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Live Huge Links – 02.15.13

February 15, 2013
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[Every Friday on the Life De-Constructed blog, I share a few favorite links from my virtual travels during the week. This is my way of giving love and a holla to the people who are living huge in their own lives…and transforming world.]

 

2013-02-02_13597684155 Ways to Stay Grounded in a Hectic World

It has never been so hard to stay grounded, with so many distractions, be materialistic, personal issues and negative talk, it is a struggle not to get caught up in day-to-day trivialities that force us to lose focus on our own lives and journey.

– Charlene Barry via Addicted2Success.com

 

The Self-Love Revolution

It is the intent & desire of TSLR [The Self-Love Revolution] for women across the globe to know what it truly feels like to be radically, unapologetically in love with SELF.

– Andrea Owen of Your Kick Ass Life & Amy E. Smith a.k.a. The Joy Junkie

 
A relentlessly pragmatic approach to self-care

My business requires three pieces of equipment: a computer, an internet connection, and me. If either of the first two break down, I can find alternatives. So really, the only piece of irreplaceable business equipment I own is my brain.

 Therefore, adequate maintenance is not optional. And self-care is maintenance of me.

– Catherine Caine of Cash & Joy

 
Don’t Live Your Life, Lead It

Leading life is a prerequisite of personal and professional growth. When we lead our lives, we set a vision and intentionally resolve to advance from a lower state to a higher state. We are not resigning to live life as it is.

­– H. James Wilson via The HBR Blog Network

 

Reframing Fear: The Upside of Risk, Failure and Judgment

[This] GLP [Good Life Project] Jam Session is all about…fear. Fear of failure. And fear of judgment.

 I’ve written a lot over the last few years about how to overcome or rather move through fear of failure and fear of judgment. This episode focuses on a single technique that can be hugely effective at putting fear in its right place. Transforming it from a source of pain and paralysis to a source of fuel and mobilization.

– Jonathan Fields of The Good Life Project

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One Comment leave one →
  1. March 5, 2014 4:45 am

    Such a nice post! You know, life isn’t easy.I need some advice on how to live life.People always say it’s a blessing. Well, I’m not seeing it.We are not resigning to live life as it is.

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