A nice reminder to foucs on the pure things and be yoursefl!
"Everything we love is about to die, and that is why everything must be summed up, with all the high emotion of farewell, in something so beautiful we shall never forget it". Picasso
I cannot believe that it has been 19 months since I wrote my first post on my blog; Why I blog. Today, WordPress celebrated with me a key milestone in this journey. Today, I wrote the post number 100. Looking back at a time when I used to read others' blogs at jordanblogs.com website, and … Continue reading Celebrating my Post Number 100
When you question everything: your fears, your losses, your insecurities or even the legitimacy of your pains! When you are trapped of feeling sorry for who you became or thinking that you could go back and start again.. just remember this quote: “Don't apologize for doing what you thought was best. All you can ever … Continue reading We Are All Growing
Do you see the world in terms of how much you could make from it or how many people you could help? Johan C. Maxwell in his book, The 15 Invaluable Laws of Growth, believes that personal growth is linked to adding value to others, sharing expertise and lessons learned and contribute to others' growth … Continue reading Growing Yourself Enables You to Grow Others: The Law of Contribution
Achieving personal growth is an endless journey. As long as you are still breathing, you can aim and work for more potentials and capacities. One of the most powerful questions that may help us to keep the momentum of improving ourselves is:"What would you attempt if you knew you couldn’t fail?" The problem is not … Continue reading Growth Always Increases Your Capacity: The Law of Expansion
We all find ourselves in situations where we don't' have enough experience, knowledge or exposure at a certain point or another. Even worse, we cannot find the right support from our close circle of friends and family members. If you are aspiring personal growth and want to get out of those situations, then you need … Continue reading It’s Hard to Improve When You Have No One But Yourself to Follow: The Law of Modeling