Harib Shaqsy

How to Stay Motivated During Hard Times

[ad_1] It all starts with a thought and thought leads to emotion, which leads to action and produce different results. If you are thinking that you can't do something, then change that thought and you might feel different about things. Our thoughts are so powerful that they produce the driving force behind our actions. Your personal motivation starts with a thought. What is not real may seem to be real, depending on what we are thinking because that effects your perception of life's experiences.When the going gets tough we tend to take the point of least resistance because this is easiest and requires least effort on our behalf. This is part of being human. The pathway we choose to walk...

Read More

Start Journaling and Improve Your Life

[ad_1] Are you interested in making your life better in ways that you cannot imagine? You can do that. You don't need a self-help book, and you don't need hours of therapy (not that there's anything wrong with either of these).All you need is five dollars to invest in a notebook and a set of pens, and a personal commitment to spend a fixed amount of time writing in your new journal. Before long, you'll begin seeing the benefits. What are the benefits? Keep reading. Journaling Creates ClarityMany of us walk around with questions constantly running through our heads. What should I do next? Why aren't I happier? Where is this relationship going? Is this really what I want my...

Read More

Four Reasons Why Motivation is Important

[ad_1] Everyone wants to be successful. But to be successful, there is an important thing you must have and that is motivation. Here are four reasons why motivation is important for success:1. Motivation helps you get started.Have you noticed the difference between working on something you like and working on something you don't like? I'm sure you can feel the difference. When you're motivated about something, you can work on it effortlessly. Nobody needs to force you to work. Nobody needs to tell you to move. In fact, you are waiting for the opportunity to work. Since getting started is perhaps the most difficult part of getting things done, being motivated is tremendously helpful for you.2. Motivation helps you keep...

Read More

Say Thank You to Your Child

[ad_1] As a parent, you will be the role model and it is very good to set examples as children always use the parent as a role model. When your child has done exactly what you have asked them to do, then you should always use the word "thank you." As a parent, you should realize that the child really does want to please you. It is human instincts as everyone wants to please someone. Sure, they may not come out and say it to you, but deep down inside of them, they want to please you. When they hear the words 'thank you' come from you, they know that they have done a good job and will continue forward...

Read More

10 Criteria to Consider When Choosing a TEM Managed Services Provider

[ad_1] For the uninitiated, Telecom Expense Management (TEM) is, in a nutshell, a broad framework consisting of industry best practices combined with innovative technologies to deliver an integrated holistic solution that enables enterprises to effectively manage and optimise their telecom expenditures across the organisation. Deploying TEM successfully within an enterprise will result in increased profitability, visibility, accountability, and manageability into how every dollar is being spent and accounted for within the organisation.Consider what happens when telecom costs are not properly managed or optimised:- Lack of visibility and management of telecom services and asset inventory typically average anywhere from 10%-30% of wasted telecom expenses a year.- Lack of expertise and resources in thoroughly auditing monthly telecom service provider bills can result...

Read More

Improving Work Skills: How To Reinforce What’s Working For You

[ad_1] Improving work skills is not just about looking at what is not working and finding creative ways to address it, it is also about acknowledging what is working and putting systems in place to reinforce it. Here are five ways in which you can reinforce what's working for you and hence ensure that you become more and more productive over time:Repetition One effective way of embedding what works in your psyche and hence improving your work skills is through repetition. Repetition creates 'neural pathways' in the brain. These are literally pathways that become deeper and deeper each time you repeat an action until the action becomes a part of you. Do you think about how to brush your teeth...

Read More

Fear Emotions – Positive Or Negative?

[ad_1] What is fear's purpose? How do you handle it? While I am working in my pest control business, I meet people on an almost daily basis who are influenced by negative fear thoughts regarding pests invading their premises. A good size spider, rat, or unexpected insect can set someone off pretty quickly, and literally immobilize them. It consumes their thoughts to the point where they have trouble thinking about anything else.Thinking about why people do this, makes me wonder about the purpose of Fear emotions. I really started wondering as to how many people really do allow Fear, anxiety, worry, etc. to freeze them into inaction in everyday life. They achieve a very negative result, one which I have...

Read More

Mirror Neurons and Laughter

[ad_1] Browse any college's library and your sure to find several books on the use of humor in psychology. Many of these books are very serious in tone and explain humor using technical jargon and psychological terms many are unfamiliar with, and reading this material it becomes clear that often talking about why something is funny is often a surefire way to slowly kill the joy in conversation. I am very wary of this, but am also endlessly fascinated by new research that explains how and why people build connections through humor. With this idea in mind, it is interesting to consider a discovery of something in the brain called mirror neurons, something renowned neuroscientist V.S. Ramachandran says "will do...

Read More

Get Unstuck – The Trouble With Self-Improvement Projects!

[ad_1] What was your New Year Resolution this year? Did you decide to eat more healthily, or exercise more regularly? Maybe you wanted to become a better listener, or be more patient, or work on reducing stress.Whatever it was, how long did it last?More often than not, in spite of truly being committed to our resolutions to make improvements, somehow they begin to fade away within a few weeks.Why is this?Could it be that we really didn't want to make this change after all? Maybe we lack the determination or will power? Perhaps we're just plain lazy?Well, maybe it's none of these.Let's start by acknowledging that any kind of change is difficult and uncomfortable -- even if we initiate it...

Read More

Why is Being Positive Important?

[ad_1] I like helping other people. It suddenly dawned on me today that when we project positive thoughts and feelings into the world we help others. But what about when we are negative?There is one person who occasionally comes to the office where I work. I am SO grateful he doesn't come more often! This man exudes negativity. If you were to rank him on a scale from 1 to 10 he would be an 11. He always shares too much personal information that I don't want to know, and it is all negative. Mainly he talks about his money problems.The Law of Attraction teaches us that if we are filled with thoughts of poverty we will attract more poverty....

Read More

Back to Main Page
Support