Why is deep inner work so hard to do? It’s hard because no one is doing it. Not many people know what self actualization is, let alone are willing to put in the hours to improve. Some are even in denial that it has any benefits. Others stereotype it as eastern spiritual nonsense.
The following are proven tactics to stop worry in its tracks.
What’s the ultimate goal in life? Just about every answer that anyone gives you boils down to, happiness.
Happiness is the foundation for the majority of our decisions in life, but how many of us can honestly say that we are truly happy in life. Not many. In what way can we find true fulfillment in the everyday situations of life.
Success is something we all strive for. It’s something all of us have in common. Our society praises successful people, we look up to people that have succeeded in one area of life or another. According to Carol Dweck, traits aren’t fixed, you can improve if you have the right mindset. The right mindsets can boost or decrease the amount of success you attain.
Scientific research is now showing that changing your routine and getting out of autopilot mode will increase the amount of happiness in your life. So how should we go about doing this? What habits should we change? Let’s realize that the mind can only do one thing at a time. If you’re trying to multitask you’re doing it at the expense of efficiency or because one of the tasks is subconscious.