After finishing Up to This Point, a book by Kingpin Social, Kevin and I had a talk about success, happiness, life in general. There are two types of people in this world: there are people that talk about somebody, and there are people who decide to be somebody. Talking, doing, these things are both choices.
"93% of your communication is Non - Verbal, only 7% is Verbal". I'm sure we've all heard that before. No one has taken the time to dive into the other 93% of communication though. In this article I dive in avid detail to the other 93% of communication, and how you can use it to make you an intelligent conversationalist.
Happiness is elusive, but once you start to speed yourself up you begin to catch up with it. Long term happiness has always been outside of my reality, but as I begin to build a solid relationship with myself the answer becomes clearer.
Long-lasting happiness seems so elusive, for the exception of the drunken weekends and the high times. Inspired by an individual who takes consistent action, this article is based around one of the fundamental keys to happiness.
Landing in the friend zone is never fun. A recent conversation with new - found friend Marcela Garcia lead me to some revelations on what kind of guys end up in the "friend zone". These are the guys who are afraid to make the first move. The first move doesn't always have to be physical, though.
It's easy to say you're going to do something, it's harder to follow through with those actions. Being awesome isn't always easy, you've got so many people to see! Free up more of your time, and find out the easiest way to start sticking to your word.
"I love you..." the month - long couple says to each other after a dinner date. How can you love someone that you don't understand? There are four stages any person must go before "love" is attainable.
Achieving goals, setting and imagining the possibilities of life is difficult. I know, I've been through it. It isn't easy, but it's worth it. Wouldn't you want to wake up every day and be happy to go to work, doing what you love to do?
We all set goals with the intention of achieving them. Why would you set a goal if you didn't plan on following through with it? Often times we fall short of our goal, ultimately discouraging ourselves from setting them in the first place. The reason for all of your failed goals lay within this article.
Developing new connections can be tough, if you don't understand it. The only reason you haven't done it yet is because you don't know how. Develop more of an understanding for the world, and make it easier on yourself to create more options.