Over the Chinese New Year holiday, I was engrossed on a new Playstation 3 game, Kingdom of Amalur. The game demonstrates eight ways to have a purposeful life. I bought the game because of the trailer and gameplay. I expected to be immersed by the action, I didn’t expect to be blown away by the depth of this game. What I didn’t really expect is the gameplay is so closely ties to our daily living.
Kingdom of Amalur reminds me to live a purposeful life. In this post, you will learn eight must-do’s to live a purposeful life.
“There is not enough time.” Have you heard this before? Have you said it before? What are the tips to effective time management? In my view, you can never manage time effectively. So what can you do about time?
When we look from a macro point of view, there is abundance of time. Since we have abundance of it, how come we are always face with not enough time?
This is not a coaching post. This is not a post about discovering the deeper you. This is a post about taking responsibility for your result. This is a post to remind myself to walk the talk, and not just paying lip services.
Self confidence comes from within. But some places mentioned that you build self confidence from with-out. Example like learning a skill, achieving a goal, dressing well or changing your physical appearance. No doubt you will improve self confidence by these methods, but you don’t get to address the cause of the lack of self confidence.
A client wants me to train and coach his company staff. My response was, “seriously?”
“Why?” He asked.
“Some of your staff may resign after the training and coaching.”
He thought for awhile. Then smiled. “That’s good.” And I got the contract.
No, it’s not that game show, ‘Are You Smarter Than A Fifth Grader’. It’s something more serious. Chance upon an article on the local newspaper yesterday. An article about the words that our 10 – 11 years old kids are learning in school. I felt ashamed of myself after looking at the words.
90% of my clients believe that they are not good enough. The thing is our belief runs our life. Believing that they are not being good enough doesn’t create the inspiring life that they like to have. Do you have a similar belief? How would you possess the power to be in control when you believe that you are just not good enough?
This unsupportive belief causes many to live life below what they are capable of. Did you also live life below what you are capable of? Did you miss out some good opportunities because you are holding on to this belief?