Be Willing to Evolve and not just to Grow Through Life. How Personal Development Works

Be Willing to Evolve and not just to Grow Through Life. How Personal Development Works

Survival, growth, development and evolution are Four distinct stages in which the processes of personal and social change happen and during which we enhance our understanding.  The difference may seem just semantics, but there is a substantial distinction between the stage of growing and the stage of evolving.  Personal growth is basically a goal-oriented and effortful activity, necessary to have an orientation and to give a clear direction to our lives. While evolution is allowing ourselves to become the person that we truly are. Personal growth implies to individuate our needs and direction, to…continue reading →
The ”Infinte Zone” of Consciousness  and Human Evolution. An Indeterminist Neuroscientist Vision

The ”Infinte Zone” of Consciousness and Human Evolution. An Indeterminist Neuroscientist Vision

YizihuiArt.com Just imagine opening a door to a whole new world, a door to a new mindset, and when that door is opened our existence will become full of possibilities and the chance to learn.  When exploring these opportunities we can evolve and grow without the limits of our limiting beliefs. This can spark our inspirational desires that lead us to the conclusion that life itself has no mental boundaries. When we realise the mental limits disappear, we can then live with freedom, dare to dream, evolve as beings while we awaken our…continue reading →
Gratitude as Mindset and Personal Development Practice

Gratitude as Mindset and Personal Development Practice

Gratitude is a feeling which comes from the appreciation of what is valuable and meaningful for a person, deeply in his/her heart; it is a general state of thankfulness toward an internal or external situations. Gratitude is itself a way of life and a powerful spiritual practice in many spiritual and religious traditions and nowadays it has become a positive habit also in many corporates as an intrinsic attitude of the leadership. When we are grateful we feel better and we become able to see the good in many life situations. When combined…continue reading →
How Does a Sharp Thinker Should Think? Four Skills to Improve the Ability to Think

How Does a Sharp Thinker Should Think? Four Skills to Improve the Ability to Think

Sharp thinkers don’t necessarily have the highest IQs or the most advanced degrees. They simply have good thinking habits (in the image below an example of Gestalt IQ Test). In fact they carefully choose the right cognitive approach to solve different problems. Sometimes a broad, big-picture approach is needed to gain perspective, while other situations demand focused attention.  A brainstorming session requires creative thinking, but financial planning requires more realism. The mode of thinking that suits one project might not be right for another. Successful people work hard to develop these various modes, including the…continue reading →
Existence & Knowledge

Existence & Knowledge

Existence & Knowledge  From the beginning of human history, human beings have asked questions about the world and their place within it.  For early civiltied, the answers to the most fundamental questions were found in religion of under determined aspects they offered and still offer different Insights about the how of the actions of God (or of the gods) and explaining the fuctioning of the universe, the technology that provides a framework for human civilizations. Suggested Reading: ”Philosophy of technology. The technological condition: an anthology”. If it hasn't been though religion teachings, it…continue reading →
An Easy Daily Routine to Start at Best the New Year

An Easy Daily Routine to Start at Best the New Year

Are you Looking for an Easy and Effective Daily Routine to Start at Best the New Year? Start to Practice this for 30 Days. In a World under Pressure and Wealth Oriented, Learn to Recognize your True Priority: your Health. The Wise Warren Buffet, Entrepreneur, Investor, Philanthropist, Suggests this Easy and Effective Daily Routine to Start at Best the New Year and to Become ”Unrecognizable” in just 30 Days.  Be a Genius: Create a Wellness Plan Start to Practice this Wellness Plan as Routine for the Next 21 Days using the ’Magic Rule’…continue reading →
Start and Devolop an Evening Routine. Set You Up for a High-Energy and Focused Tomorrow

Start and Devolop an Evening Routine. Set You Up for a High-Energy and Focused Tomorrow

Start and Devolop an Evening Routine. Set You Up for a High-Energy and Focused Tomorrow. Having a Proper Evening Routine is as Important as your Morning Routine, because Mastering your Evening Schedule will Set you up for a High-Energy and Focused Tomorrow. Win Your Day Take the Habit to Map Day by Asking, “What Good Did I do Today?”  The Wins Space Allows you Take Stock of your Day and Unapologetically Enjoy about how Awesome you Did.  No Expectations or Thoughts of Doing Better only What you Did Well to Make a Honest…continue reading →
Winter Solstice Celebration Expressing Gratitude and Setting New Goals for the New Year

Winter Solstice Celebration Expressing Gratitude and Setting New Goals for the New Year

22nd of DECEMBER 2019. Happy Solstice! The Term 'Solstice' Derives from the Latin Word 'Solstitium', meaning 'Sun Standing Still'. On this day the Sun Seems to Stand Still at the Tropic of Capricorn and then Reverses its Direction as it Reaches its Southern most Position as seen from the Earth. Solstice Happens When the Sun Moves at South toward the Tropic of Capricorn and the Shortest Day of the Solar Year Arrives in the Northern Hemisphere. We use to call these Days Winter Solstice. Officially, this Year, December Solstice in Coordinated Universal Time is on…continue reading →
Develop a Critical Thinking Mindset: 4 Coaching Tips to Start

Develop a Critical Thinking Mindset: 4 Coaching Tips to Start

Strategic thinking is a mindset goal-oriented, structured, and focused ”on the future”: the solution. We all think about the future on occasion, of course, but there is a tremendous difference between strategic thinking and daydreaming about what might be. Strategic thinking is about setting goals and developing long-range plans to reach those goals, plans based on careful analysis of internal and external environments and realities and on our actions and the actions of others. Critical thinking involves thinking logically deeply and also creatively about finding a Solution. In terms of personal development it could…continue reading →