Are your possessions possessing you? Take the test.
Hello! Seiiti Arata. There comes a time that we have accumulated so many things, that our possessions can actually possess us. Today, we see that there is a path that is becoming increasingly popular: and that is to prioritize experiences rather than possessions.
Hello! Seiiti Arata. Our work is most rewarding when we feel that we are contributing to something bigger. Something that has a positive impact around us. When our work brings benefits to society in general, we feel good and we are happier.
Hello! Seiiti Arata. Here’s the bad news: no matter where you go or what you do in life, you’re going encounter people who get on your nerves and turn YOU into some sort of angry monster.
Dealing with difficult people – the survival kit
Our dealings with these people tend to be some of the most infuriating and memorable experiences, and that is why this video is important. The good news is that you can learn better ways to deal with difficult people. Read More
Hello! Seiiti Arata. The workplace is the source of much of our daily stress, because it is the place that we spend most of our time. Often it is filled with hostile people and time limits that make everyone a little short-tempered.
Hello! Seiiti Arata. Stress is a large part of all of our lives, but it affects us all differently.
Stress makes us more likely to make mistakes, and it can also have a dramatic impact on health, causing hormonal imbalances that lead to obesity and compulsive eating disorders, heart problems, bad sleep and grinding our teeth. Stress can make it difficult to control our emotions, bring out disease, affect our love lives.
Yet, some people find it easier than others to let the stress roll off their shoulders at the end of the day. How do they do that? Is it possible to design a different lifestyle with less stress so we can have a better life?
If you are interested, this video is for you, because stress is something we can all take control of. For that purpose, we will create routines for morning, day and evening.
Three routines to reduce your stress
With these three routines we can always keep ourselves in shape and manage stress better: Read More
Hello! Seiiti Arata. Life is full of happy and sad moments. Of celebrations and disappointments. So it is normal to celebrate when we are happy and to feel the urge to start complaining when we are disappointed.
But looking at the matter rationally, complaining is an inefficient strategy. Complaining brings very little benefit for the time we spend on it.
How to stop complaining
Think about this with me: we have a limited amount of time. So, we want to make the best use of our time. This brings us to a question: what are the consequences we can expect from complaining?