Inspiration


10 Things to Learn From Failure

10 Things to Learn From Failure

Subscribe: “My great concern is not whether you have failed, but whether you are content with your failure.” – Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States Golly…we are a success-driven society, aren’t we? Society seems to judge how successful one is by a number of superficial factors: your income, car, home, profession, etc. One of the last things any ... Read More »

5 Great Lessons for Sensitive People

5 Great Lessons for Sensitive People

Subscribe: Did you know that about 15-20% of the population is considered highly sensitive? It’s a significant part of the population that it can’t be considered a “condition”, and the numbers aren’t large enough to make it common, so it isn’t quite understood. Many people look at being sensitive as a defect or a hindrance because it doesn’t fit into ... Read More »

25 Surreal Places You Need To Visit Before You Die

25 Surreal Places You Need To Visit Before You Die

Subscribe: This world contains so much astounding, unbelievable beauty that it seems overwhelming when you think about seeing it all. While none of us will probably get to witness it all in this lifetime, we have put together a list that includes incredible feats of engineering, cascading waterfalls, enchanting forests, soaring mountains, and other impressive landmarks that you must visit ... Read More »

5 Positive Thinking Tales You Should Never Believe

5 Positive Thinking Tales You Should Never Believe

Subscribe: Positive thought can be credited with reshaping our society and our lives. Unfortunately for those that don’t understand it, there is a lot of misinformation out there. It isn’t easy to buy into the fact that positive thought creates better lives when your thoughts keep returning to a place of negativity. “There is a magnificent, beautiful, wonderful painting in ... Read More »

5 Ways to Help Overcome Social Anxiety

5 Ways to Help Overcome Social Anxiety

Subscribe: According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, social anxiety disorder affects 6.8% of the U.S. population, or 15 million people. Social anxiety goes beyond just a tendency to act shy around others; it can completely debilitate the sufferer and make it almost impossible to enjoy social situations. People with social anxiety have an extreme fear of being ... Read More »

How to Make A Vision Board

How to Make A Vision Board

Subscribe: You may have wondered a time or two if vision boards work. Well they do, and the reason is simple – your brain will work to expand what is in your subconscious. Meaning if you glance at your vision board throughout the day, it will remain in your subconscious and, as a result, your brain will go to work ... Read More »