In a disaster, would you be a likely survivor?
You see, there are three different responses to disaster. One of the possible responses is deadly, whereas another response will heighten your chances of survival.
Which response would YOU have?
I’ll illustrate each one of these three responses in a dramatic real-life story and then take a quick look at how you can train yourself to be a survivor.
But first let’s go back to the central question:
Can You Train to be a Survivor?
What if I told you there’s a medicine that would make you feel more grounded, sharpen your mind, lift your spirits, and make you feel rejuvenated.
You’d be skeptical, right?
“What about side effects?”
“There aren’t any.”
“But it’s expensive, right?”
“No, it’s free.”
After my divorce, I was at the lowest point of my life.
I had gone from married, professional and homeowner to divorced, jobless and homeless. (To clarify, I didn’t find myself on the streets, but I didn’t have a permanent address, either.)
The past few years involved a slow and steady journey to rock bottom. And in this place, I wasn’t quite sure what to do.
I was in my mid-30’s but I felt like I had lived a lifetime,
You had something to say, but as usual, nobody listened.
It’s irritating, right?
They seemed to write you off the second you opened your mouth. Worse than that, they barely even acknowledged you were there.
And it happens every time.
You know you have great ideas and opinions worth listening to, but nobody ever seems to take you seriously. So half the time you don’t even bother speaking up any longer,
Where is the Life we have lost in living? Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge? Where is the knowledge we have lost in information? T. S. Eliot
Oh, let’s face it.
Use it, love it, or hate it, you procrastinate.
We all do.
Procrastination is a label that covers all manners of behaviors, from passive aggressive attempts at being in control,
You finally reach a place of calm and peace, and then it hits you:
You can’t escape the buzz.
The static won’t quiet down.
It’s like there’s a parade outside, but closing the window won’t help … because this parade is inside your mind.
You juggle through a dozen things at once every day, just to keep up. Coupled with the amount of distractions thrown at you by the modern world,
It’s frustrating, isn’t it?
Here you are, trying to build a meaningful and fulfilling life for yourself. But it seems like you’re forever caught up in the overwhelming minutiae of daily existence.
You want to start your mornings with some quiet reflection, but the dog needs to be let out, the kids need their lunches packed, and you can’t forget to stop for gas on the way to work.
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Do you feel overwhelmed by the amount of stuff in your life?
Do you feel like your to-do list gets longer each day?
By: Anastasiya Goers
Do you feel that exercise is punishment?
That’s what I used to think growing up every time that my Mom tried to send me in for sports.
I used to think, ‘How can a person enjoy all that sweating, pain and discomfort?’
Instead, I loved to dive into the fictitious world of novels, exercise your brain by learning something new or get creative with some crafts.
Author: Barrie Davenport
Did you know having self-confidence is as critical to your overall happiness and well-being as good nutrition is to your health?
That may sound like an overstatement, but research shows having self-confidence dramatically improves your finances, your relationships, your career, and your achievement in all areas of your life.
Dr. Timothy Judge of The University of Florida revealed in several studies that people with healthy self-confidence have a substantially higher annual income than those with low confidence.