For a mere blog, my site is young and adventurous.
But that doesn’t mean I can’t start a few traditions on my own. We’re reaching the end of the year and it’s time to look back at the year that was to capture the most amazing lessons so far.
I am here to inspire you to be the change you want to see in the world. Here’s my most popular articles of 2012. I hope they will help you make the most of 2013.
This has been one of the most important lessons this year. Which also explains its popularity. You are good enough to start that new project or live that dream. It’s all about taking those first baby steps.
Mistakes are usually a good thing. We learn from them and move on. But there are a few dumb life mistakes most of us come back to again and again, and it threatens our quality of life.
If you can master rejection, you are on your way to success. It’s not about building a thick skin, but rather about seeing rejection as the ultimate test of growth. It’s how you respond after the rejection that shapes the character of who you are, and more importantly, who you will become.
We have all had bad days. In this post, I provide you with three tips on how to overcome that terrible day so you can make the most of the next.
The Boy Who Lived can teach us a few valuable lessons when it comes to creating remarkable relationships in our lives.
This was one of the most popular articles on my blog this year. A lot of girls get hurt each year by boys and this post provided a safe place, a starting point where their healing can begin.
These slimy creatures can teach us quite a bit about how we can be more productive in our lives. Swallow this tip and your 2013 will be one heck of a productive year.
Life is not all about being productive. Sure, you might be productive, but are you getting the right things done? Make sure to read these ten meaningful books to gain perspective on how you can spend your time more wisely in 2013.
Telling personal stories on a blog is a difficult, yet rewarding, challenge. My mother’s illness has had a profound impact on me as a person. This piece was first published in Elvia Magazine.
November is one of my favourite months in Australia. It’s the start of the summer (I know, as a Swede it’s hard to wrap my head around that), but it’s also the beginning of the Movember campaign where men stop shaving and create awesome mo-jos to raise money for prostate cancer research.
I’ll have lots more for you in 2013. Can’t wait to see you then!
P.S. If you want to kickstart the new year, sign up for my free 10-part class on personal growth.