9 Habits to Stop Now (Not-to-Do)

Here are nine stressful and common habits that entrepreneurs and office workers should strive to eliminate. The bullets are followed by more detailed descriptions. Focus on one or two at a time, just as you would with high-priority to-do items. Continue reading 9 Habits to Stop Now (Not-to-Do)

What Do You Want? A Better Question, First of All

“What are your goals?” is similarly fated for confusion and guesswork. To rephrase the question, we need to take a step back and look at the bigger picture. Continue reading What Do You Want? A Better Question, First of All

HOW TO EXPERIENCE THE SATISFACTION OF UNSELFISH THINKING

Most people recognize the value of unselfish thinking, and most would even agree that it’s an ability they would like to develop. Many people, however, are at a loss concerning how to change their thinking. To begin cultivating the ability to think unselfishly, I recommend that you do the following: Continue reading HOW TO EXPERIENCE THE SATISFACTION OF UNSELFISH THINKING

How to Beat the Professional at Their Own Game of (Stock Market).

The stock market is indeed a dangerous place for beginners, which is why some investors choose the trusted advice of Wall Street professionals and advisors over their own intuition. For some, I do not doubt this is a sensible choice and worth the extra money that comes with employing a professional in the field. Continue reading How to Beat the Professional at Their Own Game of (Stock Market).

The Five Stages of Freelance to Freedom

At the same time, most do have a dream to do something different. Commonly, it is not to find a different full-time job. Instead, they feel drawn to starting a side business doing something they have a passion for. They have a desire to help others in some way. Continue reading The Five Stages of Freelance to Freedom

Interpretation and Reinterpretation

This capacity to fill in the blanks even happens on the physiological level. In our field of vision we have two complete bind sport—the points where our optic nerves connect to our eyes. We literally cannot see in those spots, but our brains automatically take in all of the surrounding information and seamlessly fill in the blanks. As a result, we appear to have a solid field of vision, even though it’s an illusion created by our brain’s ability to interpret information. Continue reading Interpretation and Reinterpretation