Personal Development

5 Ways to legitimately build your confidence

Confidence is a skill that anyone can build, I hope you believe that! And building it is going to be easier if you look beyond narrow definitions like “charismatic,” “successful,” and “assertive” as the only ways to be confident. If you work on it from the inside, you will build your self-esteem, which is the most legit form of confidence. Confidence through greater self-esteem will help you find your voice, expand your social circle and…

Why You Find It Hard To Change Your Habits

Ever really wanted to change, but try as you might, you can’t stick to your program? If you’re frustrated and bewildered about why you keep giving up on your good intentions, you’re not alone. But if you keep trying to do something (even as you keep failing at it) that in and of itself means something. Usually, it means there’s a strong desire there. Now, maybe if you know why you keep giving up or…

Quorans Tell Us How to Overcome Laziness

If you’re going through a sloth period and want to get over it, you’re in luck because we’ve rounded up some tips from Quorans to help you overcome laziness, and some of them are genius. But because one can sometimes look like the other, I thought we should first clarify the difference between everyday procrastination and laziness. Procrastination and laziness are not the same We all procrastinate when it comes to certain tasks, and some…

Resolutions that will change your life in 2020

Albert Einstein famously said that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result. Put me down as a believer. So, this year, I want you to join me and makeover your resolutions. Instead of repeating last year’s resolutions to lose 10 pounds, eat better, save more money, etc., try one of the two approaches I’m going to suggest. Approach #1 is to pick a single…

5 Habit-Formation Tips To Help Make Your New Morning Routine Stick!

In an earlier post, we looked at how to design a saner morning routine. It’s a 3-step process where you 1) think about why you need one, 2) design one that’s helpful to meet your needs, and 3) stick to it. Repetition is the name of the habit formation game. Anything we keep doing, we get better at. And to help you stick to your new morning routine, this post has some tips for you.…