Habits are the hardest things to change. We make decisions based off our habits most times, not off our critical thinking skills. We get so used to doing things a certain way that we never take the time out to actually ask ourselves, “is this the best option?”. Our habits tend to hold us backContinue reading “Changing Habits”
Never allow anyone to tell you your limitations. People tend to think they know you better than you. Don’t allow their ignorance to influence your growth.
To be conscious that you are ignorant of the facts is a great step to knowledge. Benjamin Disraeli
Don’t assume an individual hasn’t grown or improved. Maybe you’re judging the present them with an old perception of them in mind. So who really is the one who needs to grow?
You should never stop learning. The key to learning, is knowing what information is useful and what information is not.
Keep believing only god can judge you if you want to. Meanwhile, your children are paying attention to everything you do. Yes, your children may love you dearly but respect you barely. They respect your title and the fact they don’t have the ability to fend for themselves yet. They see your actions. They knowContinue reading “Thought Of The Day”
Increase your value. You want to increase your value, not just for yourself, but also for your love ones as well. You know better, you do better, you show better!
In order to improve as a society we must learn to take accountability for our actions, and also be able to hold others accountable. Criticism is a part of growth. If something isn’t right we have to be able to speak up on it without it being called an attack. We as a society shouldContinue reading “Accountability”
http://www.inc.com/nicolas-cole/20-brutal-truths-all-twentysomethings-need-to-hear.html?cid=sf01002&sr_share=facebook Great read!!! The writer of this piece was on point with everything. Great advice. He wrote it for the twentysomethings but I also know some thirtysomethings who can learn a thing or two as well.