Self Improvement Tips, How To Get Out of the Box

The self improvement tips this hub will focus on are those that can help individuals "get out of the box". This is one exciting way of embracing life and living it to the fullest. I am sharing five of my favorites at this time for these are the life concepts that have helped me get out of my own box.

Many times we find ourselves missing out on life because we have unknowingly put ourselves in a box by creating boundaries of what we are, who we are and what we can do or are capable of doing. Often we blame the circumstances, the conditions, or the lack of opportunities, the lack of skills and may even blame God for the uneventful or useless or unfortunate life we live.

To help you break out of these self-imposed prison walls here are some life concepts you could try for your self.

Ordinary Miracle-Sarah McLachlan

Self Improvement Tip 1: Do Ordinary Things Extraordinarily Using the Power of Love

Let's face it. The power of love is beyond question. Love is that which moves us, pushes us, drives us, and inspires us to do ordinary things in a special way. Love allows us to go beyond boundaries, conquer all obstacles, cross all bridges, ride the biggest waves and brings us to greater heights. Love is the best motivator of all.

Notice how the simple task of brewing coffee suddenly becomes special when you know you're making it for one still asleep in your bed. Notice too how that freshly brewed coffee smells and tastes soooo good when it comes from one who lovingly woke you up with tender kisses.

And then there are those moments when an otherwise shy person suddenly gets out of his shell to dare sing his partner's favorite song in public to express his love for her even if it meant being ridiculed by strangers or friends. Notice then how the recipient’s eyes glow with delight and pride upon witnessing such display of love hearing not the notes sang out of tune rather hearing only the melody of love.

It is important to note that before you put in all that love for someone else make sure to first give all that love to yourself. Start your daily chores by pausing for awhile and say phrases like "I love myself and accept myself for who I am. I am a good wife and loving mother" etc. Then you may follow it up with statements like "I love making breakfast for my family. I love seeing them off assured they're ready for the day." etc..

Giving yourself the chance to remember why you do your daily activities, allow you to appreciate yourself more and in the process benefit those around you as well.

Using the power of love to do ordinary things is one of the self-improvement tips that could make you start peeking out of the box.

Self Improvement Tip 2: Eat That Frog!

Hubber Ripplemaker threw this line at me once, seeing how I detest doing certain tasks in my daily activities. She still does when I'm at my low points. "Eat That Frog" is a book written by acclaimed speaker and best-selling author Brian Tracy. The book speaks of the elements vital to effective personal time management. It took time for me to learn the art of "eating my frogs". It's an acquired "taste" so to speak. Once you do take a bite at it, the benefits are many. It can be one that keeps you disciplined and feeling good about yourself and life.

The short video clip best summarizes the whole concept. I strongly recommend trying this "menu" for a change and discover how much time you actually have in your hands to experience life to the fullest.

Eat That Frog "diet" is definitely one of the self improvement tips which can help you stand up and get a better view of things out of the box.

Live Now Affirmation Video

Self Improvement Tip 3: Live in the Present Moment Now

Many of us may claim to be living our lives in the present moment but are we really doing so? Let's "step back" a little here. When you refuse to take on an action that may bring you to unfamiliar territory, is it because of an unpleasant experience in the past? Or is it because of what you "think" may happen in the future? If you answer yes to both questions then you may be missing out on living in the present.

Living in the present simply means being aware of how you are responding to different situations in the very moment it is happening. For instance as you are reading this very word, are you savoring its every meaning or is a part of you "thinking ahead" and anxious to know where it is leading, anticipating its next move or entertaining thoughts of how you're going to apply it in your own life or thinking of what you're suppose to be doing instead or even hearing a part of your mind say things like "is this the same concept I heard in Oprah before?" or "Yes this is what I read about before". etc.

If you're suddenly aware of all the thoughts that are coming into your mind while you're reading this sentence then you are more aware of your present condition. Being aware of your thoughts and how your whole being is reacting is living in the present moment. When you become aware of your dominant thoughts it will then be easier to redirect them when necessary.

