We live in a weird world.
A lot of people and brands pretend they’re “anti”, “alternative” or just different.
Check the French presidential election for instance: most candidates describe themselves as “anti-system”, even though they’ve been around for years. Nice contradiction, right?
Seems to me “anti” is the new name for bland.
Instead of being “anti” for the sake of it, why not just be yourself. This is quite unusual. And thrilling.
You are so different from the rest of the bland crowd out there.… Click to read more
I had to share this with you:
I’m always curious about new ideas or angles, so yesterday I started reading one of these “Change your career” type of books. I won’t name the author or the title here as I don’t see the point in harming people.
Anyway, my jaw dropped way before the end of chapter 1.
It starts well – this lovely lady identifies 3 main reasons that push people to seek a career change: fulfillment, money and free time/well-being.… Click to read more
In last week’s post I told you that the PTE Team brainstormed the best advice to help you move mountains next year…
And that we decided to share just ONE powerful thing with you …
So What Is The One Crucial Thing You Need To Focus On To Achieve Astonishing Results Next Year?
The secret is really simple.
It is only one word long.
And this word is: ONE
Let me explain:
Take a deep breath, close your eyes.… Click to read more
You can’t leave your motivation to chance. Ever.
You can’t wake up and hope that today, you’ll be inspired. Anything work creating or achieving requires dedicated, consistent progress even when you don’t feel like it.
If you want to wake up and get paid to do what you love, you must become a force of unstoppable action in the face of unpredictable obstacles.
To do that, you have to become the source of motivation. You yourself must be so large that you make all circumstances irrelevant.… Click to read more
I have an embarrassing confession to make (especially as a supposed “leader” in the personal development world).
Over the last five years my passion for self development has quietly withered and nearly died.
I took an overdose of trite, feel-good self help banter and it led to me abandoning the world I had come to love so much.
But it wasn’t always this way.
I’m not exactly sure when the crescendo broke.
The onset of the symptoms were too slow and subtle to detect.… Click to read more