Bob Dylan: Reinventing Yourself
There is no such thing as a static identity. Like children, adults go through different stages of development. We all grow in various ways, and so do our understanding of who we are.
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He studied poetry and philosophy in school. He focused his studies on Asian and Western philosophy, incorporating elements of Jiddu, Buddhism, Taoism, and Krishnamurti.
This helped h...
True confidence is a feeling of self-assurance that is grounded in an authentic experience of our own ability, perspective and sufficiency.
It’s a stable connection to the fact that we...
Confidence is expressed most profoundly through our bodies. No matter how well we speak, the way we feel about ourselves will always manifest in our posture, our hand movements and our facial features.
So commit to strong, positive body language and make a conscious effort to form habits that make your nonverbal communication automatic.
Lifelogging helps the process of examining the small things, the tiny changes one can make in one's life to improve the daily experience.
These small improvements may not be revolutionary, but they elevate the overall life satisfaction.
Just 10 minutes of journaling boosts your performance by 20% Examining, noting, savoring the good things, will intensify your life experiences.
Digitally capturing your daily routine and thoughts also makes them searchable, and can later act as a search engine for your past years.