If you become aware of how you hate your hair for instance, then pause a moment and redirect that thought or energy into a more positive one. You may start doing a gratitude exercise and start appreciating you hair for what it is, how it is and accepting it as part of the beautiful you.

Being present allows you to create a better you and get one leg out of the box NOW which is one power tip on self improvement.

The Giving Tree with author Shel Silverstein Narrating

Self Improvement Tip 4: Give Without Being Attached To Results

The scarcity mind-set often "dictates" our decision on how much we ought to give away and how much we should keep for our selves. And when we do give, we often find ourselves expecting something in return. Often these thoughts become the block to achieving more things in life.

If we look at some of the definitions available on the net it may even be a surprise to find that "Giving" is defined as the "act of disposing of property by voluntary transfer without receiving value in return." If this be so then what have we actually been "giving" all these years?

It's time we truly start giving and let go of something for the benefit of the recipient. After all there is the presence of the Law of Causality which simply means "we reap what we sow". If we give love, then more love will flow into our lives. If we give help, then more help will come into our lives. You get the idea.

Let's simply be reminded that giving is an effortless way of allowing the abundance of life and love to freely flow into our lives. Now follow this self improvement tip and give yourself a present by getting that other leg out of the box.

The Journey

Self Improvement Tip 5: BE The Grandest Version and the Greatest Expression of YOU

Now, it's time to stop wanting to be this and that and start BEING that which you long to be.

You want to be more loving? Be Love. Try it. As love, how will you respond to any given situation? Visualize it. Live it.

You want to have peace of mind? Be Peace. Try it. As peace, how will you decide on certain matters? Visualize it. Live it.

You want to have more freedom? Be Freedom. Try it. As freedom, how will you act in all conditions? Visualize it. Live it.

Onward to acting on this self improvement tip and create the grandest version and the greatest expression of who you are by simply BEING and uncover the beauty and wonder of living out of the box.

Enjoy the loving abundance that exist in all of life:)

Daisy Ba-ad

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VioletSun 7 years ago from Oregon/ Name: Marie

Dayzeebe: This hub is in perfect timing for me. Thank you. I have not been feeling like myself for the past few days- kinda low emotionally and physically.  I attribute it to hormonal fluctuations and its not much fun. I have done what you suggested, (we both share the same ideas with certain things) which is to try to stay in the present and observe myself; its very good to be self aware, and know what I still need to release. I am also learning to not be attached.  As a wise sages often say, its best to not be attached to either the good or the challenges, but to just be in the flow.  (I am paraphrasing here).

Thanks for the good energy.


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ripplemaker 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines

Hi dayzeebee, getting out of the box is a great way to start the new year!  Thank you for sharing these concepts.  We do need constant reminders esp. when we feel low and down.  I congratulate you for "eating your frog" many times.  And hey, I've enjoyed eating some of those frogs with you. It tastes better if eaten with a friend. LOL And of course, I salute you for striving to be the best that you can be. Keep growing and loving... :)  

VioletSun, sending you a comforting hug during times like these.  Will my sunny smile lift you up?  How about a tickle?  Tickle..tickle...heheheh  


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VioletSun 7 years ago from Oregon/ Name: Marie

Ripplemaker: Actually yes, you made me smile. hehe. :) Just finished doing a meditation of sorts, covered myself with healing light and feel betterish (new word, LOL).


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BDazzler 7 years ago from Gulf Coast, USA

As always, Daisy, your writing is profound in it's siimplicity and practicality. We are blessed to have you here.


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ripplemaker 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines

Mighty glad you feel betterish VioletSun LOL I can tickle you anytime you need one...hehehe And you definetely followed Dayzeebee's suggestion: meditation does help you focus on the now. :-) Yay! Loving you both dearly... BDazzler too, welcome to the Out of the Box group.


