Along this journey of self-improvement, I developed a different perspective on knowledge. Like many, I adamantly believed in the phrase “knowledge is power.” Continue reading
A few months ago I stumbled upon a revelation. Before anything else, all healthy relationships require mutual respect. Respect is not only a requirement. It is a nonnegotiable condition.
This concept holds more depth when I ask a few simple questions: Continue reading
Self-improvement is the path I obsessively chased for the past four years. All of my energy, effort, and focus went into upgrading into a better version of myself. New and improved – “Me” 2.0
I succeeded in attaining a higher level, but I was still dissatisfied.
Why? Continue reading
Developing a keen awareness of your own emotions will add another layer of perception onto your daily observations. When I feel uncomfortable I get quiet, my muscles tense up, and I typically avoid making eye contact. Knowing this about myself has helped me realize when others around me feel uncomfortable. Understanding yourself tends to make it easier to understand others. Continue reading
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Before an emotional satellite can be used there must be time spend set adjusting settings. On a regular electronic device, this means reading instruction manuals, determining what plugs go where etc. Adjusting your emotional satellite begins by developing an increased awareness of one’s emotions. Continue reading
For the last few years I have struggled to effectively use my emotions. Much of my personality is bounded in analytical and logical thought so I neglected to see the value of tuning into my own emotions. I was exposed to the importance of embracing my emotions out of necessity. These two quotes drive the point home: Continue reading
In an effort to pay it forward before I graduate from Bloomsburg University of Pennslyvania in four days I created a list of tips for college success. I sincerely believe that any student, at any point in time, can apply this advice and be succesful in college. Continue reading
My journey through self-improvement and self-care led me to discover two things: Everyone experiences a life drift and life alignment. Continue reading
Over the course of the past few weeks I discovered something crucial that had been missing from my life. No matter how far I progressed in my self improvement I always seemed to fall into the same traps and tribulations. I failed to establish personal boundaries. Continue reading
Trust, Respect, Love, Friendship, Time.
These are not toys to be given out to whoever comes along. These are things that are given when they are earned. They can be taken back at any point in time. Be selective. Not everyone is worthy of your Trust, Respect, Love, Friendship, Time.
And remember “If you stand for nothing, you will fall for everything.”
I love you – Barry