Look at this beautiful scene. The flowers are in full bloom, and are so vibrant you can almost smell them. The rays of that sunrise seem to go on forever. Is the darkness of discontent getting in the way of seeing the scene? Is the black void of pessimism blinding you of the beauties that show up in friends, family, music, movies, and yes, even the difficulties and challenges you face? Turn on the light of gratitude. Be grateful in hard things. Find the joy in the jumbled mes
Notice how when we move along in life, we have the opportunity to bring others along with us. We each have the ability to make a difference in the life of another. Search out others in need. Reach out and lift. As we do, our love is increased. We become one with another. One in heart, one in purpose -- and together as one we can seek out and strengthen more. #RainOnAWindowTeachingMe
Are you always irritated? Perspective is everything and the most important thing to be conscious of. Dr. Paul shares with us an acronym that will help capture what we can do about our irritability. F- frustration A- anger R- resentment T- time out
What does your mind look like? Today, Paul Jenkins is here to share with us how our subconscious mind works and how it correlates to the conscious mind. How do you reprogram your subconscious mind? We're here to find out.
Remember, until you see it as a choice, it isn't. "On your way to becoming successful, you're going to encounter rejection somewhere along the line - it's just a natural part of life. Your application might be denied, you might not be picked for the team, or you might not get the job. To overcome rejection and keep moving forward, you have to see rejection for what it really is - a myth. When you get rejected, nothing has changed, and nothing has been taken away from you.
It's important to take accountability for our choices and it's not the same as blaming ourselves. Sometimes things happen beyond our control. Here are 4 questions we need to ask ourselves before we take blame with accountability: 1. How is this about me? 2. How did I create this? 3. What can I learn from this? 4. What is my commitment moving forward?
"Owning out story can be hard but not nearly as difficult as spending our lives running from it. Embracing our vulnerabilities is risky but not nearly as dangerous as giving up on love and belonging and joy--the experiences that make us the most vulnerable. Only when we are brave enough to explore the darkness will we discover the infinite power of our light." -Brené Brown