How to be happy in your job: Step #1 understand the G.I.F.T. that it is! Step #2 Be... G - Genuine. Always be true to yourself I - Interested. Take a solid interest in what you do F - Forthright. Be honest, sincere and direct T - Tolerant. Consider that your way may not always be the best way. Remain open and willing to see people for who they are.Be happy in your job! A happy person is a successful person! Namaste
It's been a long while since I even thought about posting anything! But, I am ready to introduce my new website which is a reflection of the path life has taken me. I'd appreciate any visits, feedback, or comments. Thank you!http://ablissfullifeyogacenter...
1. Keep It Simple: avoid repetition & redundancy; keep it plain & simple by not over complicating things or overstretching an idea.2. Keep It Clear: avoid ambiguity (unclear) & clutter; keep it crisp & clear by not mixing tenses or using jargon. Jargon would be a word or words used by a specific group or company that don't make sense to everyone else. 3. Keep It Elegant: avoid inconsistencies in writing style & unbalanced paragraphs; keep it pristine and elegant by ke
Maybe some of you have noticed I haven't been around much lately, or maybe not...I know one special person that noticed and I love her for checking in on me (thanks, Swangirl).That being said, I'm here to pass along a special motivational message from Mr. Will Smith:"Being realistic is the most commonly traveled road to mediocrity" Sometimes we need to put aside all the "realistic" notions passed down through generation after generation and step outside the norm...think outside the box...see b
"Don't compete. Collaborate."~SadhguruThere is a common misconception that we humans are at our best when pushed to our limits...when we're stressed by deadlines and competition to be #1. Think about your state of being when you've been at your best...when you've been your most creative. Was it when you were stressed or was it when you were happy and at peace?Human potential is at it's best when we are joyful, peaceful & pleasant beings. It only makes sense, then, that a collaborative pr
I've been really unmotivated, lately, and slacking with adding new content to my more established sites. However, I'm adding new stuff to my new site almost daily, so I'm happy about that...however, I've hit a wall with finding new ideas to write about for my other 2 sites. It bothers me. I feel like they are my 3 children and the infant is getting all the attention. Which makes me wonder if the 2 older sibling sites are feeling neglected?? "Mama still loves you, babies, that will never ch
"People who succeed have momentum. The more they succeed, the more they want to succeed, and the more they find a way to succeed. Similarly, when someone is failing, the tendency is to get on a downward spiral that can even become a self-fulfilling prophecy." --Tony RobbinsImagine the strength and building momentum it must take for this 48 foot (15 metres), 45 ton Humpback to fully breach the surface like this!Be the whale: keep pushing through and continuing to build up the momentum you've
As pointed out by a couple members, this wasn't really the best keyword to use for a title...however, even with using the keyword "sexy over 50" in the search, I'm still ranking pretty well. Not page 1, well, but still...Just don't want to mislead anyone. And, I'm always the first to admit I was wrong.Maybe this is a better example to use in showing how Jaaxy helped me choose a keyword that helped this article get ranked:Barb