The world has changed, the way we work and live has changed, either, and there is no looking back!
It is not easy to find one’s calling in life. Although some know what they want to do from an early age, for most, it takes many years to find their path. Whenever I am asked about finding one’s calling, I usually offer the following advice.
First, one of the reasons it is difficult to find your calling is that you simply do not know what kind of jobs are out there in the world. …
Your eyes are closed. Warm, humid air nestles on your cheeks. The air feels palpable. You lie still, rocking on what feels like water, yet, oddly, you remain dry.
You open your eyes. It’s dark. Warmly dark. Enveloping dark. Above you: a warm darkness. Below you: darkness. In front and to the behind, more dark.
It’s pleasant. Like a warm summer’s night, just as the breeze dies down when the sun finally sets.
Where are you? Where are we? Who are you? Who are we?
We are at the beginning. The beginning of where all consciousness begins on the journey…
If you’ve ever played a good video game, chances are you spent a lot of time on it. Whether you’re shooting them up, messing around with your in-game character or planning a strategy to defeat your enemies, games bring a lot of joy. However, as we grow up, we eventually abandon games in favor of more productive activities.
We come to deal with reality and approach matters more practically. Those who spend long periods of time on games are scorned and deemed to be immature. …
It’s great to have a get-rich-quick idea, but building a business takes much more than what we planned and expected. Almost every entrepreneur I know wants to become a millionaire — like Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, Amazon’s Jeff Bezos, and many others.
They don’t realize that achieving this dream involves far more than having a great idea and making it happen. In fact, much of the success will have nothing to do with money.
In my experience, and the view of most experts, the journey has to begin with the right mindset, attitude, people skills, cash management, and other good habits…
As a business owner, you are no doubt feeling uncertainty and nervousness about our current recession. You have questions. What comes next? What happens until a vaccine is released? Will this end? There are no easy answers. But there is good news. We have survived recessions before. While each recession hits differently, we can learn from each one we’ve been through.
Majority of businessman and entrepreneurs failed at multiple businesses before finding his/her path to success. But how and what support them surviving through recession and thrived in the aftermath. How? …
Most of the time, failure was just another blessing. So many people have lost everything recently. They’ve lost their jobs, their apartments, their health, and some have even their loved ones. More and more people give in to fear and frustration, it can seem like none of this should be happening. Wasn’t it just a few weeks ago, they had everything? They had incomes and careers, homes, and communities, and most importantly, they had security and stability. Or so they thought of life this way.
When COVID-19 swept across the world in ways no one expected and ready, everything changed…
A few things to consider before pursuing copywriting — you have to change the way you view marketing, your customer, marketplace and yourself.
When it comes to copywriting, you don’t need to be hypey or clever. You need to have a deep understanding of psychology — what makes people tick, and what makes people buy.
Break up sentences into smaller ones. Maximum 2–5 lines per paragraph.
Customized marketing — Call out your customers by their name. Or if you’re addressing your ideal audience as a group of people, then call out the community or tribe they belong in.
Well, what a ride we have been having here down in the trenches of 3D Earth.
It has been what many of us have been waiting for.
The beginning of the end of the old and The Purge to open up and bring in the new.
Most of us know the basics: it is vital to create daily habits, to exercise, and to connect with our social supports using virtual meetings and social media. The COVID-19 global pandemic, extended lock-down and the systemic ramifications are not only unprecedented but harrowing. We are all adjusting to new realities and grieving the loss of old ones. All of us are simply trying to manage our daily lives taking care of our children or parents, dealing with financial stresses, and adjusting to a new way to live.
All stressors related to COVID-19 may likely result in a myriad of…
Many people, although they do not truly have the goal of changing their life, insist on talking about their problems, because they recognize that, by decreasing the emotional burden, it is easier to live with the problem they carry. The action of going through self-therapy also requires a certain lowering of the mental stress to be conducted effectively.
“There can be no transformation of darkness into light and apathy in motion without emotion” (Carl Gustav Jung).
Reason why calm ambient music can help us relax and achieve therapeutically goals faster. On the other hand, considering that no one suffers from…