Procrastinators are made, not born. Procrastination is indirectly learned in the family milieu and can be traced back to childhood. When a child has not been made accountable or made to be responsible by being given various tasks that they have to accomplish in a timely matter and structure, they are being trained to be… Read More »
Archives for September 2008
Living with the fear of challenge?
When it comes to doing what you believe you are capable of doing, why do you hesitate? Even worse, why do you dwell on negative thoughts? Why do you feel when you desire to do something constructive, you will most likely fail – when you are capable of so much more? The answers to these… Read More »
Would you standout in a group of 100 people?
How much do you think that you think like most people? This might be a strange question to most; but the question is rather simple. Are you similar to most people? How different would you be if you were in a group of 100 people? Would you blend in with at least 97 percent of… Read More »
5 Great Lessons from a Pencil
Developing your craft or talent is not easy. It takes a lot of self-discipline and fortitude to fight against yourself when you are actually able to come face to face with your imperfections. There is an old maxim that says, “You are your worst enemy.” I say, “You are your greatest ally.” You must accept… Read More »