We all have grown up being told that hard work is a virtue and that it will help us achieve our goals. Unfortunately, that is only half the story and without seeing, explaining and teaching the meaning of hard work in its right form, it does more damage than good. You see this sort of conditioning makes our children believe that plain good old hard work will help them achieve whatever they want. When the true power of hard work is when it doesn’t feel hard and it isn’t work.
"Feeling that you have a sense of purpose in life may help you live longer, no matter what your age, according to research published in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science." Whether you work in an office or are a full time parent or are studying, finding meaning in what we do makes a huge difference in the quality of our lives. You can find meaning in whatever you are doing if the choices you have made line up to your purpose and valu
One of my core values is being Authentic. As part of my coach training, we were asked to list down our values. While doing that exercise I realized most of the values that I listed were those that I had acquired as an adult and as a deliberate creator. Not as a child following instructions given by my parents, society, teachers and the world at large. In fact my values at present are very different to the ones that were taught to me as a child. And one of those values, is bei