Shift Your Focus: How to Step Away from Distractions

By prevailing over all obstacles and distractions, one may unfailingly arrive at his chosen goal or destination. ~Christopher Columbus Google researchers have shown that people today have an attention span shorter than a goldfish. This appears true in a society that encourages multi-tasking, even though studies have shown that virtually no one can multi-task well. […]

3 Effective Ways to Accomplish More in Life

“To accomplish great things, we must dream as well as act.” ~Anatole France By Vanessa Davis We all have our “thing”, something we believe in that helps us to be better every day. Unfortunately, though, negative thoughts, laziness, and obstacles tend to muffle that inspiring whisper within us. Our egos preoccupy us with trifles when instead […]

5 Ways to Live a Fulfilling Life

By Harrish Sairaman Bored with the monotonous routine and want to break free? Neither a vacation nor any drink can make that happen. These methods have a temporary effect on your life. The moment you come back from your tour or recover from a night of drinking, life takes you back to its same old […]

17 Quotes on Compassion to Elevate Your Life and Others

What makes a person compassionate? Really, the only way to tell is by his or her actions. And those actions come from having an open and giving heart. As world-renowned Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh says, “Compassion is a verb”. Being deeply aware of another person’s suffering and then wishing to relieve that suffering by […]

Creating Good Habits

“Good habits, once established are just as hard to break as are bad habits” ~Robert Puller It’s hard for us to break our bad habits. We’re under stress at work and at home, which can lead to overeating, having one too many glasses of wine at night, yelling at our kids and not exercising because […]

5 Carl Jung Quotes on Self-Awareness for an Authentic Life

Painful emotions burden us. They develop from experience with trauma, loss, rejection, abandonment and failure. When we don’t heal ourselves of these emotional wounds, neurosis can develop. Swiss psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung said, “Neurosis is always a substitute for legitimate suffering.” We suffer and for good reason. Maybe physical or emotional harm happened to us, […]