Daniella Whyte

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To Hit a Target, You Have To Have a Target to Hit (Vita. Consilio. 01.08.17)

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Imagine that you were given a bow and arrow but not given a target. Where would you aim the arrow? Probably nowhere in particular, just anywhere in the random open space.

And let’s say you did shoot in any direction at random. Why did you shoot in that direction instead of another direction? What was the purpose of aiming left instead of right? Another question could be what is the outcome of aiming there instead of here? Read more…

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Stop Trying to Fix Your Weaknesses (365 Days of Spirited Living – DAY 93)

Stop Trying to Fix Your Weaknesses

(30 Things To Stop Spending Time On If You Want to Be Successful #2)

“Winners evaluate themselves in a positive manner and look for their strengths as they work to overcome weaknesses.”
— Zig Ziglar

We’re not perfect. It is a fact of life that each and every one of us possess both strengths and weaknesses. Imagine a world where everybody was good at everything and we did it perfectly. That’s a nice thought, but that world would be pretty boring. It is both our strengths and weaknesses that make us who we are, that assist us in creating teams, in developing business models, and in reaching our goals in life. Read more…

5 Things You Can Do Right Now

5 Things You Can Do Right Now

1. Build a positive circle of influence. The people you allow into your life will influence your life one way or another. Make sure they are people who celebrate your skills and talents and encourage you to be your best self and give your best gifts.
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The Control We Have

The Control We Have

There are some things in life that we cannot control. One of them is the day we were born. The other is the day we’re going to die. While we would like to have some say in these important matters, we don’t. We only have a say in what we do with the days we are given in between our birth and our death. Read more…

10 Ways To Care For Yourself

10 Ways To Care For Yourself lifeology

1. If it feels wrong, don’t do it. We all have a conscience, a gut, intuition, or an inner voice that talks to us. We are internally informed before we act. Therefore, the voice inside of us tells us when we’re about to do something wrong and even when we’re about to do something right. Listen to your heart like you would a good friend; it can save you tons of trouble in the long run.

2. Never give up on your dreams. You’re not dreaming for nothing. What you envision can and will come to pass. All dreams are fulfilled in time. If you give up before your time comes around, you give up on some possibilities, opportunities, and blessings too.

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Fooled By the External

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A school teacher did an experiment with her kindergarten class. She placed three boxes at the front of the room. All three boxes had something in them.

The first box was wrapped with Christmas gift paper and had a blank paper in it. The second box was wrapped with birthday party paper and had five dollars in it. The third box was plain brown and had ten dollars inside. Read more…

Stop Trying to Fix Your Weaknesses (30 Things To Stop Spending Time On If You Want to Be Successful #2)

Stop Trying to Fix Your Weaknesses

We’re not perfect. It is a fact of life that each and every one of us possess both strengths and weaknesses. Imagine a world where everybody was good at everything and we did it perfectly. That’s a nice thought, but that world would be pretty boring. It is both our strengths and weaknesses that make us who we are, that assist us in creating teams, in developing business models, and in reaching our goals in life. Read more…

Stop Avoiding Failure (30 Things To Stop Spending Time On If You Want to Be Successful #1)

Stop Avoiding Failure

Failure happens. It happens to all of us, even the best of us. The thought of not achieving one’s desired goals is a scary fact of life. It is an idea that we could well do without. But in embracing the opportunity and freedom to succeed in life, the opportunity and freedom to fail is also willfully available. Many people avoid failure to the neglect of the possibility that they could succeed. Sometimes, success is found after many failed attempts at doing something. Take for example Thomas Edison, an American inventor, who said, “I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work.” Other times, success simply depends on how you view failure. You can light another candle after the storm comes and knocks the first one out, or you can sit in darkness. It’s all about your perspective. Read more…

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