Creative thinking is not only for inventors or artists. We are all creative, and we apply our creativity in our day-to-day lives, sometimes subconsciously. But there are ways you can train your creative thinking skills, which, in the long run, will sharpen your judgment and enable you to tackle difficult problems in difficult times.
If you are wondering whether you are a perfectionist, there is a good chance you are one. Many people believe perfectionism is positive because it implies having high standards. But researches have shown that it’s a dangerous habit that could lead to a slew of issues, including anxiety, depression, and low self-esteem.
Adulting is damn hard, and we only make it harder by making a gazillion mistakes in our adolescence. Whereas mistakes are fine so long as you learn from them, you can always look back upon some things that you wish you knew and understood way earlier.
Fear of rejection affects most of us. From rich to poor, from confident to timid, and from successful to less successful, everyone fears rejection one way or another. So the question then becomes, how do you get over it?
Would you be surprised to learn that a vision is not something that applies exclusively to inventors and artists? It’s a tremendously powerful tool that you can use in your life today to help you drive your goals to achievement.
Growth Mindsets for success–who doesn’t wish they had it all figured out? It turns out, it’s not as easy as you might think, although not impossible. Learn about several proven strategies proposed by Napoleon Hill decades ago, which are still valid today and available to you.
Fear paralyzes us and keeps us stuck. It robs us of opportunities and creates artificial hurdles in our way. How can we thrive then? How can we kill those demons and overcome fear?
Better habits and rituals – we all wish we had more of them. But why is it so hard to create them, and why do bad habits seem to come so much more naturally to us?
Would you believe anyone who tells you that you can hijack your brain from self-sabotage in just 5-seconds? It sounds crazy, just like it did for its creator, Mel Robbins. It sounded crazy until it didn’t and changed her life forever.
Confirmation bias is the tendency to look into a pile of evidence and only choose the parts that validate the things we believe to be true. We often do that unconsciously, and that can have significant consequences on our lives and those around us.
Self-growth sounds like a straightforward concept, but when we think about it, the need for it sometimes eludes us. Every one of us experiences some kind of negativity in our lives, one way or another. These negative thoughts not only hinder your optimism but also leave you directionless and unable to move toward your goals. …
To begin understanding the locus of control, you must ask yourself one question: Are you in control of your life, or is life controlling you? That’s a good question, but one seldom asked by many of us in our day-to-day lives. However, as you will read further, the way we perceive the level of control …
Our beliefs and values are the base of our character and they drive the way we think, behave, and our attitude toward ourselves and the world around us. Understanding those beliefs and values and realizing that they are not fixed and can be altered is a critical prerequisite to your personal growth and self-improvement.
The morning routine is one of the most talked-about concepts in this day and age. Everybody has an idea about morning rituals and habits, and, as a convert to morning routines, here’s my take on it. It’s not just a mere case of hopping on the old bandwagon on my end. It’s the result of …
Habits make us or break us. Most of our life runs on auto-pilot, but it is up to us to decide which routines that auto-pilot gets to run. Distinguishing between the ones that are good for us and the ones that are bad for us is a neverending struggle. Learn how to win in this beginner’s guide to habits.