Procrastination is the root of unachieved dreams and success. It's the most important factor between you and the prize you've set your eyes on. But somehow it's difficult to eliminate it.
If you’re like others, there’s a decent chance you have several uncompleted projects around the house and at work. It can get pretty frustrating to look around you and notice all the unfinished tasks you have.
Are you stuck trying to figure out what career you want? Or is your main challenge that you have a hard time getting there? Whatever the case, your frustration is understandable.
There is only one constant: Change! Life is full of changes.
The dynamics between distancers and pursuers can complicate any relationship. Both patterns are natural ways of dealing with stress, so it’s really a question of compatibility.
As you may have noticed, the nature of business is changing. And with that comes the need to adapt to new expectations. But sometimes it can be more challenging than it sounds.
As the expectations of your employers grow, it's easy to start feeling unsure of yourself. You may sit and wonder if you have what it takes to excel. Sometimes, you might actually convince yourself you're less than worthy.
There are so many different styles of yoga that it can be intimidating for the beginner to figure out where to start. Most beginners want to get a good workout and experience some success in being able to complete the class. Many are concerned about accidentally signing up for an advanced class and being unable to perform the various moves.
If you’re trying to become an overnight sensation, you may want to focus on long-term career success instead. Artists who gradually develop a following tend to have higher sales than those who skyrocket to fame.
Regardless of your field, it often pays to slow down and focus on moving forward steadily, like the tortoise, when it comes to your career. Discover valuable insights with these ideas.
Any parent is bound to have a lot of questions if a teacher suggests that your child be held back a grade. The answers to those questions have important implications for your son or daughter’s academic, emotional and social future.