It’s no secret that sobriety can improve your life. It’s also no secret that it can be challenging, and long process. While not the easiest road to take, sobriety can definitely be one of the most worthy to embark upon.
If you are a serious seeker of success, and if you’ve ever wondered how drinking has impacted your life, then this article on sobriety is worth the read.
Welcome to episode 24 of the Greatness Project. In this episode, I chat with Canadian serial entrepreneur, business advisor, and real estate investor, Jay Wong.
Jay is the host of the Inner Change Maker; a #1 rated self-help podcast on iTunes, and is on a mission to create empowering media that helps business owners grow their bottom-line through online marketing and elevating their leadership. Go give the show a listen, it may change your life…
I was asked earlier this week what my favorite book was. It took me a few seconds to answer because I’ve read a decent number of books over the years.
But after some serious consideration, and sputtering out two or three titles, I ultimately settled on ‘As a Man Thinketh’.
No other book has helped me to realize the power we wield to design and mold our lives to our making than this book. So, considering how impactful this book has been on helping me improve my life, I decided a book review must be done on it.
Welcome Back to episode 22 of the Greatness Project, where I chat with lifestyle entrepreneur Tyler Basu.
Tyler is a Content Manager for Thinkific, an all-in-one platform for creating and selling online courses. He is also a Podcast Host and Publisher of Lifestyle Business Magazine, author of Amazon Best Seller… Lifestyle Business Blueprint. Tyler has contributed content to other online publications including Entrepreneur, Influencive, and Addicted2Success.
Anger isn’t all that bad an emotion if you know how to make it work for you. In a strange way, anger can actually help you focus, connecting you to your more raw and emotional sides.
Its when we let anger get out of hand and become persistent, that problems arise. When we let anger get out of hand, it can impact your daily life mentally, physically and spiritually.
Anger is a built-up emotion that builds on itself. And when it doesn’t get vented out, that bottled up negative energy can erupt within us; making it hard for us to carry out our daily tasks and routines.
Are you the type of person who hears the word greatness, and gets goosebumps? Are you able to recognize greatness in others? If so, then you’ve come to the right place. A place for Greats in the making.
You probably already know, that you don’t have to be Napoleon Bonaparte, Alexander the Great, or Achilles to be Great. The idea that you must be a conqueror of nations, a powerful leader of the masses, a genius, or an all-star athlete to be considered great is a concept that is fading.
So, If you feel like you’re not on track to becoming the next Michael Jordan, Jay Z, or Albert Einstein, please don’t fret. Because greatness is so much more than what you’ve come to know.
Greatness is more than the examples mentioned above, it is something more than what we have all come to know, and we all have an abundance of it residing within us.
I want to suggest to you a new paradigm of greatness in this post. In other words, a different way of looking at it. A way that will encourage you to be more willing to strive for it.
Keep reading to learn about the 7 seeds or rules of greatness. Rules that you can begin to hone in on to help you unleash more of yours.
Welcome to episode 017 of the Greatness Project! As you probably already know, Think Strive Become is all about encouraging, curating, and sharing greatness. So you’ll find plenty of greatness being shared in this episode.
There is a reason why the word success is held in such high esteem. It’s because it’s not easy to achieve. While hard work and dedication typically pave the way for success, studies have found that there are other characteristics that play equally important roles as well.
It has been found that most highly successful people have several characteristics in common. The purpose of this post, is to provide you with these traits to help prepare you for your higher success.