Tag: paths

The Loyal Royal Life

The success of a monarch, who does not resort to tyranny, relies heavily on the loyalty of his or her subjects. In our own lives, being loyal creates ascendency, thus making us kings and queens. Conversely the king or queen has to be loyal to the …

Your Path Is Unique

Your intuition is your personal guiding light in this infinite universe. Listen to everyone and analyze things from all angles but never put all your faith in leaders, groups or a particular doctrine. When we completely commit to one group, leader or particular doctrine we can’t …

Stick To Your Weirdness

People with different perspectives from popularly held views sometimes suppress their unique qualities in order to blend in. It is better to be yourself and attract a few genuine people than to project a false image. It might take a while to find people who appreciate …

A Phoenix Rises From Failure

Failure can make or break you depending on your perspective. Failure may trigger deep retrospection and introspection or anger, sadness and depression. Failure is an opportunity to learn about self and spot flaws that are usually hidden by success. The lessons in failure protect against difficulties …

Enjoy The Journey

Achieving a goal takes you to a higher level. Goals motivate and give direction. However a goal may become an obsession. Sometimes when people set a goal they spend their days in agitation, anticipating the outcome. They are tormented by an emptiness that can only be …

Your Unique Style

A unique style stands out and speaks on behalf of its creator. Unique styles are developed and discovered. Many professionals develop their unique style after mastering conventional methods. Be Humble Be humble before you decide to rumble. The autonomous professional was an amateur that learned from …

Protect Your Goal

Your long term goal is a baby that needs care and protection. Only Tell A Few In this age of artificial stimulation and short attention spans many people lack imagination. It is therefore best to share your goals with only those are genuinely close to you. …

Professional 2: Do It Daily

“For about 5 years he did not take one day off. We trained on Christmas, twice on his birthday.” – Bob Bowman coach of Michael Phelps The most important rule for excelling in your field is daily practice. Achieving professionalism may seem disturbingly out of reach …