Category: goals

It’s OK to not be OK. Just don’t give up.

If you want to succeed in your life, remember this phrase. The past does not equal the future. Because you failed yesterday; or all day today, or a moment ago, or for the last six months; the last 16 years, or the last fifty years of life doesn’t mean anything…all that matters is what are you going to do, right now.

1. Self hatred and self blame

2. Not being able to let go of the past.

3. Not being able to forgive yourself.

4. Not being able to cherish who you are.

5. Needing other to validate you.

6. Letting other people define who you are.

7. Trying to be perfect, and to please everyone.

1. Remember that you are the driver of your life. You choose your goals and your attitudes.

2. Look for the positives , and ways to overcome the challenges and obstacles you meet along the way.

3. Notice the strengths and positives in others. We all appreciate when other people say kind things.

4. It’s hard to stay stressed if you’re also being thankful. So cultivate an attitude of gratitude.

5. Find your passion and your “why” – and then invest your energy in reaching for some dream that makes you feel fully alive.

6. Refuse to let the negatives of others wear you down, or undermine your passion, or make you change your course.

One day she realized that she was the only one who could live her life. So she decided to stop worrying about what other people thought and start following her own path. She never looked back.

One day you will thank yourself for never giving up.

Don’t start your day with the broken pieces of yesterday. Every day is a fresh start.

Stop doubting yourself. Work hard and make it happen.

1. Plan your day in advance. That means you can get up and get started right away instead of frittering away time.

2. Decide on your priorities, and do the most important things first.

3. Also, do the hardest task first. Otherwise, they will niggle at you constantly and slowly drain away your energy.

4. Avoid multi-tasking when you’re working on something important.

5. However, it’s good to multitask when we’re doing menial, repetitive and boring tasks.

6. Ditch requests and tasks that are unimportant, and a total waste of time.

7. Commit to NOT procrastinating. Ask a friend to keep you accountable.

8. Be organised. This includes engaging in advanced planning; knowing what you need for the task; having everything you need close at hand; bundling similar tasks together; and working in a relatively tidy and clutter-free environment.

9. Cut out distractions and avoid time wasters.

10. Know what your most productive time of day is and treat that as a sacrosanct period for working.

11. Get into the habit of shutting off racing, distracting and negative thoughts. This is a crucial form of self-discipline.

12. Break large tasks down into smaller sub-tasks – and set achievable deadlines for these.

The greatest mistake you can make in life is to be continually afraid that you will make one.