Category Introspection

Introspection is like a lantern — it might provide light, but it doesn’t guarantee seeing.

Knowing yourself better results in “stronger relationships, a clearer sense of purpose, and greater well-being, self-acceptance, and happiness.” These benefits can help you in almost every area of life. They’ll make you a better manager, employee, colleague, parent, spouse, and friend.

How to Stop Being an Emotional Fool

Emotional Fool

Who is an Emotional Fool? An individual who is placing greater importance in their emotional state of being instead of using their logical faculties. Being an emotional fool can create many problems for an individual because, when you make decisions…

7 Ways to Release Anger

Release anger

Waiting in long lines, dealing with snide remarks from co-workers, driving through endless traffic — it can all become a bit much. While feeling angry by these daily annoyances is a normal response to stress, spending all your time being…

Do a Thing You Fear The Most

Do a Thing You Fear

Facing the difficult challenges We all know that fear is a protective mechanism that can help to protect us from unnecessary harm. However, excessive fear can make it difficult or even impossible to achieve some of our dreams. There was…

How to Stop Being Too Available?

Too Available

“Too Much of the availability lose the Importance.” Is it fine to be available all the time? This question has mixed reviews, but the people have proven that excessiveness of everything is terrible. Don’t take behaviors of people on the…

How to be a More Open-Minded Person

Open-Minded Person

Open-minded people seem to have a better chance to discover the hidden potential in life. This is why they will continuously discover new opportunities from which they can benefit. They are willing to let go of control and to consider…