Are all of your needs met? Do you know why you make the decisions you do? Our needs motivate our behavior. If you respond to life’s events from a low level of survival, it’ll be more difficult to succeed in a loving relationship or keep steady employment or even gain a level of self-esteem and confidence. Let alone being able to pursue your hobby and passions. [Read more…]
Happiness seems to be an elusive state that fewer than more people attain. But why? Why can’t we all just “be happy”? There are two reasons: Because of what’s missing in our life, and because of what’s present in our life. That’s it! What those things are, is a different story. [Read more…]
The discovery and pursuit of your passion can be something that comes late in life, but it doesn’t have to. We dive into how to define passion, what steps to take to pursue it once you discover it, and what to watch out for along your journey. A high-energy episode that’s fun and educational at the same time. You’re gonna love it. [Read more…]
What were you born to do? There is an easy way to discover your passion, and bring more fulfillment and purpose into your life. New York Times best selling author, Steve Olsher, helps people discover, share and monetize the one thing they were born to do. And in this very candid interview, he shares how you can discover your passion, and utilize the gifts with which you were born.
You’ll learn the three essential “what?” questions that will make it possible for you to move in the direction you were meant to go. Steve helps people discover, share and monetize the one thing they were born to do. And in this interview he shares how you can discover your passion, and utilize the gifts with which you were born. [Read more…]
Are you stuck in peace and serenity all the time? Does your life move along smoothly, without hassle? Do you find that you are more relaxed than stressed throughout the week?
If you answered ‘no’ to any or all of those questions, then you’re probably not one of the millions of people that the American Psychological Association calls ‘the most stressed‘.
According to the APA, 18 to 33 year olds are more stressed than the rest of the US population (it was a US only study). The focus of their stress was mainly about work and money.
That really comes down to nothing but money, doesn’t it? Why are we so obsessed about making money though? Do we want a new car, more clothes, or a new house? Or, do we just want a pair of shoes, because we have none? Whatever the answer, the real reason we want more money is this:
Money equals options.
When you have more money, you have more options. When you have more options, you can meet more of your needs. And when your needs are met, you are less stressed, more relaxed, and life does move along more smoothly. [Read more…]