Category: Motivational

6 Broken Ways We Think About Life

Life is really simple, but we insist on making it complicated.     

Confucius

Hey there bibliophiles!

I’m in the middle of some type of a life crisis right now, so excuse me for not keeping to them of my blog and instead of taking the time to read about the other things I have been posting. Continue reading “6 Broken Ways We Think About Life”

Radical Acceptance by Tara Brach – Book Review for Monday Motivation

Hey folks, this week I would like to share with you the book called Radical Acceptance written by Tara Brach.

I know I have written about this book in the past, but I just finished rereading it. I was feeling a bit down and needed a pick me up. Today I still feel a bit crappy, but at least I can now reflect on the book and accept what is happening at the moment Continue reading “Radical Acceptance by Tara Brach – Book Review for Monday Motivation”

Why Motivational Quotes are Actually Call to Action Quotes

Start by doing what’s necessary; then do what’s possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible. Francis of Assi

While looking for a topic on motivation for My Motivational Monday post, I came across a blog post that talks about why you shouldn’t wait for motivation. Continue reading “Why Motivational Quotes are Actually Call to Action Quotes”

Motivational Monday – The Power of the Two Circles

Have you ever had a conversation with somebody or had a thought in your head that started out with, “Great! It had to rain again, now my day is ruined.”? How about, “If only I had people in my life that stopped putting themselves first, then I ‘wouldn’t have to be second all the time!”?

If so, then reasonably this would be an excellent post for you to read to the end.

In the book called, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, Stephen Covey explains his concept of the Circle of Concern and the Circle of Influence. Continue reading “Motivational Monday – The Power of the Two Circles”