“Only those that sleep make no mistakes.” I love this quote by Ingvar Kamprad, founder of Ikea because it sums up the past year. Mistakes, celebrations, loss, and life lessons are how I will remember 2018.
I have learned more about my strengths and weaknesses than any year in the past. It also helped me grow personally and professionally. I find it helpful at the end of each year to look back at what I have learned and how far I’ve come. Here are the 11 life lessons that I learned in 2018.
If you are a reflection of the type of people you surround yourself with, what does that say about you? The kind of person you allow to be in your life whether it’s a friendship or relationship says a lot about you.
You are judged by the type of people you are around. Before you say that you don’t care what others think about you, stop and ask yourself if you care who is in your life.
Think about your inner circle. This is the five closest people in your life. They are the ones you spend the most time with, confide in, and reach out to for support. Here are three questions to ask yourself about your inner circle.
If you want more confidence and better self-esteem, are you willing to work on it daily?
We form healthy habits by taking small steps every day. These small steps add up to significant results.
If you are ready to grow, here is a daily checklist to get you started.
Inspiration doesn’t fall out of the sky. Sometimes you have to take action to find it. If you are ready to dig deep, here are seven questions that will help you find the inspiration you desire.
Feeling overwhelmed by your schedule and to-do list? Are you hard on yourself because you think you aren’t getting enough accomplished?
If you laugh at the idea of a balanced life, I get it because I use to do the same thing.
Life is hectic, but it’s still our responsibility to stay balanced. From one busy person to another, here are five proven tips to help you find balance.