Personal Development

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6 Steps to Mastering the Move Forward Game.

Mastering the Move Forward Game

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Step 1:  Master Your Mindset

I see people become victims of their circumstances and life challenges all of the time.  When life gets tough or depressing, most will adopt a negative perspective and think to themselves about how unfair life is: how they should have been born into better circumstances with more money; or how they should have been given better opportunities; or how things should have happened differently.  

Well, the truth of the matter is that life is going to happen – sometimes for the better and sometimes for the worse.  The one true thing that you will always have 100% control over is your response to these events.  When you adopt a positive attitude and always look for the good in any given circumstance – how could you not move forward…?  Below are some of our most popular posts on mastering your mindset!  Start by reading these:

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“Every time you sit down to work, remind yourself: I am delaying gratification by doing this.  I am passing the marshmallow test.  I am earning what my ambition burns for.  I am making an investment in myself instead of in my ego.  Give yourself a little credit for this choice, but not so much, because you’ve got to get back to the task at hand: practicing, working, improving.” ~ Ryan Holiday, Ego is the Enemy

“We don’t like thinking that someone is better than us.  Or that we have a lot left to learn.  We want to be done.  We want to be ready.  We’re busy and overburdened.  For this reason, updating your appraisal of your talents in a downward direction is one of the most difficult things to do in life – but it is almost always a component of mastery.  The pretense of knowledge is our most dangerous vice, because it prevents us from getting any better.  Studious self-assessment is the antidote.” ~ Ryan Holiday, Ego is the Enemy

The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari

The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari by Robin Sharma

By: Robin S. Sharma

Book Overview: The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari: A Fable About Fulfilling Your Dreams and Reaching Your Destiny by motivational speaker and author Robin Sharma is an inspiring tale that provides a step-by-step approach to living with greater courage, balance, abundance and joy. The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari tells the extraordinary story of Julian Mantle, a lawyer forced to confront the spiritual crisis of his out-of-balance life, and the subsequent wisdom that he gains on a life-changing odyssey that enables him to create a life of passion, purpose and peace.

Post(s) Inspired by this Book:  20 Deeply Insightful Quotes from The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari  ///  The 10 Ancient Rituals for Radiant Living

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The 10 Ancient Rituals for Radiant Living

Radiant Living

The following is an excerpt from The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari by Robin S. Sharma

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#1 – The Ritual of Solitude – This involves nothing more than ensuring that your daily schedule includes a mandatory period of peace.  It can last as little as fifteen minutes or as much as fifty, wherein you explore the healing power of silence and come to know who you really are.  Solitude and quiet connects you to your creative source and releases the limitless intelligence of the Universe.

You see, the mind is like a lake.  In our chaotic world, most people’s minds are not still.  We are full of inner turbulence.  However, by simply taking the time to be still and quiet every day, the lake of the mind becomes as smooth as a plate of glass.  This inner quietness brings with it a wealth of benefits including a deep sense of well-being, inner peace and boundless energy.  You will even sleep better and enjoy a renewed feeling of balance in your day-to-day activities. Continue reading

“Small victories lead to large victories.  You must build on the small to achieve the great.  By following through on a resolution as simple as getting up earlier every day, you will feel the pleasure and gratification that achievement brings.  You have set a goal and you have realized it.  This feels good.  The trick is to keep setting the mark higher and raising your standards continuously.  This will then release that magical quality of momentum that will motivate you to keep exploring your infinite potential.” ~ Robin S. Sharma, The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari

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