Carnival of Positive Thinking
Each Sunday I congratulate myself for facing the world and moving one week at a time closer to finding that peace which we are searching for….to help us all with our grief I post a set of articles that people have sent me on positive thinking. Here are this weeks
James presents Make the Pareto Principle Work for You! posted at Making Money Freelance Writing, saying, “Unless you’ve got an MBA or a lot of well-educated friends, you might think to yourself, “What the Heck is the Pareto Principle!!??” Well, you may have heard of some of the other terms that the Pareto Principle is known by, the “80-20 Rule,” the “Law of the Vital Few“, and the “Principle of Factor Sparsity.””
Nina presents Create Quantum Leaps with These Meditation Techniques posted at Metaphysical Teachers, saying, “In addition, meditation can lower your blood pressure, heart rate and cholesterol. Studies have also shown that when you practice meditation, you may have lower levels of cortisol and free radicals, which reduces stress and slows the aging process.”
Asmoday presents Collage to Your Center posted at The Asmoday Experiment, saying, “Having a hard time setting goals? Are you feeling stagnant, or apathetic? Do you have some pain you can't seem to let go of? In this article, I show you how to use the simple tools of scissors, glue, and creativity to blast them all away. And, in the process, you just might meet your best friend — yourself.”
Gal Josefsberg presents You Can’t Change Who You Were posted at Questing Soul, saying, “Too many people focus on who they were instead of who they are or will be. The past should not be ignored but it should also not be our main focus.”
Celes presents What Are You Running Away From? posted at EmbraceLiving.Net, saying, “What are you running away from? Many people are running away from many things in their lives – sometimes unconsciously so. This is a provocative article inspired by my experiences in my coaching, especially one of my coachees is trying to run away from his issues.”
ananga presents Stress Relief Techniques: 5 Things I Learned from Spying on Calm People posted at Ananga's Living by Design Blog.
Mina Irfan presents Realize the Importance of Negative Experiences posted at The Universe Guru, saying, “[…] Realize that the Universe might have a different definition of “balance” than you do. Your life might not be balance in the amount of dollars in and dollars out or the amount spend on work and play, but it can be balanced in the joy or happiness you feel from these experiences. […]”
Frankie Minus Johnny presents Meaning posted at Frankie Minus Johnny, saying, “I find it difficult to find meaning in ordinary moments, but sometimes I have a transcendent few minutes that gives me faith in the idea of genuine fulfillment.”
Erika Collin presents 100 Clever Ways to Change Your Habits and Improve Your Life posted at Masters of Healthcare.
Gayathri Moosad presents 4 keys to happiness – The Personality Development Workbook posted at The Personality Development Workbook.
Michael Calderwood presents The Importance Of Goal Setting posted at Success Support, saying, “The Importance of Goal Setting So many people out there are just going through life living way below their potential. Do you know why?”
Suzanne presents Don?t Worry, Be Happy posted at Without Dash.
Michael Haltman presents Commentary For The Times: Never Forget posted at The Political and Financial Markets Commentator, saying, “”Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” George Santayana”
Capt. Benjamin presents Responsiblity vs. Accountability posted at Leadership Type, saying, “Many people confuse the relationship between responsibility and accountability as they relate to leadership. In many cases the two terms are used interchangeably to the detriment of a project’s outcome.”
Michael Miles presents Freedom and choice posted at Effortless Wealth and Abundance.
Erin Pavlina presents How to Stop Being Jealous posted at Erin Pavlina's Blog, saying, “When I was a kid I used to get really jealous whenever one of my friends had something really exciting happen to them. I remember when my best friend – I’ll call her Melissa – got to take horseback riding lessons. I seethed with jealousy. Really. Seethed. I thought it was so unfair that she got to do something that fun and I didn’t. I was angry at her. I was jealous. This was probably somewhat normal, but it was a really dark feeling.”
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