“Success seems to be largely a matter of hanging on after others have let go.”– William Feather
If you found yourself in the middle of nowhere and you were starving, would you look for food for a couple hours and then give up? If your life depended on doing something, would you do it? No matter how much it hurt, how badly you wanted to rest, how bitter and disillusioned you were?
Well, your life does depend on what you do each and every single day. The quality of your life depends on what you do on a daily basis. What you do today translates into the way you’ll live life tomorrow. Continue reading
“Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate.”
― C.G. Jung
Here’s a fun experiment for you to try: write down every single thing you do during an average day. In half hour increments. But be honest with yourself. Can’t write down: “from 9 AM to 5 PM – work.”
Be brutally honest.
You’re at work, but are you working or just aimlessly wandering the web?
How much time do you spend watching TV? On Social Media? Talking on the phone?
How much time do you spend every day reading? Learning a new skill? Working on your dreams? Developing yourself?
Be honest. Continue reading
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“Cristian Mihai’s reblogging of each chapter of my novel Redwood Summer onto his site allowed me to reach a wider audience of new readers that I would not have found otherwise. Thank you!” – Robert Kirkendall