Positivity is one of the best traits a person can possess. An optimistic personality is one of the happiest, calmest and most peaceful personality in a human body.
However, positivity doesn’t come naturally to everyone. Continue Reading
Tony Robbins is not a name unheard of; this magnetic, charismatic coach has used his unique perspective on success, peace and life to help millions of people.
He is known to induce positivity by the power of his speech, actions and words- he inspires people to live the lives they want. Continue Reading
Oprah Winfrey is one of the most iconic and recognized media person in the world today. With a net worth of USD 2.8 billion, this prolific lady has been an advocate of power of practising gratitude for years.
She has maintained a gratitude journal for more than a decade now- but how has this helped her succeed? Continue Reading
Power of expressing and feeling gratitude cannot be undermined- but that said the real challenge is maintaining a physical journal/diary for your thoughts. Many a times you may experience a beautiful moment that so touches your heart and just when you wish you had something to record your feelings- you realize your journal is back home on your side table. Continue Reading
As end of this year draws near, time has come where people would reflect back and think about things they are grateful for.
To be honest, feeling grateful is a feeling that should not be limited to Thanksgiving- in fact, it should be cherished all year round.
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One must make a conscious effort to inculcate happiness as a habit and induce optimism around him/herself. It all begins with taking small steps and bringing about minor changes. Usually, mornings can be hasty, sleepy or plain dead! But believe it or not- the way you begin your mornings has a major impact on your mindset and the rest of the day. It essentially influences your emotional balance and stamina at work. We encourage listening to Continue Reading
We have a tendency to spend weekends either of the two ways usually: party till you drop dead or turn into a couch potato and go on Netflix rampage. We may also find ourselves getting tired, low or depressed because simply put- we may have nothing to do and weekend may seem like a drag. Continue Reading
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