You Can Dump Your Goal Now If It Doesn't Challenge You

“If you reach for the stars, you might not get one, but you won’t end up with a handful of mud either” – Leo Burnett Set a high #goal, at the same time achievable for you to stimulate the brain, because we are thrilled to accomplish new and challenging tasks. Set a goal based on what your future self can achieve, not the present-self. The post You Can Dump Your Goal Now If It Doesn&8217;t Challenge You appeared first on Lifehack.

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Not Getting There Yet Doesn't Mean Your Destination Is Wrong. And So Does Your Goal.

Have you ever questioned the #destination when you picked the #wrong route or turned into the opposite direction? NO. You will relocate yourself and find the right path that can reach your desired destination. So why would you change your goals instead of your plan when things didn’t work out? Keep it in mind that when things didn’t work out as expected, it simply means #there’s a better way to do it and all you need to do is to figure it out. Never give up on the things you…

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The Only Time That Change Doesn't Make You Better

Tom’s always liked cooking, and his friends have always backed him up on how good he is — especially some of his homemade pizzas. So he pulled together a few pieces and decided to open a pizza place. The first year of business was good. Lots of customers went to his restaurant to try his pizzas. But after a year, a taco place opened up nearby and was becoming popular. Their lines seemed longer and their business seemed more robust. As this was all happening, Tom was scrolling through Facebook…

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Why Your Lover Doesn't Want Your Advice, but Your Validation

Relationships, even the great ones, can be complicated. This is especially true if you’re lacking #validation. Think about the last time you told your partner about the way you felt. Maybe he/she said something to you that hurt your feelings. On some level, perhaps you knew they didn’t mean it to be hurtful, but because of something you’d experienced in the past, it rubbed you the wrong way. If relationships worked the way they did in the movies, your partner would have said something like, “Honey, I completely understand where…

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Creativity Doesn't Appear as Flash Even for the Most Creative People

#People often talk about #creativity and inspiration as if it is a thing totally distinct from them. That ideas generate themselves spontaneously, or as if it is a trait that some people are born without and can’t ever gain. These ideas are commonplace, but are totally untrue. Some think #creative works exist in a vacuum, and are, by their nature, totally original, and entirely the work of some lone visionary. This again is untrue. Nothing comes from nothing, and #even some of the #most creative people of all time were…

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Why a Lot of Relationship Experience Doesn't Equate to a Great Marriage

The old school romantic notion of marrying before sex is almost an antique relic. Fully 95% of Americans have had premarital sex. Most men will have had at least 6 relationships, and women 5 before tying the knot. What does all of this #experience mean for #marriage quality? At the very least, divorces have been going down since the 1980’s. Even though people continue to use the false “50% of marriages end in divorce” statistic, marriages have been improving for decades. Whenever the subject of marriage gets brought up, you…

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Asking a Girl Out Doesn't Need To Be Hard, You Just Need To Know How

Tinder has revolutionized the way that we date. As of 2016, the app had 25 million users, 1.5 million of whom pay for it. There’s a clear demand for the service, and it represents a shift in how people date. Back in the day, we used to meet people first to decide whether we wanted to date them. Today, we’ve flipped this model on its head. We prefer to talk before we have an in-person meeting. Date the real person, not the person she created using her phone Starting a…

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