If there was one thing that I could change about the world it would be to
remove the thought, “I’m not good enough” , from the thought process of everyone in the world.
This single thought has managed to cause more damage than any other in the history of mankind and if people are honest, every person has entertained this thought at one time or another. Read more...(990 words, 9 images, estimated 3:58 mins reading time)
One of the most common blocks people face in accomplishing their goals is the worry about what others think of your choices, behaviors or talents. How often have you stopped doing something because you didn’t want to look foolish or be picked on by someone else?
This is a limiting thought that can be easily changed if you start to focus on what you are doing in the moment and forget what others might be thinking about it, you will enjoy life a whole lot more and find success as well. There are several simple reasons that this is true. Read more...(649 words, 5 images, estimated 2:36 mins reading time)
If the average human lifespan was 40 years, how would you live your life differently?
Perception has a lot to do with the way that we live. We all walk through life with no real idea when the game is going to be over and our flame will be snuffed out.
I think that when you are young you don’t often think about death too much because in all likelihood you are going to have many years before that becomes relevant to you. Yet there is no way of knowing. Read more...(834 words, 6 images, estimated 3:20 mins reading time)
Have you ever seen insanity where you later saw creativity?
By JD Hilton Day 57
My initial response is no, but when I look back, there have been many
situations that I have seen that I initially dismissed as insanity to my own perspective but can see that the situation really was creativity was occurring.
The most creative people create from a place that does not fit into the norms and expectations of people in society. It comes down to your own judgments of what is insanity and what is creativity. Read more...(632 words, 9 images, estimated 2:32 mins reading time)