Do You Have A Problem In Your Life?

This flow chart turned up in many places, I don’t know the original source. It’s a simple way to describe how we should deal with problems. It reminds me of the Serenity prayer.

Grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change,
Courage to change the things I can,
And wisdom to know the difference.

There’s no need or use to worry about things we can not change.

Aim High!

The greater danger for most of us lies not in setting our aim too high and falling short; but in setting our aim too low, and achieving our mark.

The goals we set should be high enough to require an effort, even take us outside our comfort zone, and be worth achieving.

I’ve seen this quote before, today it turned up in “The Element – How finding your passion changes everything” by Sir Ken Robinson. That’s a great book.

How-To: When to Disconnect

There is a time and place for everything. Being connected is great – when needed. This video is great, 90 seconds and you realize that there are times when you shall disconnect from the virtual world.

Commercial From Thailand- Disconnect to connect

Source: Beautiful Commercial From Thailand Disconnect to connect.

This was originally posted at Bengt’s Notes, another blog of mine.

Great resources on personal growth

Mary Jaksch at Goodlife Zen has posted The Ultimate Personal Growth Guide: 100 Best Posts. It’s a gold mine and an excellent starting point.

Peter Clemens over at The Change Blog has posted The Definitive List of Free Personal Development Ebooks. It is a collection that covers different aspects of personal development. Dive in and see what’s there for you!

This was originally posted at Bengt’s Notes, another blog of mine.