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Our life is a combination of past experiences, future goals and expectations, current struggles and achievements. The way we perceive it highly depends on our perspective. However, our self-perception is often distorted by: •Negative self-beliefs. It may sound strange, but negative self-beliefs are often developed to protect the true self from setbacks and disappointments. A person focuses on the worst possible...

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Short inspirational quotes are like little sparks. They seem small and often insignificant, but they hold the power to fire up our motivation and lighten up our days. In fact, life’s greatest wisdom is usually enclosed in short inspirational quotes, sayings and proverbs, not in books and books of knowledge. They speak the most to our heart. Like powerful success mantras...

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How many things have you regretted doing in your life? I bet quite a few, just like everyone else. Well, below is my list of 7 things that I know I will never regret doing and this knowledge is actually empowering in so many ways. For example, it is nice to feel that you can not mess up (for a change)....

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Kids are AMAZING. They really are. They make us smile. They remind us that the world is a continuous wonder. They show us how to be authentic. They inspire us to love generously and forgive instantly. They don’t know how to hold grudges for over 5 minutes. They are terrible at keeping secrets. And they don’t have a punch line for jokes....

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motivationWe all have 3 choices when it comes to taking action. We can make things happen, watch things happen, or ask, “What happened?” In the end, it is entirely up to us. The only thing that changes is the outcome.

Since you are reading this post, I have a feeling that you are a person who makes or wants to make things happen. You set goals and try to stick with them. But at times you might hit a wall and just don’t seem to find the motivation to get back on track.

Well, you are not alone. I feel that way too from time to time. It is enough to skip a few days of exercise, stay up late watching a movie, have a couple of really busy weeks at work and your resolutions to get fit, to wake up early, to eat healthy are seriously challenged.

Once the habit is broken, it becomes hard to motivate yourself into starting over.

Good news is that it does not take much to spark inspiration and make a tiny effort towards rekindling your motivation. Bad news is that there are a few factors that make it difficult to feel excited and enthusiastic about anything.

When we confront and eliminate these factors, it becomes much easier to stay motivated, boost your productivity and  actually enjoy what we do.

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What does it mean to you to stay optimistic?

A few days ago I stumbled upon “The Optimist Creed” and I got my question answered. Imagine my surprise, when I discovered that this creed was written exactly 100 years ago! It first appeared in Christian D. Larson’s book “Your Forces and How to Use Them” in 1912. Since that time The Optimism Creed has turned into a Positivity Mantra for thousands of people. It has been used in hospitals to help patients recover from illness; in locker rooms to improve athletes’ performance; in offices to help people find their inner drive and motivation.

I hope that it will remind you of all great things that are worth remembering and fill your days with optimism, inspiration and love.


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Sometimes, we get so caught up in a whirlpool of our daily routines, responsibilities, urgent deadlines, business meetings and snap decisions that we start living in our heads. We become too business-like, too rational, too busy to open our eyes and truly see the colors of the world.

But then we stumble on a stunning picture, an inspirational video, a genuine smile, an uplifting quote and like a cup of hot chocolate on a cold, rainy day, they spread warmth through our stomach and fill our heart with joy and gratitude.

They pull us out of our daily routines, social templates and the drama of things that are not really important. And they shift our focus onto everything that is good in this world.

We need these Reminders to stay grounded and to help us find peace, joy and warmth every day.

Here are a few Irish Blessings that you may like:

1. inspirational quotes

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self helpMany people are looking for definite answers to complicated and often empty questions that will have very little impact on their happiness and well-being.

Sometimes, I get myself all worked up doing this too…

Then there are different kinds of questions! Questions that do not have a right or wrong answer. Questions that free the mind and keep you focused on the right things. Questions that when asked in the right moment, can transform our life more than any enlightening answer we will ever receive.

Here is a list of 30 such Self-Help Questions that are important to ask yourself at least once in a while (especially when you feel like your mind is filled with worries and mundane problems):

1. If you could offer your child only one piece of advice, what would it be?

2. If you could move to any country in the world, where would you go and why?

3. If you didn’t know your age, how old would you say you are?

4. If you are yourself 1 year in the future, what advice would you give yourself today?

5. If life is so short, why do we do so many things we don’t like?

6. And why do we like so many things we don’t do?

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steve jobs quotesGreat minds think differently. And it is one of the reasons for their greatness.

When I try to think of a successful person whose thinking and vision was so innovative it shaped the way we interact with the world – Steve Jobs immediately comes to mind. His powerful creative drive, endless search for perfection, and unconventional thinking made him a legend of this generation.

And while Steve Jobs is no longer with us, his ideas, his vision and his personal success story continues to affect and inspire millions of people in every part of the world.

Here are 9 Guidelines of Life that Steve Jobs himself preached and followed, be it when creating his latest iPhone, building multi-million dollar companies or when facing personal and professional setbacks.

1. Do what you love

“Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven't found it yet, keep looking. Don't settle. As with all matters of the heart, you'll know when you find it.”

“Follow your passion and money will follow” – is advice that has been repeated by so many successful people it almost sounds like a cliché. Yet when it comes to making a career and professional decisions, many of us believe that achieving success is about being practical, not about doing what makes us happy day in and day out.

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