The Miracle Morning Challenge

Leave the first response July 20, 2015 / Posted in Personal Development

The most important part of the day is the morning. This is the part of the day that will allows you to spend time with yourself and do things that truly matters to you with minimal interruptions.

I have recently read The Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod and I think this is a wonderful book. The main points of the book is to ensure that we take control of our morning and ensure that we are able to get the important things done so that we can become a person that success is being attracted to us.

Like what Jim Rohn mentioned

“Success is not to be pursued; it is to be attracted by the person you become.” Read More »

What Is The Key That Helps You Get The Results That You Want?

Leave the first response July 9, 2015 / Posted in Personal Development

There are many factors that are essential to creating the results that you want. I found that one key success for me that allows me to create a 6 figure income is that I am able to do the boring things repeatedly while maintaining focus.

Getting fit and slimming down involves eating healthy and exercising regularly. It can be summarised in a sentence however, this is a billion dollar industries that churns out new workout videos and fad diets that always call out to the consumers. But if you are able to do the fundamentals well which is eating smaller portion of meals with good quality food instead of junk food, and also exercise at least 1 hour for 5 days a week, naturally you will lose weight. The equation is as simple as that.  Read More »

Journey Into Minimalism

5 Comments May 17, 2015 / Posted in Personal Development

Over consumerism creates anxiety and bring stress to your life. Majority of us are subconsciously buying things that we don’t need and we get things to impress people who don’t care about us.

I’ve decided to try a little experiment of throwing at least an item a day. The aim of this experiment is to bring awareness into my life about the things that I own and also to clear out the clutters.

It has already been 12 days straight. I have not break my streak of throwing at least a single item a day. In fact, the likelihood of throwing more then a single item is very common and it occurs almost everyday.

I am still in the midst of doing this experiment and I’m already starting to feel good about my space as it is much neater then before. It also makes me more aware of the choices I made for my purchases. Read More »