Sunday, August 9, 2009
How about Firewalking or Sword Swallowing?
Anthony Robbins has famously used Firewalking to help his seminar participants overcome limiting self-beliefs.
Learn How to Firewalk here.
Sword Swallowing got a renewed boost when Hans Rosling swallowed his army bayonet from the Swedish Army, 1850 during his TED Talk - New insights on poverty.
To know about Sword Swallowing see How Sword Swallowing Works.
Friday, August 7, 2009
- Pending work, Regular work, Administrative tidbits
- Some-day/May be lists
- Others' (sometimes huge, and "always" un-met) expectations
- "Safe" plans of action but uninspiring
- "Dream" action plan but not enough courage to move on those ideas
- Relationship problems
- Financial issues
- Health Problems
Here are some recommended places:
- For courage, start with Steve Pavlina's article The Courage To Live Consciously.
- If it is a financial discipline problem, go through Trent Hamm's blog The Simple Dollar (read his “financial biography” here).
- For clarity in "planning and execution", David Allen's book "Getting Things Done" is one the best places to start.
- For Emotional Intelligence, Scott Peck's "A Road Less Traveled" is brilliant.
- For health (and relationship) problems, read "You Can Heal Your Life" by Louise Hay.
- For simple productivity through Habits, see Leo Babauta's blog "Zen Habits".
- For spiritual clarity, Neale Donald Walsch's "Conversations with God" is very useful.
- For relationship with God, read "How to Know God" by Deepak Chopra.
Sunday, March 8, 2009
- Not practical
- Not possible
- What would others think
- It would be Stupid
- Dont Know How
- Dont Have Time
- Dont Have Cash
- I am not good enough
- I will do it when I retire
Tuesday, September 16, 2008
What’s important is thinking about what you truly want in your daily life.
My term for this type of thinking is “creative living.” How can you consider what you really want and come up with solutions that will work for you and your family?
So many people feel stuck in their lives because they think of everything as a whole. They think they need a certain amount for expenses, but they don’t realize that maybe they wouldn’t have those expenses if they lived differently. Some people want to travel, some people want to live in a certain place. People want all sorts of things that are often possible with some creative problem solving.
Check her creative solutions here and more about her here.
Thursday, July 3, 2008
I focussed on what I wanted to do and NOT on what is possible and what is not possible.
Then, life took over and I GREW up - and the word 'dream' was no longer in my vocabulary....
However, after a few battles, I saw people around me GROWING OLD, and realized it was time turn the clock and start growing younger!
Paulo Coelho writes in Pilgrimage:
When we are young
and our dreams first explode inside us
with all of their force,
we are very courageous,
but we haven't yet learned how to fight.
With great effort,
we learn how to fight,
but by then we longer have the courage to go into combat.
So, we turn against ourselves and do battle within.
We become our own worst enemy.
We say that our dreams were childish,
or too difficult to realize
or the result of our not having known enough about life.
We kill our dreams
because we are afraid to fight the good fight.
Actually, when you VERY CLEAR about what you want to do, then no fight is needed....one FLOWS, effortlessly!
So, are you growing old or younger?
Wednesday, June 18, 2008
Rejuvenate your Being!
Enthuse People around you!
Activate your Talents!
Manifest your Destiny!
BE your Destiny!
So, JUST DREAM!
This is the Dream Technology!
Do you have the GUTS to DREAM!
Wednesday, April 30, 2008
Online Career Assessment Review for Job-Seekers: Quintessential Careers provides reviews of the major online career assessment tools for job-seekers:
"If you are looking for some career direction, or perhaps just want to learn
more about yourself and your personality, then taking one or more of these
assessment tests can give you a better idea of your attitudes and interests as
they relate to discovering more about yourself -- and possible career choices."
Some of the FREE tools are:
Ansir's 3 Sides of You Self Perception Profiling System : This 168-question three-part self-perception test that provides you with insight into your styles of thinking, working, and emoting.
Big Five Personality Test : Formerly called All About You, this 52-question test measures personality aspects that can be applied to careers.
Career Competency Explorer from testingroom.com : This 151-question assessment looks at strengths to see how they relate to day-to-day work performance.
Career Focus 2000 Interest Inventory : This assessment's 180 inventory items about work tasks, drawn from 18 occupational fields that make up the U.S. work scene, help you identify possible career goals that match your strongest personal interests.
Career Interest Inventory from Emode.com (Tickle) : This test has you choose what you'd rather do among three choices for 44 questions.
Career Interest Inventory from testingroom.com : This 180-question assessment is a measure of occupational and career interests.
Careerlink Inventory : A 36-question assessment based on the premise that your self-estimates are a valid basis for career decision-making.
Career Personality Test from Emode.com : This 38-question assessment gives results in terms of Myers-Briggs types.
Career Values Scale from testingroom.com : This 88-question assessment looks at values to see how they relate to the test-taker's world of work and help to identify areas of career satisfaction and dissatisfaction.
Career Zone : An extremely bare-bones, 3-question assessment.
Carolyn Kalil's Personality Assessment (True Colors) : True Colors is a personality system that has been around since 1979 and is modeled as a graphical presentation of both Keirsey's Temperament and the Meyers-Briggs Type Indicator. The assessment asks you to choose one of two ways to finish 36 statements. The results can help you define your skills and talents -- and possibly direct you to various career paths.
CoachCompass® Assessment : Defines an appropriate starting point for career services and coaching delivery.
Future Proof Your Career : This 84-question assessment helps the test-taker find fulfilling work and creates a personalized career strategy that works with the latest employment trends of the knowledge age.
Keirsey Temperament Sorter : This 70-question assessment is related to the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator.