Thursday, March 11, 2010

How To Overcome Failure In Life In 3 Simple Steps

Author: Michael Lee
If you want to know how to overcome failure in life, you have to be ready to work at it. You don’t have a fairy godmother who can just make everything right again.

You have to do the work yourself; the good news is that it is easier than you might think. No matter how low you’ve gone, you can learn how to overcome failure in life. Just follow these 3 simple steps

Step 1: Believe In Yourself.

The first thing you have to do is believe in yourself. Why? Well, if you’re such a failure, who else is going to root for you? If you have supportive friends and family, that’s great! But ultimately, the one who needs to believe in you is you yourself.

If you think you are beyond redemption or if you think that success will always elude you, then you’re just setting yourself up for another failure.

I know it’s tough to believe in yourself once again, especially after the things you have gone through; but believe me when I say that you can. You can rise up again. You can be great again. You can be whatever you want to be as long as you believe in yourself.

Step 2: Don’t Be Afraid To Try Again.

The Benefits Of Using A Life Coach

At some point in their life, most people find that they have lost their direction and passion for some aspect of part of their life. They’re caught up in the day-to-day routines and the grind of trying to survive in a world that is increasingly stressful and artificial. If this sounds like you, a life coach can act as your guide to help find happiness, purpose, and passion again.

A life coach partners with you to realign existing goals or create new ones. They can clear obstacles and break patterns of destructive thinking. Your life coach holds you accountable for the actions and decisions you need to take and make to get your life going in a positive and self-affirming direction.

Personal coaching provides an objective view of your life, what you want out of it, and how to get there. If you want to make real changes, you have to be willing to step outside your comfort zone. Just as in athletics, where the coach pushes his team members past their self-imposed limitations, so your personal coach will hold you accountable for taking the measures needed to effect the changes you want.

Personal Change: 4 Conditions that Transform Us

Copyright (c) 2010 Dorothy Tannahill Moran

Sometimes terminology gets tossed around and we all nod our heads like we understand what's being said, when we don't. I thought I would take a few steps back and take a simplistic look at what personal change is, to ensure we're all nodding our heads in understanding.

When I speak about personal change, I'm describing something personally transformative. The personal transformation can be large or small but somehow you change a bit of who you are. Personal transformation can be driven by external and internal events. These events can be prompted by something you control and others "happen to you". I use the word event because often times, there is some very real event that occurs and a series of internal changes follow. Let's examine these situations, look at examples and why that creates personal transformation.

External Events - An external event is something that happens in your environment. Examples of external events can be things such as moving, the death of someone, getting hired or fired, starting or finishing school, or children moving out of the house. On the surface these external events look just that: external to us. Yet, despite their external nature the internal impact is always there. The internal impact is not always in portion to the event itself. This is because we all process the impact in different ways. I'll discuss our internal reactions later.

Thursday, February 4, 2010

Project Management career advancement

Definition of Project Management: Project management is the discipline of planning, organizing and managing resources to bring about the successful completion of specific project ...

Are you working in the area of project management? Then you should make an effort to acquire this PMBOK (Project Management Body of Knowledge) which would help you become more professional.

It is always good to improve oneself including getting more or better qualifications when one wants to advance in one's career. If your work involves project management, then one examination you should sit for is
PMP exam (PMP is short for Project Management Professional)  and get PMP Certification. PMP examination is offered by PMI (Project Management Institute).

Monday, October 20, 2008

The Importance of Taking Action

By: Daniel N Brown

Enjoying a good life is common to us all. We all want the same things, good health, positive relationships, fulfilling career, and enough money to live comfortably. But, there are others that want a life of abundance and prosperity. These are the ones that have dreams of doing great things, having successful businesses, visiting interesting places, meeting extraordinary people, and having the ability to help others financially.

If you are going to enjoy a life of abundance and prosperity it will require some action. This should be obvious. But, sometimes the obvious is frequently overlooked.

You didn't get to where you are today without taking some sort of action. So, it makes sense that if you have a vision in your head about where you would like to be in the future, it will require action.

The problem with most people is, even though they may have the knowledge to do some particular thing, they lack putting the necessary action behind that knowledge.

A Person is Only Limited by the Thoughts He Chooses

By: Daniel N Brown

Many of the circumstances in a person's life are often produced by him, or her self.

I believe we each create our own luck, whether it be good or bad. Consciously, or unconsciously, we may have at some time or another, produced our own conditions, desirable, or undesirable, either in our bodily health or other circumstances.

Many of these conditions in our lives, whether they be favorable or unfavorable, are largely determined by our beliefs.

You may not accept that. You might be like a lot of people that I have encountered that make excuses. Making excuses and casting blame only make us out to be the victim. There is absolutely no power in playing the part of a victim.

You Choose to React or Respond

By: Daniel Sitter

Choices abound. Sometimes choices confound us, while at other times, certain choices are rather obvious. Any way you approach the subject, choices present opportunities to either excel or hinder. As human beings, we were endowed by our Creator with the power of choice. It is one of the factors that differentiate persons from animals. Some people make these choices or decisions more easily than others.

Each day, we must decide how we will spend our precious twenty four hours and deal with all that the world presents to us. We choose how we will be affected by both everyday occurrences and those that are much more extraordinary. Whether consciously or unconsciously, we choose to either react or respond. These are not the same, for one is negative and one is positive. Which we choose may have a significant impact on our life and possibly those close to us.