Archive for November, 2013

The Blame Game – Stop It

Friday, November 29th, 2013

The Blame Game – Stop It

To define Blame, let’s first look to Webster who says it is to accuse others of being at fault; to say or think that a person, place or thing, is responsible for something happening; to put the responsibility for the fault somewhere else.

Does this sound familiar? It surely sounds like what most of use do.

This modus operandi starts early in life, with blaming family members because you don’t get your way and if you’re not careful the process continues into adulthood. It has to stop if we want to live life fully and free of resentments.

Teamwork: the key to creating wealth and creating health

Wednesday, November 27th, 2013

Winning teams.

What are the things that come to mind when you hear winning teams? I’m sure that the terms that come to mind are camaraderie, support, motivation to improve each other and a team that consistently achieves results. Improvement is another term that comes to mind, especially when the individuals in the team encourage each other to excel in different aspects of life. Teams can apply to many aspects, but the two aspects that I want to discuss today include healthy lifestyles and creating wealth.

Healthy lifestyles

Pain: Is Pain Good Or Bad?

Monday, November 25th, 2013

There are many things that are part of the human experience, and pain is one of them. Pain can come in many different forms and is not limited to one form. This can be: physical mental and emotional. On one side it can be seen as nothing more than a problem and something that one must try to remove at all costs.

It has even been said that in this day and age with the way the world is ‘advancing’, that all pain should be removed from the human experience. And how this would not only be the next stage, it would also be what is ethical.

Great Ways of Overcoming Fear of Public Speaking

Friday, November 22nd, 2013

If you have the fear of public speaking, there are several ways of overcoming that fear. Fear to speak openly in the public will put you in a bad shape and more significantly, people will start looking at you in a pretty negative way. All the probable fears associated with public speaking are based on the ideations, and as such have no significance whatsoever with reality. Going by available statistics on human behavior, the fear of public speaking is considered to be the #1 human fear; and this peculiar fear exceeds even the fear of death.

Here are few great ways of overcoming the fear of public speaking: