Do you ever feel like your life is stuck in a rut? If so, this book is for you. The author provides tips on how to improve your life and thought patterns. Here are a few examples:
- Develop your courage muscles by doing something everyday that scares the heck out of you.
- Consider your available options, and choose one that stretches and empowers you.
- Take action based on making the choice that empowers and inspires you to move forward.
- Mistakes are where learning happens, so don’t be afraid of making them.
This is an excellent book and I learned a lot that will help me overcome my own bad habits. For example:
- Failure in the past doesn’t mean you will fail in the future.
- Plan for the resistance you will experience alone the way.
- Focus on changing one habit at a time.
- Identify the triggers that make you want to do the bad habit.
- The best long-term results come from making gradual changes in your life.
- Substitute a bad habit with a new routine.
- Forgive yourself when you succumb to temptation.
This is an excellent book and full of wonderful tips to improve your public speaking skills. My favorite quotes from the book are listed below.
- Face an audience as frequently as you can, and you will stop shying.
- Have the first few sentences worked out completely so that you may not be troubled in the beginning to find words. Know your subject better than your hearers know it, and you have nothing to fear.
You may be an average person with average abilities, but your life can be extraordinary. According to Kirsten Wreggitt:
- Most of us are average, but we fight against it everyday.
- Embrace your average life and see it as extraordinary.
- Use your gifts and talents to shift an average life to extraordinary.
- Look at your accomplishments in the context of your own life.
- Define your own success in all its originality or in all its commonness.
- Never tire of following your curiosity. An average life is extraordinary in those moments of wonder and amazement.
When you have confidence, you can have a lot of fun. And when you have fun, you can do amazing things. – Joe Namath
At the end of the day, if I can say I had fun, it was a good day. – Simone Biles
Just keep taking chances and having fun. – Garth Brooks
Never, ever underestimate the importance of having fun. – Randy Pausch
I bought this t-shirt from Amazon, because I enjoy blogging and I agree with the message. Blogging is a great way to develop new skills and it can even make you smarter.
- Blogging increases creativity, since you are always on the look out for new material, stories, artwork, or photography to share with your followers.
- Blogging improves your writing skills and each post must be edited for grammar, spelling, and punctuation.
- Blogging requires a certain amount of computer skills.
- Blogging also results in the need to conduct research and increases knowledge on various topics.
There are a lot of benefits to blogging. If you have others to add to my list, let me know in the comment section.