Continue reading “Building Excelerated Self-discipline”
Self-discipline isn’t making one great decision and having it done. It’s something you must choose to do over and over. It is doing in the moment that which will bring you closer to what you truly want. You know what that is and you know what you should do. Self-discipline helps you do it.
Continue reading “Focused Effort”
This isn’t a dress rehearsal, this is your life. Your time here is finite and you must choose the things on which you want to focus your efforts. Otherwise, your precious time will be frittered away on unimportant things OR on important things that aren’t your important thing. Focused effort makes the difference.
Continue reading “How To Use Your Strengths To Help Others”
Each of us comes to this life with a unique purpose and a unique combination of strengths. To give your best in Service to the world, learn your Signature Strengths then find ways to use them to benefit yourself and to benefit others. When you use your strengths to help others, you leave your personal mark on your world.
Continue reading “Take Good Care”
You cannot give away that which you do not have. If we are to give our best to the world, we must maintain ourselves in the best possible condition. Each day, our actions move us closer to or further away from health and vitality. If you want to love and care for others, you must first love and care for yourself. This is the basis for Excelerated Selffulness™.
Continue reading “Choose a Happiness Goal”
Pursuing a worthy goal gives you a sense of purpose. It boosts your self-esteem and self-confidence. Working toward a goal adds structure and meaning to life and gives you the opportunity to practice setting priorities and managing your time well. Finally, a happiness goal usually involves engaging with others, which can bring happiness in and of itself.
Continue reading “When Values Conflict”
We all have values whether we’ve identified them or not. It is to our benefit to know what our values are and to live in accordance with them. When values conflict, make the choice that keeps you on track with the actions and behaviors that keep you true to yourself and to the important people around you.
Continue reading “How To Move From Clutter To Clarity”
To move from clutter to clarity, start by decluttering, then commit to shopping less and buying only those things that are useful to you right now. You can have more money, more time, more space, and more clarity by having less.