Posts tagged: accountability

The Benefits of Giving Yourself a Yearly Performance Review

In many jobs you are given a yearly performance review that lets you know how well you are performing. If you want to improve your life, you can greatly benefit from giving yourself a personal yearly performance review. I gave myself one at the beginning of this year and it has… Continue reading

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Making the Right Choices Can Make All the Difference When it Comes to Being Happy

In one of my first posts on this blog, I went over the concept of happiness being a choice. It can be difficult to accept and apply this concept at first, because it runs counter to what most of the world believes. We are taught that we have to do all sorts of different things, and live our lives a certain way if… Continue reading

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Your Actions Are What Define You

This article is a wake up call for every person that lies to themselves, and to others, about who and what they really are. You can talk yourself up all you want, you can say how you’re a good person, you can say that you are this or that. The truth is that your actions are what ultimately define who and what you are, not your words.

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Tuesday September 20th, 2011 in , , , , | No Comments »

Should You “Burn The Ships”?

An often quoted story in motivational literature features a Spanish Conquistador by the name of Hernán Cortés that conquered the Aztecs. As the story goes, once all of his men and supplies were on land he set fire to their ships. This forced his men to fight with no option to retreat. This “Burn the Ships” strategy proved to be successful as his army was victorious in defeating the… Continue reading | 3 Comments

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Friday January 29th, 2010 in , , , , | 3 Comments »