Do you sometimes take yourself too seriously? Do you believe that your worries, issues, and life’s dramas are the center of the universe?
For those who haven’t yet received Norman’s weekly inspiration letter every Sunday, here is a collection of all the weekly inspirations.
Both are well-tattooed, and my gaze falls upon a tattoo on the lower back of the young lady. “Love Me” it says in black ink.
“Here’s my top 5 ranking of the (for me) worst horror films.” I hear this sentence from Steven Gätjen.
Napoleon Hill, the author of the best-selling book “Think and Grow Rich,” writes in his book about the key principles of success. And one of these was an absolute game-changer for us last weekend: “Hold No Bitterness.”
The beauty of it is that only one person determines what you allow into your head and, thus, what you think. Transform from being a brain manager back to being a brain user.
Have you heard the saying that fear is a poor advisor? Why is that the case? It’s because when we are in a state of fear, we are like in a tunnel and don’t perceive the other possibilities around us.
Is there a trick to not let that “rough start” carry on through the rest of the day but instead start powerful into the day?
“Have fun in the here and now and don’t be angry.” And there’s another sentence I’d like to share with you, which stuck with me: “Lose your Ikigai (purpose in life), and you die.”
You are writing your future story in this moment. When you become aware of this, you regain control over your life.
Is it possible that faith moves mountains? Yesterday I asked this question to the 50 exclusive participants of an absolutely gigantic speaker workshop in Birmingham.