“Becoming who you need, may require leaving who you’re with”. Those words didn’t make much sense to me in the beginning. I figured I knew who I was and was happy with what I had. All I needed was someone I loved and who loved me; then life would be complete. “I never thought how … Continue reading Becoming who you need may require leaving who you’re with.
Have you ever been in a situation or tried to be there for someone and your good intentions made the situation worse? At the end of all of it were you the blame for the outcome? Did you find yourself asking how the hell did this happen! I have, and it’s not a great feeling. … Continue reading Protecting your intentions
Life has taught me many lessons, some good and some bad. One of the toughest lessons life taught was “Emotional intelligence”. Continue reading “Emotional Intelligence”
Have you ever had an idea or dream that you’ve been passionate about? Have you tried sharing that dream with family and friends, and no one seemed to support it or showed interest? I have, and I’ve learned that doing so was the biggest mistake I could have ever made. The mistake wasn’t letting them … Continue reading “Why your success shouldn’t depend on support from family and friends”
Words are one of the most powerful weapons possessed by every man, woman, and child on earth. Words have the power to uplift, heal, embrace, empower, comfort and unfortunately destroy. With words being the universal communication language of humans, we don’t realize how much verbal influence we embody on a daily. The amount of verbal … Continue reading The power of what you speak and how it dictates your success
As a kid, your personality begins to be molded by your parents. Be it biological, adoptive, or close relative. They encouraged you to speak, stand, eat, point and walk. In most two-parent households where the father or male figure is present, young boys are kept close under their wing. By watching his father figure he … Continue reading “Family and society, may be leading cause most men take longer to find themselves”