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When You Know Your Core Values, Every Single Decision You Make is Easier.

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Written by Joanne Wellington for Mediums World

Sound core values are the foundation of a truly successful life. Have more purpose, passion and meaning in your life

In order for you to create this excellence anywhere in your life, there must be a strong foundation for you to build upon. Build that foundation with solid values and a strong sense of purpose, and your results will be nothing short of magical.

By living Your Core Values, not only will you be more successful , you enjoy your success more. You also achieve your outcomes with less effort and conflict.

From Core Values you can expect to . . .

 
  • gain real clarity about who you are  and what you stand for
 
  • make better choices about where you spend your time and who you spend it with
 
  • see why and how your values affect your bottom line
 
  • have more passion in your purpose & purpose in your passion
 
  • discover how your core values drive and direct your purpose
 
  • stay inspired and motivated; overcome discouragement
 
  • notice if, when and why you’re off-course
 
  • learn how to prioritize your goals
 
  • help your family and your friends to develop their values
 
  • get more of the right things done
 
  • stay focused on what matters most to you
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Nothing makes me more angry and sad than a cold and judgmental person.

Written by Joanne Wellington for Mediums World

Yes Mike Robbins is quite right in many aspects of his article  The Power of Empathy  and I have to say and have mentioned to people before that a cold and judgmental person is such a sad thing to see or be.

I wish people could learn to be more understanding. Nothing makes me more angry and sad than a cold and judgmental person.

We all have judgmental prejudices. We all think thoughts that separate us from one another. We may not necessarily agree with everyone, that would be very impossible, but we can at least try to understand why people do something or act in a certain way. We can learn a lot that way…

This may or may not change anything, but I have always felt bad in the past when I have judged people… WE really should do better…. We should learn not to judge . Life is so much more enriching the more people you know and there really are some wonderful people out there once you let go, and you will find out the more diverse they are.

I challenge people now to try to make yourself a better person. You may not always agree with others, but is it really so hard to see through someone else’s eyes and see the other side of the coin ? Trust me, you’ll be happier if you do. understanding is great patience, and great patience is gold within us……!!..its very important for your children to learn too if you have them..

Try it for you ,do it for them , lets help make the world a better place .

Lets talk about self-pity…the answer is really worth its weight in gold if found.

Written by Joanne Wellington for Mediums World

Lets talk about self-pity…the answer is really worth its weight in gold if found. If we want to be  happy we have to stop feeling sorry for ourselves and stop wallowing in self-pity. If you think  about it we all enjoy doing it and we do it way more than we consciously realise.. self-pity is a  soul emotion that clouds our happiness and I invite you to consider that for a  second.. because self-pity is a very unique emotion that eats up everything all around us except itself, leaving itself on its own little island… bitter and angry and sticking up for its own  values..

Self-pity does feel good at first because it reminds us of  hey you know the worlds so cruel and  life’s dealt us a bad hand, we are just not worthy, and that might be true in some cases but  its pretty pointless and it’s not really going to help us.. Let go of self-pity… It’s all about being responsible for your thoughts and actions again and you will  automatically clear those grey clouds shielding you from true happiness.

We sometimes go into the self-pity mode when we get to a point in life, and there are  guaranteed to be a couple, we have all been there, many of us on a daily basis. It is terrible  sometimes when we feel the world is caving in, when things go wrong all at once and we start  to feel sorry for ourselves and we realise ” Gee ” life isn’t really that good and isn’t treating us very well and  maybe we are not worth anything, maybe things are just destined to not work out for us, and then we feel sorry for ourselves and just wallow in that self-pity, and it’s quite ironic because it makes us feel  good temporarily, we sort of think “hey yeah I was right!” so there’s a little sort of quite positive  feedback from the negativity. But as you move forward slowly that self-pity, that feeling sorry for yourself, turns very bitter and gets worse and worse then you find that people around you who are trying to help are changing towards you but STOP is it really them…?

hmm… but then again it is hard to forgive the people who innocently push your buttons instead you get angry with them when  you are wallowing in self.

Really it’s not good for our well-being at all …you  just have try as much as possible to stop feeling sorry for yourself and you’ll very rarely have a reason for sadness its bad for all long-term.  You’ll enjoy and have more happiness in your life if  you could just remember it is just a part of  life  not the whole of it. We are always dipping into happiness and sadness and we do need both sides of this coin in order to know the difference. To help us forward ourselves and all around us  we need to endure sadness but not hold it and not for long periods of time not even a whole day if you can help it.. we have to embrace the duality of it and be gentle with ourselves.

You can change your frame of mind.

 

Written by Joanne Wellington

You can change your frame of mind for the better when ever you want  it only takes a second truly try it…we all have this power within us its just when we choose to use it.

We all end up feeling that we need to leave a legacy .

Written by Joanne Wellington

We all end up feeling that we need to leave a legacy . It is a another basic desire to want our lives to count for something. “To laugh often and much; to win the respect of intelligent people and affection of children; to earn the appreciation of honest critics and endure the betrayal of false friends; to appreciate beauty; and to find the best in others; to leave the world a little bit better, whether by a healthy child, a garden patch or a redeemed social condition; to know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded.”

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