Life is full of ups and downs. It is typical for you to get consumed by the challenges of life and forget to be happy. Often people associate happiness with a condition or timing. However, this should not be the case.
You need to be living your life based on what you want to do and what is going to be best for you.
Whether you need to find new ways to work better or you’ve got to develop yourself in new ways, it requires so much energy, and this can be to the detriment of your personal life.
As if by magic, it’s almost time again for the New Year to tick by, and for the annual run of New Year’s resolutions to be made.
Easily one of the most prevalent and crushing of these issues, however, is a chronic lack of self-confidence – and the associated inactivity, sorrow, insecurity, and sense of uncertainty that comes along with that lack of self-confidence.
We spend a lot of our time trying to impress other people (or even ourselves) in various ways. We’ll build a career that we may not love and buy items that we don’t necessarily need…
I am a professional speaker, and that has me on the road a lot – for business. So, dedicated vacations can be very difficult to find time for. However, since I do have to take business trips why not use that time in a multitasking way — work and respite combined?
Stress can be a big part of being a manager or CEO of a company. Many people rely on you from employees to customers and even stockholders. That stress can sometimes develop into anxiety and depression.
One of the most important factors in maintaining your mental health is having a good work-life balance. Exercise is one of the best ways of doing this. Not only will the activity improve your physical well-being, but…
Wait, what? Isn’t your life perfect? Well, welcome to the club! In fact, the brutal truth of the matter is that no one’s is. Although that probably doesn’t make you feel that much better. However, there are some strategies that will.