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ebook (2)“You must be the change you wish to see in the world”– Mahatma Gandhi

Every one of us, without exception, has and ideal vision or image as to how our perfect life would be: expectations of a better social status, relationships which will fulfill us, meeting our ideal partner, achieving a greater connection with our current significant other, better health and the list goes on and on.

Unfortunately, most times those aspirations are not met, leaving us with a sensation of anxiety, sadness and ultimately a lowered self-esteem.

However, most of the times all of this can be prevented, and although not easy, it all comes down to a radical twist in our mindset.

The change you are willing to see in the outer world will only come from within. Only by accepting who you are and understanding what aspects of our life you need to work on should you be able to achieve a true transformation.

“Why don’t you change? What prevents you?” – Jiddu Krihnamurthi”

The greatest enemies in our path to a better and more fulfilling life are self-deceiving contentment, superficiality and laziness.

Of course your life does not need to be a struggle made up of constant effort and an endless series of obstacles to be overcome so that you become a better version of yourself. On the contrary, it comes from the understanding of what a better life means to you and what can you do to make it happen.

It is essential being aware of what prevents you from achieving your goals. Be serious about it: be active, take ownership of your actions and put yourself out there! But most importantly get rid of the excuses that stop you from becoming the person you want to be.

On Why Don’t You Change? You will find advice on how to achieve change in diverse areas of your life, including meditation, dieting and methods to improve your relationships along with self-development e-books.

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It’s your time, take a chance. Why don’t you change?

6 Comments

  1. Hello,

    My name is Hiroto Tanabe , and I’m a writer for the Japanese website TABI LABO (http://tabi-labo.com). Our company’s goal is to introduce inspiring media to Japanese people in an effort to increase interest in other countries and cultures. We want encourage people to look past the borders of Japan and see parts of the world that aren’t shown on the news.

    We were really impressed with this article you have written ( http://www.lifehack.org/articles/communication/25-signs-you-are-already-successful-and-youre-simply-unaware.html ) and were wondering if we could introduce it to people here in Japan. We would translate it into Japanese and introduce it on TABI LABO with some additional commentary. Of course, your name will be mentioned as the original author and a link to your profile will be given.

    If you are interested, please let us know. A simple “Yes, please introduce my article!” message would be plenty. If we receive permission, we will work on getting the article translated as soon as we can.

    Looking forward to hearing from you soon.

    Best regards,

    Hiroto Tanabe

  2. Hello,
    My name is Aaron Moseley. I currently work as a local Entrepreneur here in Tulsa Oklahoma. I wanted to contact you because you have truly inspired, motivated, and encouraged me. I would like to have the opportunity to share what I have learned with others.
    With your permission I would like to humbly ask to display and promote your work on my new site motivateyourpassion.com. I will give you full credit, with a link to your website, your name, and should you desire a bio section. Whether it is a blog post, an article, or a short paragraph. I am interviewing hundreds of successful entrepreneurs over the next few months. I will be promoting their ideas, thoughts, bios, and stories in hopes to inspire others. I want to give people the tools they need to go after their passions and do what they love.
    Full credit will be given to you as well as a link to your website with anything I promote.
    I would really like to have a conversation with you at your earliest convenience. I promise it would take no more than five minutes of your time. You may contact me via cell phone, or e-mail listed below.

    Aaron Moseley 918-695-5879 aaron.globalbusiness@gmail.com

  3. Dear CARL PRESTON,

    My name is Daichi Okamoto and I am a writer for the Japanese website TABI LABO (http://tabi-labo.com). Previously, we have sent you a message on permission to use your article for translation(http://www.lifehack.org/articles/productivity/10-habits-successful-people-give-increase-their-productivity.html), but we have yet to receive a response. We would appreciate if you could take some time to look through our request.
    We would still like to introduce your article to our Japanese readers. You will be given full credit as the original author and a link to your profile will also be given.

    If you are interested, please let us know as soon as possible. Once we receive the permission, we will get on translating the article as soon as we can.

    We look forward to your favorable reply.
    Thank you.

    Best Regards,

    Daichi Okamoto
    media@tabi-labo.com

  4. just read one of your articles about what successful people do and it says they don’t multitask because no one multi tasks successfully? Ever heard of a disease called ADD/ADHD? We happen to work best WHEN multitasking, look it up and do it quite successfully if i do say so myself and I know plenty of ADD business owners who keep their businesses running by virtue of multitasking because if WE try to focus on one thing at a time forget about it.

    • Hi Valerie,
      I do appreciate your reply. When I mean multitasking I refer to concentrating your efforts, actions and thoughts on more than one thing at once, when tackling one task you must be completely focused. However having many things running at the same time, and being organised about it is different. This does not prevent you from focusing your efforts 100% on what you are doing. There is a slight difference, but it lies in the concept of feeling occupied.

      You may know you have many stuff running, but by being organised and having a plan you do not need to do more than one thing at once. As a business owned, when possible (and I say only if possible) you should delegate the tasks and look at the bigger picture.

      This is what I meant. It is about focus, and never forgetting, but doing efficiently.

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