Are You Resourceful?

One day a rancher's donkey fell into a well. The animal cried piteously for hours as the rancher endeavored to make sense of what to do. At long last, he decided the animal was old and the well needed to be covered up anyway, it just wasn’t worth the hassle to retrieve the donkey. He... Continue Reading →

10 Inspiring Quotes To Overcome Self-Doubt

But for self-doubt most of us would have been at the pinnacle of our lives living productive and fulfilling lifestyles. We have the potential to excel and become all that we want to become but fear of attempting holds us back. Here is a collection of powerful quotes to inspire you to overcome self-doubt, conquer... Continue Reading →

Are You A Quitter or A Fighter?

Feelings of disappointment, lack of fulfillment, self-doubt, depression, and general sadness flood our minds when our expectations are not met. That awkward feeling of inadequacy, when we know that we are capable to get more out of life but can't just seem to get it right, that moment when we begin to ask those depressing... Continue Reading →

Inspirational Short Stories #04

It is sometimes very difficult to believe that our struggles are deliberately put there to prepare us for the challenges ahead but looking back I can connect the dots.

The butterfly was supposed to go through that struggle to prepare for the future, unknowing to the man he aborted the destiny of that butterfly thinking he was being helpful.

Is there any struggle you are going through right now? I bet there are many. Look for the silver lining, what is it trying to teach you? what are you learning from it? If you don’t pick the vital lessons now, you will struggle even more in the future.

Best believe it, these struggles are a stepping stone to your next big accomplishment.

Read the full story below reblogged from rêveuse

 

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A man found a cocoon of a butterfly. One day a small opening appeared. He sat and watched the butterfly for several hours as it struggled to force its body through that little hole.

Until it suddenly stopped making any progress, and looked like it was stuck.

So the man decided to help the butterfly.

He took a pair of scissors and snipped off the remaining bit of the cocoon. The butterfly then emerged easily, although it had a swollen body and small, shriveled wings.

The man didn’t think anything of it, and sat there waiting for the wings to enlarge to support the butterfly. But that didn’t happen. The butterfly spent the rest of its life unable to fly, crawling around with tiny wings and a swollen body.

Despite the kind heart of the man, he didn’t understand that the restricting cocoon and the struggle needed by the butterfly to…

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You are your own worst critic

Intention Now

How do you feel about your life?

For me, if I’m being honest about it, I’ve been pretty hard on myself lately—especially when it comes to my career.

Being a freelancer, I either feel like I’m doing too much, not doing enough, not doing enough of the right jobs, not making enough money, etc.

Basically: I’m not enough.

I sometimes think “I should just get a regular full-time job again.”

Sure, I never had a full-time job that was fulfilling. But it was stable, and I left work at work. I never went home thinking, “I should have done more.”

But last week I caught a glimpse of my life from the outside.

My husband was talking on the phone to his dad, and he was talking about my career.

“Yeah, she’s doing great,” he said. “She’s always getting new clients and taking on new projects. Her clients love…

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15 Inspiring Personal Growth Quotes

“The best rules to form a young man are: to talk little, to hear much, to reflect alone upon what has passed in company, to distrust one's own opinions, and value others that deserve it.” -Sir William Temple “It is only the very wisest and the very stupidest who cannot change.” -Confucius "Between stimulus and... Continue Reading →

What We Can Be In This Life — The Job

Yes, that was me. I was the kid who hid under his desk and in coat closets the first several years of his schooling. If I remember right, this continued into 3rd grade. 863 more words via What We Can Be In This Life — The Job

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