Walt Disney is one of the enduring cultural icons of the past few generations, and much of both his success and his level of fulfillment can be traced back to his craftsmanship at work. Most of us have careers that last between 30 to 50 years. That’s a significant part of life, and the only way to ensure they mean something is to treat what you do with the right intention. There’s an artisan in all of us. Whether or not it shows through depends on our daily choices.
"The question we've got to ask ourselves is what success is to us, what success is to you...Continue to ask yourself that question. Now, your answer may change over time and that's fine. But do yourself this favor: Whatever your answer is, don't choose anything that will jeopardize your soul. Prioritize who you are, who you want to be, and don't spend time with anything that antagonizes your character....Be discerning. Choose it because you want it. Do it because you want to....Guilt and regret kills many a man before their time....You are the author of the book of your life."
Jay Shetty delivers another powerful and impactful message with this video. It's so important to remember not to "let anyone rush you with their timelines." And most importantly, to remember that true success is about creating a "meaningful, purposeful fulfilling" life and using that "to make an impact and a difference in the lives of others."
US Navy Admiral, William H. McRaven, delivers a speech about the importance of doing the little things right, facing your fears, standing up...
For more than 30 years, Tony Robbins has established himself as the premiere performance coach, working with clients ranging from legendary investor Paul Tudor...
Celebrate ALL of your wins. Not just the big winner winner chicken dinner wins, but all the steps along the way to get there - the first step, each step thereafter, and even the mistakes and failures.
Every choice has a consequence. An outcome. A result. You cannot control the consequences, the outcomes, or the results. But, you can control your choices to yield the consequences, the outcomes, and the results that you want.
Our culture is obsessed with happiness, but what if there's a more fulfilling path? Happiness comes and goes, says writer Emily Esfahani Smith, but having meaning in life -- serving something beyond yourself and developing the best within you -- gives you something to hold onto. Learn more about the difference between being happy and having meaning as Smith offers four pillars of a meaningful life.
"Here's what finding your passion isn't about: doing something because you feel others will approve, starting something and flaming out when it gets 'difficult', or trying things just to prove that you are "successful". Passion is about tuning into the things that energize you. Passion IS energy. So, whether it is a person, place, or thing, I want you to start paying attention to whether something energizes you, or totally depletes you. Do this for five days, and I guarantee your passion will reveal itself before your eyes." - Mel Robbins
You’ve heard the Confucius saying, “Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day...