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dayzeebee 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Hello VioletSun, I'm glad this hub was able to do its part in assisting you at this time. It's great to know we follow the same path to awareness. It's amazing to discover how our thoughts go on autopilot and lead us astray if we don't observe enough. Once we do though, redirecting them becomes a fulfilling experience and the results become evident almost immediately. I'm sure glad Ripplemaker was here to give you a burst of joy. You are always in our prayers. Hugs:)


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dayzeebee 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Ripplemaker, thank you for always being an angel! You always seem to know where to fly and shower joy dust on those who need it the most. My gratitude too for joining me in those "frog meals". They digest better too with you around.LOL. To more growing and loving --hugs:)


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countrywomen 7 years ago from Washington, USA

Dayzeebee- Well I mostly try to follow Stephen Covey's Matrix : http://www.srds.co.uk/cedtraining/handouts/hand09....

I liked that eat that frog video which kind of freaked me out at first(just that thought). I will have to read that book of Brian now. Thanks for such a wonderful hub. Thumbs up for another positive hub.

 


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ripplemaker 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines

You are most welcome dayzeebee...and looking forward to 2009 frog meals and all LOL :-) Blowing some pixie joyful dust your way. Catch!


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dayzeebee 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

BDazzler, thank you for such motivational words! It's always a pleasure to have you around. Praying all is well with you and your loved ones. God bless;)


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dayzeebee 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Hi Countrywomen, funny you should mention Stephen Covey. I use many of his concepts in my training. I was about to include a capsule with the subtitle Get Going on Those 7 Habits but thought it would be better to put it in another hub. It's beautiful to know we follow the same trail in our journey to understanding life and love. Thank you for the thumbs up and the wonderful company. Hugs:)


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foxility 7 years ago

I feel as though I'm always in the box. A bit of a routine I supppose. It's nice to get ideas to improve myself. Thanks for the motivation.


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countrywomen 7 years ago from Washington, USA

You are always welcome. And I am looking forward to that hub about Stephen Covey. (((Hugs Back))) :-)


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Amanda Severn 7 years ago from UK

It's good to think outside the box, especially in these uncertain times! I watched the clip about eating the frog and found it be excellent advice. I read once that procrastination is the thief of time, and I've certainly found that to be so. it's one of my biggest faults, and I need to get to grips with that little amphibean far more often!

Good hub DayZeeBee!


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G-Ma Johnson 7 years ago from NW in the land of the Free

As always enlightening and to the point. I also liked the frog concept and actually do that most of the time...and the Tree is a wonderful story one of my favorites...You are a wise and lovely lady and I Thank you for all your inspiring hubs...G-Ma :o) Hugs & Peace


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franciaonline 7 years ago from Philippines

Dayzeebee, this hub makes me reflect on a lot of things but much more so about how to do things with love. I remember Kahlil Gibran, the poet, he said something about baking bread with love. If we bake bread without love the loaf that comes out is bitter.

I like all the videos that you posted here. Thanks so much.


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Dottie1 7 years ago from MA, USA

As usual Dayzeebee, I love to read your hubs. What better way to start off the New Year than by getting out of the box where life is new and with a better view. I always loved the story of the giving tree and love that definition of giving that you found on the net about disposing of property by voluntary transfer without receiving value in return. That is a whole lot of food for thought! All the videos were fantastic too! Thank you for a beautiful hub.


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Lgali 7 years ago

very nicely said

Giving yourself the chance to remember why you do your daily activities, allow you to appreciate yourself more and in the process benefit those around you as well.


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roastedpinebark 7 years ago from Iowa

I enjoyed how you pointed out that we become attatched to not only the effects of doing things but the challenge. Thank you for some interesting material to think about and apply to life!


