One of the ways to build your Self Discipline is to practice voluntary hardship. Voluntary Hardship means constantly testing ourselves by making our life routinely uncomfortable in some way. What kind of Voluntary Hardship will you practice?
You are more powerful than you think. You have enormous power of words and actions. These powers are at your fingertips anytime, anywhere. Realize that by simply complimenting or wishing a good day to any random person you can totally change the course of their day, a week or even a life. Offer your help … Continue reading Superhero by choice ~ Unleash the Power Within~
Looking at my old pictures I don’t recognize myself. 8 years is the time difference between two pictures and the second one was taken in 2011, about this time of year. The guy on it is 19 years old. What can you tell about this young man from just looking at his portrait picture?What kind … Continue reading The day I was born
New Year gives us a chance to start from the "blank page". It gives hope that things will magically change, making all the dreams come true. In the new year we are all billionaires, fit, and happy. New Year is just another version of magical "tomorrow", where we start eating healthy, exercise, and live meaningful … Continue reading Close your eyes and imagine 2019 is over.
https://youtu.be/pQGZIp3rcDc I am a strong believer in the power of mind. Strong mind is what makes elite the elite, either in sport, business or life in general. To achieve great results, to brake out of the comfort zone requires at least 101% of effort. Nothing great in the world were achieved without struggle, paint, tears … Continue reading Icing or Mental Training
Fever; Feeling feverish/chills; Cough; Sore throat; Headache; Muscle and body aches. Those are the Flu symptoms. Easy to recognize and not hard to cure. Take some pills, hot tea and extended bed time will do the trick. Trouble concentrating, remembering details, and making decisions; Feelings of guilt, worthlessness, and helplessness; Pessimism and hopelessness; Insomnia, early-morning … Continue reading Rescue Box
‘‘Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up”, (Pablo Picasso). 20 years ago, as a kid, I used to really like drawing on the walls. A clear, white wall and a marker in my little hand is the combination that would open up a portal into … Continue reading Think Creatively