Sometimes, if we spend too much time looking at our past and worrying about our present, we risk to lose the right moment to choose and build a better future.
Today's Book of the day is Smart World: Breakthrough Creativity and the New Science of Ideas by Richard Ogle, published in 2007 by Harvard Business School Press. The author of the book, Richard Ogle is an expert educator and consultant, whose activities focus on breakthrough creativity in entrepreneurial organizations. Born and raised in England, he came…
We can avoid unnecessary suffering by letting things go, setting ourselves free from attachment, old mindsets, behaviors, and attitudes.We grow by becoming leaner.
Breathe.When life challenges you, remember that you are strong enough, wise enough, compassionate enough to go on and grow.
This Universe, and our lives, are impermanent. To avoid suffering, we have to be aware and welcome change, so as to stop worrying for what we cannot control.
Often the best option we have is to commit to changing before it becomes too hard to do it. When we choose change, we grow, when we avoid it, we suffer.
Happiness is not so hard to achieve. We need to become aware that it comes from how we deal with events, from our own definition of it, and from our choices and actions.
When we grow in our understanding, we become aware that we need no external belongings to define our happiness, fulfillment, success, and purpose.
Marcus Aurelius, Ad se ipsum 10.16.1 Waste no more time arguing about what a good man should be. Be one. Marcus Aurelius - Ad se ipsum 10.16.1 Marcus Aurelius - Roman emperor from 161 to 180 - Image by Wikipedia
Today's Book Of The Day is Neuroplasticity by Antonio Matteo Bruscella, an excellent book to learn about this approach. Neuroplasticity by Antonio Matteo Bruscella Dr. Bruscella is an Italian psychologist and psychotherapist specializing in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). Neuroplasticity is the ability of the brain to change its neural pathways and synapses when facing events that…