Archive | October, 2015

3 Ways to Make Being Motivated Easier

Tweet  image credit If you are looking for motivation, I assume there are things you would like to do – perhaps long term goals, or things you know are good for you – that are difficult. Things that you just can’t find the time for, don’t know how to get started, or it’s just hard […]

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Ask the Readers – Tell me about Your Motivation / Demotivation

Tweet    image credit   It’s been a while since I did a “Ask the Readers” post, so it’s about time. I’ve been thinking quite a lot about different kinds of motivation lately. Why is it that we are super motivated about certain things, but no at all motivated about others? Different motivations work for […]

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3 Steps to Journaling for Peace of Mind

Tweet  image credit Do you often spend your days worrying? Worrying about how things are? Worrying about things that are missing from your life? Worrying that you are not happy, or that you don’t have enough money? Worrying about the people in your life? How often do you just enjoy the life as it is […]

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FREE – Journaling for Personal Development Workshop on October 24th

Tweet  Kaizen Warriors hard at work, journaling!   It’s happening again, and for the last time this year: A FREE, Journaling for Personal Development workshop. It’s a full day (relatively) of journaling. You will be led through guided journaling. There will be a lot of writing, so hand-aches are a strong possibility. But you will […]

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5 Lessons I’ve Learned on the Path to Becoming A Polymath

Tweet  image credit   Last week I wrote my progress report, on becoming a polymath project. As promised, this is the follow up article. The road to polymathy is not straight-forward. I started off in uncharted territory, and I’m mapping it as I go along. Often by going over the same road again. There is […]

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Journaling Tip: Don’t Catch Up

Tweet  image credit   If you keep a journal (or are just dabbling at it), and if you also happen to be quite methodical and/or perfectionist, one constant temptation is to catch up. I frequently suffer from this. You want to make sure that your journal contains everything of importance, or that it contains everything. […]

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