Some habits will help you live a better life. They’ll help you improve what’s already working or help you fix what’s not working very well.
But what about habits that completely change the game entirely? What are the questions that uproot your beliefs, shake them from its roots and move you into a bigger pot?
These are seven habits that won’t just improve your game, or help you “level up.” They’ll help you play a different game, one that you completely design yourself.… Click to read more
First of all, the winner of our Christmas contest is… the lovely Rachel!
If you missed the contest: back in December, we asked our community to share their 2016 stories, and their perspectives for 2017.
Not only did Rachel’s story really touch me, but it also perfectly illustrates a key transformation you need to undertake to start living on your own terms.
Here’s my favourite part:
“It’s a release of all of the bottled up emotions I’ve had stuck inside me for years, a breaking through of the facade of “normalcy” that I hid behind when I was afraid of not being liked.… 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
When I was a kid, there was a point where we had to go on welfare. My dad had just lost his job. We were dead broke.
Drinking powdered milk was one of my least favorite memories during that time. I’ll never forget the watered down, strange taste it left in my mouth.
My sisters and I wanted real food, and one of the hardest things for my dad to do was to let go of his pride and ask our church for help.… Click to read more
Did you know that buying a new book can release the same endorphins as if you were having sex?
A recent study showed that purchases of material things give momentary highs, while purchases of experiences give more lasting highs.1 But whether they fizzle out quickly or linger longer, both give you the sensation of fleeting bliss.
A similar experience happens any time you’re attempting to make a personal change.
I’ve known people who are addicted to buying books yet they’ve read less than 20% of what’s on their shelves.… Click to read more