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Posts from the ‘Self Awareness’ Category

6 Things Shy People Can Teach Us About Success

Undoubtedly you’ve had a bout of shyness at one stage of your life. Most people do, and yet why is shyness considered such a bad thing when shy people can teach us so much?

Learn the secrets of Shyness here.

How Tiny Changes Can Result In Huge Success

Success is a few simple disciplines, practiced every day; while failure is simply a few errors in judgment, repeated every day. – Jim Rohn

Want to know how the new General Manager and Performance Director for Team Sky (Great Britain’s professional cycling team) got them in a position to win the Tour de France years before he predicted they would?

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How To Build Good Habits (and Make Them Stick)

If you want to make lasting change in your life you need to change your behaviour.  We’ve all had the best of intentions to go to the gym more often, to eat better, or to see our parents more frequently, and yet somehow we didn’t quite get round to it. Establishing some new good habits and then sticking to them is key. It sounds simple, but in our busy world it’s not.  Read more

How To Feel Less Powerless

How are you feeling today? Are you feeling your strong authentic self? Or, today, are you feeling powerless? Are you trapped in a victim mindset?

In this article from Deepak Chopra you will discover ways to bring yourself into your full power. The advice comes under the following headings:

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10 Things Highly Intuitive People Do Differently

A hunch is creativity trying to tell you something. –Frank Capra

10 Things Highly Intuitive People Do Differently

The One Thing That’s Keeping You From The Life You Want

What is unworthiness? It’s the experience of having parts of your personality say, “I’m not worthy.” For example, they might say, “I am unworthy of the love that I have in my life, or the wealth that I have.” More commonly, they might say, “I am unworthy of the happiness that I feel.” Thoughts such as “It’s too good to be true,” and “This can’t last forever because it is too good” are experiences of unworthiness. You feel unworthy of what the universe has given you, you feel that you do not deserve it, that the other shoe will fall, and it is only a matter of time before you will get what you really deserve, which will be painful.

What is holding you back from happiness?

Some Serious Inspiration For Women

How do you see yourself?

How do others see you?

Isn’t it amazing how differently we see each other!

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Use Your Uniqueness to Make a Difference

This guy is mega inspiring. You may have seen him before – his name is Nick Vujicic, and he has no arms and no legs. Every time I see him in action he totally blows me away. Even though he has such a huge disability he is happy and living a fulfilled life.

If you’ve ever felt sorry for yourself, or, if you’ve thought that life has been treating you badly, then this little clip might just make you rethink your attitude.

Take Nick’s example and use your own uniqueness to make a difference!

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A Better Way To Say Sorry

We all need to say sorry now and then. Unfortunately, not many of us really know how to do it properly. How do you say sorry in a way that works for you and those your apologizing to?

This article is a bit of a tear jerker  – and will help you, your friends, and your kids, learn how to apologize well.

A Better Way To Say Sorry

The Importance of Going Within

I’ve just started reading Arianna Huffington’s book Thrive. Early on in her book she talks at length about the importance of going within. I received this quote yesterday and it struck a chord, so I thought I’d share it with you.

Just as we cannot live without water, so are joy and peace essential for our inner fulfillment. We may not even be aware that we are searching for something. It manifests only in our restlessness as we move from here to there, trying out different friends, different ideas, different jobs, different countries. Whatever we attempt is a reflection of our inner thirst, which we hope to quench in all these external ways. What we are looking for lies within us, and if we gave out time and energy to an interior search, we would come across it much faster, since that is the only place where it is to be found. 


—Ayya Khema, “Thirsting for Enlightenment”