s not enough to just love doing something if you want to be good at it. You have to practice everyday. There needs to be a consistent approach with proper schedule & discipline at place. If you just show up on the day unprepared, you won’t fulfill the high expectations of a certain standard & quality .
Take time out of your life to practice your passion. Do whatever you need to do that will propel you toward your goals. Whatever your practice or passion is, you must exercise discipline.
(This video got nothing to do with the post above. Watch it to gain little bit knowledge about the current scenario of billionaires & legit illogical motivational mindset associated to it. Yes, it’s important to work on what moves you. But don’t do that with nonsensical expectations from yourself.)
If you are intentional about practicing thankfulness every day, you will see the magic begin to take place in your life. You are going to see doors open that you didn’t think were possible. You are going to see opportunities come and find you that you didn’t know existed. And, you’re going to see your influence expand like never before.
Your thankfulness will position you in just the right place to be the recipient of extravagant grace, faithfulness, and goodness. Stay thankful. Practice gratitude. On the good days and the lows days, stay thankful. Everything in the created world is shifting in your favor. YOUR BEST DAYS ARE STILL AHEAD OF YOU.
Violence is the easy way out and it only leads to more violence. We need people in this world who are willing to find solutions through peace, through communication, honesty, and diplomacy. World peace may seem impossible, but it’s worth aiming for.
You don’t have to be a politician to stop wars and practice peace. Make sure every word you speak and every action is coming from a place of love.
If you and I are having a single thought of violence or hatred against anyone in the world at this moment, we are contributing to the wounding of the world. -DEEPAK CHOPRA.
(This video got nothing to do with the post above. Big fan of Neil deGrasse Tyson and this sketch is the funniest impersonation of him.)
Anything you want to be wonderful at requires patience and practice. It’s as simple as brushing our teeth, which we hardly think about because we do it three times a day. By repeatedly doing a healthy habit we make it a regular part of our routine. It’s good to have healthy habits; the more you have, the better you will become. When you strive everyday to be better version of yourself, eventually you will be.
Figure out what you love and what is good for you and make it a habit. Every consistent approach results a positive outcome at the end. We are what we repeatedly do becomes excellence, then is not an act but a habit. (Not my words).
It’s not enough to just love doing something if you want to be good at it. You have to practice every day. Take time out of your life to practice your passion. Do whatever you need to do will propel you toward your goals. Practice your passion, you must exercise DISCIPLINE.
1. You commit to and practice observing yourself. 2. You notice a story you’re telling yourself. 3. You set a boundary you may not have set before. 4. You honour a commitment to yourself. 5. You take ownership and accountability when there’s something to own. 6. You can see another perspective outside of your own. 7. You see the pain of others in their reactivity without over personalizing. 8. You move away from changing others and move towards integrating the change you’d like to see for yourself.
GROWTH is often uncomfortable, messy, and full of feelings you weren’t EXPECTING. But it’s necessary.