Seven Essential Skills to Success
Do you often find yourself choked up at a certain level and miss out on great opportunities, while others learn smarter and become successful? Do you often wonder why only a handful of people beam with self-confidence & perform at their best, while others struggle to finish their tiny 5-pointer to-do-list? Why some people grow faster and win accolades while most others find it difficult?
Do you wish you were more disciplined, focused, and consistent about your daily routines? If only you knew what sabotages your everyday efforts… The answer almost always can be traced back to maladaptive habits. Procrastination, impatience, risk aversion, a lack of priorities and direction, and, ultimately, unhappiness are the result of bad habits insidiously controlling your behavior. Here is the good news! These habits are learned, thus they can be unlearned. But which habits should you adopt instead?
Travels with Hafa
On the heels of a breakup, author Nathan Pettijohn rents an RV and takes off on the road with his dog to explore the Pacific Northwest for the month of October. Along their journey, Pettijohn and his dog Raphael, or “Hafa,” meet with locals in small towns and stay at sites ranging from national parks, trailer parks, and campgrounds, to parking lots and open spaces. While going to a number of iconic bucket-list road trip stops, Pettijohn shares his views on everything from dog training to dating apps, in a modern exploration of life on the road today in America for adventurers, vagabonds, and dog lovers.
MEET THE REAL YOU
Now what is success & happiness in life? It is just about fulfillment of your needs, wants, dreams, desires, wishes and nothing else. Most of the times we work very hard, chase dreams, give best & still fail and it is all more frustrating when we witness others achieve success with little or no hard work. They seem to be lucky. What is the difference? Being able to solve all problems and finding solutions at right time is the key to a successful & happy life. But the big question is how?