Archive for November, 2007

The Extra Mile: The road less traveled

Posted by admin on November 27th, 2007

There is one road in the journey of life where there is not much competition. It’s never overcrowded and you need not worry about stepping on any toes in order to rise above the crowd here. But if you regularly travel down this road, I promise you that sooner or later you’ll achieve incredible success [...]

How to Deal With Negative Feedback

Posted by admin on November 15th, 2007

“The only way to avoid criticism is to do nothing, say nothing, be nothing.” – Elbert Hubbard Learning how to properly use negative feedback for your own growth is a useful tool in your personal development toolbox. In this post I’ll be discussing some ways you can use negative forms of feedback to accelerate your [...]

8 Ways to Stay Sane While Stuck in Traffic

Posted by admin on November 12th, 2007

Do you find yourself stuck in traffic on a regular basis? Instead of passing the time mindlessly listening to the radio or gossiping with your friends on the cellphone, try some of the following ways to make the traffic time a bit more productive: 1. Learn a Foreign Language Last summer my wife and I [...]

“The body won’t go where the mind has not gone to first” Although primarily used in athletics, visualization is a tool that has powerful applications in personal development. In this post, I’ll be describing what visualization is, how it works, and how you can essentially re-architect your life using it. Personal development is akin to [...]

Are Successful People Born or Made?

Posted by admin on November 1st, 2007

I’m sure you’ve heard it before: One person argues that the reason this or that individual is such a success (or failure) in sports, wealth accumulation, academics or whatever is because she was born with superior (or inferior) genes while the other person contends that it is not any result of being born that way [...]