TAG: success

Contemplating Daybreak

Ida Lawrence, Contributor Waking Times I contemplate. Isn’t that an enjoyable sentence? Just two words that contain so much. A child’s sense of wonder… it’s not necessarily seeing everything as wonderful, but wondering about reality. We have a natural desire for things to be made clear and comprehensible, and to know the reason. If it

Don’t Believe Everything You Think

Luminita Saviuc, Purpose Fairy Waking Times “If you realized how powerful your thoughts are, you would never think a negative thought.” ~  Peace Pilgrim Oh my, oh my. How many of us can’t silence that chatterbox of ours, that goes on and on, and on about all kind of problems that we had, have or

Depth, Substance & Authenticity – Re-Evaluating Success

Ida Lawrence, Contributor Waking Times We all want it, but it keeps changing. Once we get it, it pops up again in another form, down the road, waiting. More than just a concept, it becomes one’s measure and life’s purpose. Did I achieve it this year? Will I do it the next? If I do

Learn to Manage Fear To Achieve Success

J.P. Hicks, Contributing Writer Waking Times “Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our Light, not our Darkness, that most frightens us.” –Marianne Williamson Losing a job or setting out to be an entrepreneur can be scary. How will I sustain myself?

Perpetual Victim Mentality is Doomed to Fail

J.P. Hicks, Contributing Writer Waking Times  Do you ever say “nothing good ever happens to me?” Or do many of your conversations with friends end with “can you believe what that person did to me?” If so, you may be suffering from a classic case of victim mentality.When I meet people like this, I always

Have You Found Your Treasure Yet?

J.P. Hicks Waking Times “Wherever your heart is, that is where you’ll find your treasure.” — Paulo Coelho – The Alchemist We are all in search of a treasure. Maybe life may not seem as exciting as following clues on a map where “X” marks the spot of hidden riches, but it really isn’t much different. Nor

“The World As I See It” by Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein, 1931 Waking Times  Einstein at his home in Princeton, New Jersey “How strange is the lot of us mortals! Each of us is here for a brief sojourn; for what purpose he knows not, though he sometimes thinks he senses it. But without deeper reflection one knows from daily life that one exists

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