By Leo Babauta
There isn’t a person among us who doesn’t procrastinate — put off your work for the day, distract yourself, put off pursuing your dreams, put off putting your work out in the world for fear of being judged.
But here’s the thing: most people think that this procrastination is a problem.
Most people stress out about being a procrastinator, and feel bad about themselves for doing it.
Au contraire (that’s French, don’t bother looking it up, it means you’re way wrong).
Instead, procrastination is the perfect place to practice all the most important life skills.
Our tendency to procrastinate is exactly how we’ll see how our minds work, and learn to be better at all the difficulties of life. Becau…
As you probably know, visible symbols and representations of your Law of Attraction goals can help your manifestation process. For example, you may already have thought about specific stones, ornaments or pieces of jewelry that play this role.
However, you can get even more inspiration by looking a little further afield. International lucky symbols and charms are often based on a wide range of legends, folk tales and spiritual beliefs around the globe. Here are ten of the best, along with some ideas for incorporating them into your Law of Attraction work.
There are many different superstitions surrounding coins. Some go back to ancient times. They are often linked to the old beliefs that metal can help to protect a person from evil.
Coins are also connected to…
The latest ranking of Wall Street supremacy is out, and there’s a notable shift at the top of the league tables.
JPMorgan once again dominated the competition in the first half of the year for revenue across fixed income, equities, and banking, according to data-analytics company Coalition.
The largest bank by assets in the US hauled in $13.2 billion in revenue through half of 2017 — up from $12.5 billion at last year’s midpoint — ranking No. 1 in investment banking and FICC (fixed income, currencies, and commodities) and tying for first in equities with Morgan Stanley…
The world’s largest retailers and food companies have just agreed to better labeling of products in a bid to radically cut food waste.
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“When cynicism becomes the default language, playfulness and invention become impossible. Cynicism scours through a culture like bleach, wiping out millions of small, seedling ideas.”
“There is nothing quite so tragic as a young cynic, because it means the person has gone from knowing nothing to believing nothing,” Maya Angelou wrote in contemplating courage in the face of evil. In the decades since, cynicism has become a cultural currency as deadly as blood diamonds, as vacant of integrity and long-ter…
And it is this challenge that may be the biggest reason why so few are celebrating the triumph of diversity in Iowa….
Quarrels happen, and few people like dealing with conflict. However, it takes all sorts to make the world. Each person has different priorities, needs, and agendas. It is almost unavoidable that we have brushes with each other. Therefore, it’s important to sort out misunderstandings when they arise. The aim is to balance everyone’s needs and […]…
“Everything you want is on the other side of fear.” ~Jack Canfield
Imagine with me for a second. You wake up, roll over, and blindly reach to hit your alarm to start the routine of the day. Make the same thing for breakfast. Maybe go to a new coffee place…nah. Same place. Go to work on the same route to the same job you’ve been at for years.
After a long day of struggling through your daily responsibilities, you come home tired and slink back into the comfort of your TV and couch. Watch the same shows. Pass out. Repeat. At long last, the respite of the weekend finally come…