“If you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mountain, “Move from here to there,” and it will move. Nothing will be impossible for you.” Matthew 17:20 (NIV)
”… The little Engine That Could story inspired me to keep trying no matter how difficult or seemingly impossible a situation might be. When I moved beyond my doubts and fears, I was always amazed at what I was able to achieve. … ‘Nothing beats a failure but a try’. ”
In this sweet video, we are reminded to be brave enough to take action and never give up on our ideas. It may as well fail but as least we know that we have tried it before it fell to the ground. FYI, Edison had more than a thousand failed inventions!
“The Volunteers” Legends of the 21st century Humans. The video is about our ‘helpers’. Those souls who come as volunteers to Earth to support humans to evolve. I love this video! There is a lot of truth addressed in this video about our spiritual nature and our experience in the human for on Earth. I suggest you pay close attention to their conversation!
In Finding Your Element, author and educator, Sir Ken Robinson, offers viewers a guide to finding and being in their element. He provides basic principles and tools to help guide them to do the work they enjoy with a sense of contentment and purpose. He believes that you can thoughtfully and strategically make changes in your personal and professional life as you Find Your Element.
Finding your natural talents is crucial for being happy. It is not only about knowing what you are good at but finding in what way to use this talent to truly fulfil you and make you happy!
“We will either heal as a team or we will die as individuals”
The video inspires us to ask the question whether we can win alone. It seems to be about time to realize the importance and strength of community. This is a perfect moment in time to give up our differences and focus on what makes us similar. In that we can embrace each other and find strength and courage to move beyond our limitations.
People have described sisu as grit or perseverance, but Lahti clarifies that it’s more about “extraordinary perseverance.” In other words, it’s about enduring in the face of extreme, or beyond ordinary, challenges.
“A self evident truth is that people who have a clear understanding of themselves enjoy more successful careers and better lives”
Tasha Eurich, organisational psychologist
We’d all like to believe we’re self-aware, but in reality, the facts point to a more sobering truth. Organizational psychologist Tasha Eurich has spent the last 4 years researching what it truly means to be self-aware, and in the process, has made a surprising discovery about human perception. In this illuminating talk, Eurich dissects common misbeliefs about introspective thinking and provides a simple way we can get to know ourselves just a little bit better.