Life ain’t worth a dime without enthusiasm, yet we all are spent so cheap. Enthusiasm, in simple words, is the energy, motivation and drive one has to do and be something and someone. Just like how all truths are, isn’t this one simple too? You see, an enthusiast seems as if a different breed-he has sparkles in his eyes-an energy like none other on this planet filled with unshakable hope and positivity. Speaking the truth, I, with my whole head and heart, believe that we were born to be extraordinary. Have you met an enthusiast before? Or maybe you are one
As light-hearted as it may sound to you, daily journaling at the end of the day is one of the most productive and value adding activities you can gift yourself with. The best in the World know and practice this. You may wonder “Why?”
Well, for the simple fact that though you might be a well-planned individual (another fantastic habit), the cliché “Life is what happens when we are making plans” is true. There will be/are a lot of unplanned instances that occur during the course of your day such as that emergency call, a colleague wanting
Thomas Jefferson, one of the founding fathers of North America’s declaration on Independence wisely noted “Nothing can stop the man with the right mental attitude from achieving his goal; nothing on Earth can help the man with the wrong mental attitude.” John C. Maxwell, an American author and speaker noted “People may hear your words, but they feel your attitude.” One of my favorite human beings to have walked our great planet, the late Zig Ziglar, the renowned motivational and sales trainer quoted “Your attitude, not your aptitude, will determine your altitude.”
What is attitude?
Merriam-Webster defines commitment as ‘something pledged or the state or an instance of being obligated or emotionally impelled.’
Consciously and unconsciously, we all commit to