As always here are the articles that will help us face our week and help us through our grief. I hope they help you or inspire you to see a more positive tomorrow
Aparna presents Sense of humor-tips to regain it posted at Beauty and Personality Grooming, saying, “Our sense of humor abandons us right when we need it the most- on a really bad day. We seem to associate growing up with â€śgetting seriousâ€ť. Sometimes we suppress our laughter simply because we are afraid of what others will think of us. Our funny bone gets broken. Here are some suggestions for repairing your sense of humor and regaining healthy laughter”
Celes presents Why Disappointment Is Good posted at EmbraceLiving.Net, saying, “Ever been disappointed before? When’s the last time you were disappointed? This is a 4-parter series that shares why disappointment is actually good, how to tell if you are dealing with disappointment in a destructive manner and how you can overcome it.”
Lana Kravtsova presents One Question You Need to Ask Yourself That Will Make All of Your Dreams Come True. posted at Dream Followers.
Jim DeSantis presents Have Fun Unleashing Your Latent Creativity posted at Unleashing Creativity at On Line Tribune, saying, “You have some great ideas. You toss them around in your mind. You tell friends about them. They go nowhere. Why? They go nowhere because of what your friends said or because you have the misconception that only a select few are able to unleash a steady flow of creative genius. And, you, of course, couldn’t be one of that select group. That is not true at all.”
Stacey T Pollock presents Choice of Perception is the Key to Happiness posted at Creation Theory Revised Blog, saying, “It is no secret that the way a person views life will essentially bring to them what they want to experience. If a person has an interest in cars they will automatically be drawn to looking at cars on the road, car magazines, advertisements, books, internet sites and anything to do with their interest in life. It is through interest that we find the things we want to experience in life and the key to this is perception and choice.”
Burak Bilgin presents Realize Your Vision posted at Distiller’s Corner, saying, “A vision is an ultimate goal, an idea that is worth devoting your life to. We donâ€™t need a reason to live, but living without a vision, without a purpose is nothing but a bare existence.”
Relax presents The art of taking risk posted at The Wise Curve, saying, “mastering the art of taking risk will bring you one step closer to success in your career, study, relationship, investment, and many more areas in your life.”
Nicholas Powiull presents Closing the Gap Between Where You Are & Where You Desire to Be posted at Conscious Flex, saying, “Rather you choose to think it or not, life was designed to help you achieve any desire you want. When you are not aligned with your desire, your negative feelings will tell you. Negative feelings are a guidance to help you realize that you are tuning-in to other channels that will not lead to your desire.”
Brad Trnavsky presents SMART Goals and You posted at Sales Management 2.0 Podcast, saying, “The key to achieving whatever you want in your career, business or life is to set goals that are SMART: Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic and Timely. How can you use these five qualities to create goals that will accelerate your sales efforts? Once your goals are set, how can you stay motivated to see them through to completion? This episode will help you do all this and more.”
Brain Blogger presents Changing the Error of Our Ways posted at Brain Blogger, saying, “We all have bad habits. I donâ€™t sleep nearly enough, and by mid-afternoon Iâ€™m a basket case without an infusion of chocolate. I know I should probably sleep more and avoid sweets; in fact, Iâ€™ve known this for several years, but Iâ€™ve never felt motivated to change my ways. This human tendency has beleaguered health care professionals for ages: how do we motivate individuals to change their behaviors? Two recent studies may give us some ideas.”
Paula Kawal presents Depression: A Spiritual Awakening posted at Journey Inward Productions, saying, “Like many people (it might even be safe to say most people) I havenâ€™t gotten this far in life without traversing a few bouts of depression. My first was in late childhood, my second was in my teen years and my third was alcohol related in my early twenties.”
Will Edwards presents How Positive Thinking Works posted at Inspiration, saying, “If you have never before heard of the Pygmalion Effect you may be in for a bit of a surprise. It is the principle that underpins the whole idea of positive thinking. Simply put, it is that people always tend to realise their expectations about themselves; or, in the succinct words of Henry Ford, whether you think you can or you think you can’t, you’re right. In this article, we’ll consider why this is the case.”
Pat Evans presents True Happiness – 7 Tips To Experience More Joy In Your Life posted at Lifes Instructions.
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