Would you ever willingly harm yourself, your property, your relationship, or your success? You certainly wouldn’t. And if you somehow do, you’d never think it was intentional. You would say, just an accident or a mistake. Well, what if other things are lying underneath the surface? What if behind every failure there is an underlying reason? Maybe you took that job, but you were not … Continue reading If you think you have never self-sabotaged, you are wrong
If the fire in your heart is strong enough, it will burn away any obstacles that come your way.― Suzy Kassem Everyone in the business world takes a unique journey that starts with a specific first step, continues with an unknown path and completes by an unforeseen end. Some people’s journeys might be a long one, while others’ quite short. Some journeys happen to be comfortable … Continue reading The road to success is paved with resilience
We are almost there. In a few days, 2019 is ending. Therefore, it is time for us to put on our thinking hats and assess the year that we have consummated. It is time to check the balance of the pluses and minuses the year aggraced us with. In all seriousness, how did 2019 go for you? Challenging? Better than expected? Or not? Busy? Hectic? … Continue reading Goodbye 2019. You have been a good teacher.
A long list of factors affects your self-confidence. Such as; your parents, your upbringing, your environment, your beliefs, your past failures and successes, the society, how other people treat you, the media, and your experiences. And when it comes to success, believing in yourself is even more important than being intelligent and talented most of the time. Because if you do not have the self-confidence to … Continue reading Improve your self-confidence with these tips
According to my astrologic map, I am doing fine in terms of water, earth and air elements but a little low in the fire compartment. Therefore; my friend who reviewed my map suggested me to light a candle, every night if possible, to make up for the missing fire element. So, I have been doing that lately. But of course, as a curious person, I … Continue reading Light a Candle Tonight
For children and young people, the extent of their potential to be successful has been explained according to their intellectual intelligence (IQ) level for many decades. People with a high IQ level were believed to have high learning, decision making and application skills. Then, in the mid-1990s, we started to believe that people with high emotional intelligence (EQ) would be more successful, happier, and more … Continue reading What is your NQ level?
Some people are very approachable, cool, kind and supportive, whereas others are not so much. Why is that? Is it because the ones who are good at communicating positively and motivating others have a higher Emotional Intelligence (EI) level? If yes, then what is EI exactly? EI involves the ability to understand and manage emotions. Experts agree that this type of intelligence plays an indisputable … Continue reading Correlation between Emotional Intelligence and Success
I must admit that I am not happy with the way I carry my body. I do not have the greatest posture and I want to change it for the better. Because I think, a better posture does not only make me look a more self-confident and strong person, but it also is very important for my neurological well being. Our central nervous system is … Continue reading Your posture represents who you are…
I have been writing these short blog posts since the beginning of December and, even though my husband says every time he reads them, he feels like I am making a point about him or for him – my silly husband babe… In reality, I am reaching out to myself, reminding myself the things that we all know already, but that we need to get … Continue reading Where does my happiness come from?
2018 came and bulldozed our lives one way or the other, according to what I have heard from countless people. How a draining and challenging year it was… Which is in line with what I have experienced too. I believe a few years later when we look back at 2018 and analyze it from a more objective point of view, we will see that it … Continue reading When one door closes…