What often distinguishes fulfilled from unfulfilled lives is an ingredient that’s not part of the educational curriculum, and that can sound vague, silly, and Californian in the bad sense. Confidence It’s humbling to realize just how many great achievements haven’t been the result of superior talent or technical know-how, merely Continue Reading

How To Be Confident

In well-meaning attempts to boost our confidence ahead of challenging moments, people often try to draw our attention to our strengths: our intelligence, our competence, our experience. But this can – curiously – have some awkward consequences. There’s a type of under-confidence that arises specifically when we grow too attached Continue Reading

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आस्था और आश : Belief and Hope

Om Shanti ! The title of today’s inspirational story is, ‘Belief and Hope’ There was once a Sadhu, who had left his home in childhood, because he had extreme love with God, he was engrossed and immersed in love and he had a very melodious voice, he used to sing Continue Reading

How to Build Self Confidence | Morning Motivation | Motivaitonal Video

[Music] confidence isn’t walking into a room thinking that you’re better than anyone it’s walking in knowing that you don’t have to compare yourself to anyone comparing yourself to another person that isn’t even in your system there’s no thought of comparison there is no competition with any other human Continue Reading

How to Understand Sexiness

When it comes to sex, we are – in theory – living in wildly liberated times. So you’d think it would easy to feel at ease owning up to certain sorts of sexual desires. But for most of us, the world doesn’t actually feel that generous about fetishes. It’s very Continue Reading

How To Know Yourself

Many of us are wandering the earth, accomplished in many ways, capable of fulfillment at points, but with a fundamental wound that stops us from becoming who we might be: we don’t quite know who we are.It isn’t, of course, that we can’t remember the basics of our biographies. We’re Continue Reading

Why It’s Useful to Think of Yourself As a Sinner

One of the strangest ideas bequeathed to us by religion is the notion that it might be wise and socially beneficial to think of ourselves as being, every one of us, sinners. This seems, at first glance, both patently untrue – and deeply unhelpful. The vast majority of us have Continue Reading

What Is Your Attachment Style?

One of the greatest questionnaires in the history of 20th-century psychology had a modest start in the pages of a local Colorado newspaper The Rocky Mountain News in July 1985. The work of two University of Denver psychologists Cindy Hazan and Phillip Shaver, the questionnaire asked readers to identify which Continue Reading