Posts that made a difference in my life the last week. Here’s hoping to a step or two forward for you as well.
The Difference Between Trying and Doing!
This is a powerful post from Michael Hyatt about our motivation and being honest with ourselves and others. If you are a Star Wars fan, or a fan of motivational speaking at all, you’ll love this post. It’s convicting, so fair warning!
What I Learned at Tony Robbins’ Business Mastery EventI try not to put two posts from the same author in at the same time, but this post has many useful nuggets on what Michael Hyatt learned from attending a Tony Robbins event. There are some extremely valuable lessons to be learned!
To Love the Shape of Your Life
Amber Haines’ post about friendship and honesty and real, give-it-to-me-straight truth, all while loving me well as a friend and confidant. There are some writers who have a knack for opening up a window to their souls with their honesty and writing style. In this post, Amber opens up the doors. Some people may not appreciate the openness and free-flowing thoughts she lays out in this post, but I sure did. It’s refreshing to see someone that lays it all out, and hopes and prays for the best.
When This Is My Best Life Now
A thought-provoking post from Preston Yancey about…his thoughts, our thoughts, his changes-of-mind, his questions and more. Not sure how to describe it yet. Read it, then maybe you can help me describe it! It’s quick and easy read, but not nearly as quick to forget. (Not that I’m trying to, by the way.)
How I Overcame An Everyday Habit And Learned to Enjoy My Life
So often, especially as the new year rolls in, we start making changes in our life. Instead of dealing with the cravings for those things, we quit one thing, but soon find ourselves replacing it with something else that we don’t even realize, which really has the same base craving as the thing we’re quitting, which ultimately, makes us crave said thing more…It’s a never-ending cycle of want, don’t give in, substitute, want more, fight harder, substitute, want really badly, fight even harder (or give up), and substitute. If only we can boil it down to the cravings that make us want said thing though, it may be a little simpler than we think. Not easy, just simpler. Great post from Allison Vesterfelt.
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