The 10 Most Important Questions You Can Ask Yourself Today

The 10 Most Important Questions You Can Ask Yourself Today

Think about it.  If I ask you, “Quickly, in one sentence, what do you want most out of life?” I bet your rushed response is going to be something like, “I want to be happy, and have a healthy family, and a career I like that pays well, etc.”  Your response is going to be so common and ubiquitous that it basically doesn’t even mean anything.  Which is precisely why senseless, happy-go-lucky questions like this aren’t very helpful.  And yet, this is precisely the kind of questions we often ask ourselves.

So what kind of questions might you ask instead?  Questions that force you into a corner.  Questions that help you embrace the sacrifices it takes to get where you want to go.  Questions that motivate you to focus on the next step forward.  In other words, questions like…

6 Ways to be Generous When You Have Too Much Stuff

I have more than I need, while others have less than they can survive on. I know there is no quick fix to the problems of poverty in the world but perhaps if I found ways to better use the 25% it would go some way towards helping those struggling to survive. Here are a few of the ways I’ve found to spread the excess that I own in different areas of my life...

35 Things To Do Instead Of Spending Money

35 Things To Do Instead Of Spending Money

For a long time, I was completely convinced that The Good Life looked like this: yearly international vacations at luxury resorts, impressive, four-course meals at trendy restaurants, and double-take worthy jewelry and a certain brand of red-soled shoes.

But these days, I place a lot more value on freedom and time… Time to pursue my passions, hang out with my honey, and hike through the Hollywood Hills as the sun sets. Sounds nice, right? It’s totally possible to live a fulfilling, engaged, love-every-minute-of-it life without bouncing checks.

Do You Have Nomophobia?

Do You Have Nomophobia?

You might be asking, "What in the world is nomophobia?". I did too. But when I found out what it was, I realised I may have it. We know a 'phobia' is a fear of something which can cause anxiety and stress. Usually, the amount of stress or anxiety doesn't correspond to the level of danger that actually exists - and so it is ultimately irrational.

But Nomo … what is nomo?