Failing isn’t the end of the world. In fact, it’s actually necessary for success.
Updates on how my 30-day blog-reading fast went. Lessons learned and steps I’ll take going forward.
There’s no doubt that personal development blogs have so much to offer when it comes to learning from other peoples’ mistakes, or producing a shift in your mindset–letting you know that you don’t have to conform to expectations.
But for the next 30 days, I will not be reading any personal development blogs.
I firmly believe that each of us has an inner compass—one that will ultimately guide us in the direction that will make us happiest.
Here’s a quick but effective list of the reasons why I’ve found dream-chasing to be worth my while:
Is through positive reinforcement.
With these two simple words comes a notion that is often overlooked in the classroom, in the home, and in the workplace for other sterner, and less effective, methods of behavior-correction.