Links to Success: Week of 14th October 2007

I will have positive things happen. I intend. I mean. Intend to make mine a positive life. Liz shares the power of intention to help everyone have a marvelous day.

Drop 1 commitment. Think about all the things in your life that you’re committed to doing, and try to find one that you dread doing. Sounds like advice I could use. Zen Habits present Simple Living Simplified: 10 Things You Can Do Today to Simplify Your Life

The question should not be whether you are happy but what you can do to become happier. SharpBrains shares 4 specific steps to train your brain to be happier.

Being centered and grounded while knowing that only you can dictate whether or not you’re on track or whether or not you’re successful is a reward in and of itself. I had to learn this powerful lesson the hard way. Make it easier on yourself with Christine Kane’s practical guide on how to not take things personally.

Change your mind, and you change your universe. Mr Wang tells us what are the limits of reality & belief really are.

David Allen says his goal is to be free from worrying about anything he has to do. Wired Magazine writes the most comprehensive article I’ve ever read about the founder of GTD, with original insights and even good GTD advice. Read about Getting Things Done Guru David Allen and His Cult of Hyperefficiency.

My friend, self-made millionaire Adam Khoo has released 2 free recordings; the first one is of his Patterns of Excellence program preview where he reveals first hand how the power of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) can help you get the results you want in life. Second is a 3 hour-long recording of his Wealth Academy introductory seminar where he teaches the Millionaire Mindset and how to achieve financial abundance.

Life is either a daring adventure or nothing.
Spend each day with people you love so much your heart aches. Megan’s got it right.

2 Responses to “Links to Inspiration: Week of 18th May 2008”

  1. I agree that a key to self management is self esteem. I would offer that true life inspiration happens when you find something you love to do and make it a part of your everyday experience. Here’s an exercise:

    1. Write down 10 things you love to do or that bring you the most joy. I call this the “You List”

    2. Then record how many times a day you do one of the things on your list

    3. Give each day of the week a rating from 1-10

    4. Your best day usually comes out to be the day you do the most things on your “You List”

  2. ClickALifeCoach
    May 29 2008 at 3:20 pm #

    I can easily relate to the first part of the story, in the past I was one of those people pretending you have done something and then be very uncomfortable when someone asks more detailed questions.
    It is not a good feeling and being upfront from the beginning really saves you the embarassment later.