3/31/2013

The 3 questions - Vaclav Dekanovsky

3 roses
In every fairy-tail a hero has to accomplish 3 deeds before he gets his prize. And that's why we asked nowadays heroes inspiring personas as well as normal people to share their recipe for happiness. 
 We are going to ask them 3 simple questions: 

3/25/2013

The Wonder

Pair looking in wonder into distance
Most of us do not see, feel and enjoy the world fully. Throughout our lives we learned to name and define our surrounding that we are no longer interested in what is really happening. Many inspirational people can wake us up into the world full of wonder containing thousands of awesome things and situation only if we decide to see them.

3/22/2013

EFT - Emotion Free Tapping

There's an easy and quick technique how to address whatever problem we might suffer from. Doesn't matter if you want to cure an illness, heal a relationship, remember foreign language or don't want to be angry after the football match. Emotion Free Taping (EFT) promoted by people Jack Canfield (Chicken Soup for the Soul) or Bob Proctor (played in The Secret) is an easy method how you can release your blocked emotions and even find an intuitive solution to your problem.

3/12/2013

Indaba - the most effective meeting

Empty meeting room
Are you nervous how much time gonna be wasted whenever you are invited for a meeting? Interestingly at least 2 books agreed on a way how should an effective meeting look like. Cool about it is, that we don't have to work much, all we need is respect and intuition.

3/10/2013

Inspiring reading - List of Recommended books

Aisle with books
Everything what happens helps us to understand who we are and what we are doing here on Earth. Since the dawn of the humankind people wanted to know how to spend their days in happiness. Philosophers were trying to answer the question: "What is the meaning of life?" Over the time many enlightened authors or just normal people with good ideas shared their knowledge in books. Let us recommend you a few of them which we found interesting - List of inspiring books about personal development.

3/05/2013

Selective Attention - The veils of Perception

Do you see a swan or a monster - the perception is relative|
All around us there are reams and reams of information and if we are to notice them all we would definitely go mad. Our brain is so nice to us that he serves our attention only part of the reality around. Don't you believe? Have a look at the video below. Your tasks is to count how many times the white team passes the ball.

3/04/2013

Personal Development Course 1 - Responsibility for own life

Grow Sign - 1. Lesson - Take responsibility for own life
There are many things and principles which will make your life happier and more satisfying. If I'm to choose one I consider the most important it would definitely be taking responsibility of your own life. Without being consciously responsible for one's life there is always someone else who will take the care. 

3/03/2013

Marshall Rosenberg: Non-violent communication (recommended reading)


If I were to choose a single book which should be obligatory reading in school the winner would be Marshall Rosenberg's Non-Violent Communication - A Language of Life. It would be the only book on the compulsory list and recommended to be read every year. Why? Rosenberg teaches in it how to achieve our desires and avoid violence.

3/02/2013

It's achieved by someone stupid enough not to know it's impossible

Impossible until someone doesn't know it
I recently went to a concert of Australian guitar player Tommy Emmanuel. Since he stepped on the stage everyone in the crowd seemed to be perplexed how only does he manage to play so well. Tommy can play pieces which are so difficult that other bands have two guitarist to play the same. How is he doing that?

3/01/2013

Clemens Kuby – Inspiring Healer

Clemens Kuby - German writting about self healing
Broken neck usually changes one’s life for worse though in the case Clemens Kuby it was the opposite. His life started only after he fell down from the roof top and was taken to the hospital with a diagnose that he will never walk again. For Clemens it was a sign; he did not trust the doctors and in 3 months left the ward  walking and filled with newly found life purpose.