How do you approach life challenges? Whenever you face a challenging situation whether you think that you will go through it successfully or do you get overwhelmed and feel like a failure? If you think that you will perform pretty well even in difficult times, then you possess a strong belief called self-efficacy.
Procrastination is an act of delaying and postponing tasks/assignments at hand despite knowing its ill effects. Apparently, it seems quite satisfactory to procrastinate however, the results thereof, are relatively atrocious.
Procrastination is an act of delaying and postponing tasks/assignments at hand despite knowing its ill effects. Apparently, it seems quite satisfactory to procrastinate however, the results thereof, are relatively atrocious. According to a study 95 percent of people are involved in procrastination to some extent. Procrastination is often confused with laziness but they are different things altogether. Laziness indicates inactiveness, reluctance to do or perform tasks. Procrastination is an act of putting off or postponing important tasks for less important ones; and preferring pleasurable and easy tasks over hard but important tasks. It’s a blend of multiple psychological issues.
Some individuals take pride in possessing a strong gut instinct, many years of their experience now guides and determines their important life choices. On the contrary, some individuals are reluctant to base their decisions on gut feelings; they often consider intuition as something instinctively biased and emotional.
How many times did it happen to you that you planned to carry out an important task and got distracted by a notification from a social media app? It happens every day because in this fast-paced technology-filled world it’s harder than ever to focus because a lot of things are there to distract us. Let’s name some digital distractions that distract most of us every day: Our favorite celebrity is… Read More »Why a focused mind is important in life?
Have you ever involved in an activity you are fully absorbed in and have an energized focus and in-depth engagement in it, and enjoy the whole process? If yes, then recall that activity because that is the actually activity that reflects what you are naturally inclined to do or what is your instinctive advantage. Instinctive Advantage is your continuously developing traits, characteristics, and inclinations, that have become imprinted in your… Read More »5 steps action plan to recognize your instinctive advantage
Before finally building one of the most successful car companies of the world, Henry Ford confronted multiple failures; went bankrupt five times.
After being diagnosed with a stage IV cancer (epithelioid hemangioendothelioma) affecting her liver and lungs, Kris Carr did not let her disease overwhelm her; instead she deployed her devastating experience to help others by sharing her battle story in the form of a series of books and documentaries; and eventually emerged as a well-known expert on healthy living.
Have you ever found yourself staring at a painting in an art gallery and coveted I would have done it OR heard an impressive musical composition and desired you would have composed it OR read a piece of literary work and wondered how author was able to write such an outstanding narration?
Yes, we all endure this emotional pain called ‘creativity envy’ – we find ourselves consumed with others’ success.
Do you know World Economic Forum has listed ‘creativity’ among top 10 in demand skills of tomorrow?
Yes, it’s a bit of a surprise that soft skills are still at the top of the list despite being in this era of technological advancements.
benefits of the intrinsic motivation that support the idea that it is more powerful than extrinsic motivation.