Personal Development

5 Steps Towards Your Personal Independence

Post written by Peter G. James Sinclair. ‘The greatest security is to plan and act and take the risk that will make you independent.’ – Denis Waitley I’m an Australian, and we don’t celebrate Independence Day like the Americans. Yet I have been on a journey towards my personal independence, and it is my goal to […]

4 Cures For Overcoming The Onset Of Old Age

Post written by Peter G. James Sinclair. The number of years denoted by the calendar and your birth date are no reflection of how old you really are, or how healthy you are in your spirit, soul and body. I have met twenty-one year olds who, in their mind and attitudes, are older than some […]

There Is No Reason To Be Afraid: 10 Tips To Help You Manage Your Fear

Post written by Dr Carlo Carandang.  Fear can be looked at as a normal thing for a human being, as something that is necessary and manifests itself instinctively to protect us from danger. It’s a contextual matter, from one person to another and the causes can differ as well: some people are worried about the next […]

Perfecting The Art Of Failure: Harnessing Its Unlimited Potential

Post written by Carl Preston. For many people, the idea of failure is simple not on the agenda. Not doing something the right way, failing to get something right, all of these things? Not something they can even comprehend. It’s the worst thing in the world to fail for some people – it makes them […]

How To Initiate Change, Conquer The Creative Saboteur & Tame The Fears

Post written by Sophie Cliche. For me, change starts with an inspiration. I often identify something that could be better, something that currently restricts me or causes me pain, and I let myself dream about what it could be instead. I become engaged in solving it, and I attempt to delineate what could be steps […]

How To Motivate Yourself With Kindness

Post written by Lovelyn Bettison. “If your compassion does not include yourself, it is incomplete.” – Jack Kornfield I got off at the wrong exit on the expressway. It was a simple mistake that added twenty minutes to my trip. Anyone could’ve done it, but I just couldn’t seem to let it go. As I […]

4 Fears You Need To Eliminate To Build Self Confidence

Post written by Theo Ellis. Fear can be good when you’re walking past an alley at night or when you need to check the locks on your doors before you go to bed, but it’s not good when you have a goal and you’re fearful of obstacles. We often get trapped by our fears, but […]

How To Remain Calm In A Noisy World

Post written by Peter G. James Sinclair. Throughout the years it has been, and is still my goal to remain in a state of calm – a stability that is driven from within, and that remains unaffected by what is happening without. There are so many forces – particularly in this media-driven generation – that […]

6 Indispensable Tips For Guaranteed Self Improvement

Post written by Yohana Petrovic. Every first quarter of the year (the first month, specifically), people are very much into making resolutions for self-improvement. A new year usually means having a fresh start and we us it to jumpstart any plans for self-improvement we want to undertake. However, as the year progresses, it is easy […]

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