Archives for self-confidence

30 Days to Success.

Posted by roland on July 25, 2015No Comments

Surely I’m not the first person to write about the 30 day method, but since it’s one of my most important tools on the path to my goals, I would like to tell you about it and maybe inspire you to try it for yourself.

 

It is a very simple method and I believe that in its simplicity lies the key to its success. If there is a good habit or skill you always wanted to implement into your life, this method might be an optimal starting point to accomplish that. Over time it will enable you to get closer to your goals and make life easier.

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With great responsibility comes great power.

Posted by roland on July 4, 2015One Comment

->Deutsche Version

 

The power needed for change: If we want to see positive changes in our lives, we need to be in control. Being in control means you know the situation and you have the means to influence it.

 

How do we get this power, this strength needed to make a difference?

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Listen to your heart

Posted by roland on June 14, 2015No Comments

->Deutsche Version

 

Many of us have forgotten how to use one of the simplest but also powerful skills: The art of listening to ourselves. A lot of us run through our lifes without a clear goal and seemingly out of balance. We feel as if there are important parts missing. How can we reconnect with ourselves? How can we get our life back into balance?

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What to do against bullying

Posted by roland on June 7, 2015No Comments

->Deutsche Version

 

The self-hatred of abuser and victim

Every one of us has already experienced the following before. Someone in our social surroundings doesn’t like us and tries to make our life a living hell. In school I was one of the guys who got tormented and bullied by the self-instated class tyrant. I felt trapped and helpless, unable to free myself and betrayed by my friends who didn’t try to help me either. Today I realize that the others were terrified as well and I don’t think it was fair to expect much help. At the time I didn’t see any guilt on my side, apart from looking differently than my tyrants.

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