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dayzeebee 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Hi Foxility, the fact that you admit you feel being in a box is a very good sign. That act alone gets you peeking out of the box and scanning possibilities. I'm glad this hub has given you a good amount of motivation. I wish you the best in life!:)

Hello Countrywomen, yes I will email you when I've published it. See you around:)


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dayzeebee 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Hi Amanda Severn welcome to the world of exotic dishes!LOL. Eating our daily dose of frogs can do wonders in reducing our worry lines giving us more time to do meditation which in turn induces youthful vigor. Thank you for sharing and your kind compliments. Have a life full of blessings:)

Oh and Ripplemaker I'm catching all your pixie joyful dust with my whole being. Hugs:)


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dayzeebee 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Hugs G-Ma, I'm into hugging a lot too, thanks to you.LOL. Knowing you've been in the frog diet made me smile and learning how you love the Giving Tree makes my spirit jump for joy. I actually thought about you when I was working on that capsule. I learn a lot from how you give so much of yourself and how effortlessly people are drawn into your life to give you back all that love. You are hubpages' Giving Tree. Time to give this tree a big hug:) love you G-ma:)


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dayzeebee 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Hi Franciaonline, thank you for honoring me with your visit. Yes it was from Kahlil Gibran that I first learned of the concept but it was only very much later in life that I truly understood what he meant. Love's power is so great words fail to capture its entirety but actions help express its true essence. Have a blessed life:)


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dayzeebee 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Hugs Dottie (delivered in jovial manner) good morning to you or good evening from your end. Thank you for such endearing words of inspiration. You move me to be a better person. I guess there are many of us who do love the story of the Giving Tree. We use this story in our workshops too together with the Missing Piece Meets Big O. Oh it would be a joy to meet a Giving Tree in person - that's you. Onward to Project Canada! See you then! Love you much:)


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dayzeebee 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Hi Ligali, thanks for dropping by and commenting. May ordinary things be made special with a lot of loving from you. Godbless:)

Hello Roastedpinebark, glad to find your comments here. My best to your "application" of the concepts in your own life. Keep enjoying life and love:)


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Dottie1 7 years ago from MA, USA

Hi dayzeebee....passing my great big jovial hugs back to ya!  Tomorrow I'm going to Eat the Frog, I've got a couple of them sitting in front of me right now!  I'd eat them tonight but I'd probably have night mares.  So I'll save them for breakfast.  I'll let you know how they taste and of course I'm always willing to share! :)


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dayzeebee 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Hi there Dottie, I just left a message in your hub too. Gee it's nice to meet you all over the place. It would be an honor to share the froggy breakfast with you. Have a good rest now for tomorrow those frogs may just be jumping all over you.LOL. Be blessed:)


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Dottie1 7 years ago from MA, USA

Hey Daisy, I'm really glad I just came for a visit. Perhaps I'm avoiding something else. In my hub about obtaining balance, someone left a comment that they were in the habit of skipping lunch and that needed to be corrected. I looked at my clock and it was lunch time for me. I was ignoring the time and sailed off to visit more hubs and did a few more things and then came here. This reminded me I didn't eat frog for breakfast this morning! So I'm going now to eat frog for lunch, really I am...I'm on my way....going, going, GONE!


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Dottie1 7 years ago from MA, USA

Ribbitt.....Ribbitt..


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ripplemaker 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines

It was so nice seeing Charlotte's Web with you and shedding tears as we are just grateful for the miracles wrought by friendship. Dayzeebee, I would like to learn that song "Ordinary Miracle." Teach me...pretty please... :-)


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dayzeebee 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Hi Dottie, Ribbit...ribbit back to you.LOL. You are a dear creature. I hope you had a tasty lunch. I applaud you for your effort. Congratulations! I just love the energy you put in my hubs. Thank you ever so much for the bubbly being that you are. Big hugs to you. Enjoy your hub hopping!LOL.Ribbit....


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dayzeebee 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Hello Ripplemaker, oh I too am very happy we watched it together. It was a good movie to keep the gratitude energy flowing abundantly. Hmmm about the song...OF COURSE! hahahaha. I'll email you the lyrics right away and the mp3 file. I expect you to memorize it by heart by Monday and I can listen to you before rehearsals. Deal? See you then. Big hugs:)


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ripplemaker 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines

Yipee! Thanks...this song? My voice can take on :-) LOL


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dayzeebee 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Hahaha with the way your voice has developed you can take on more difficult songs:) LOL


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Constant Walker 7 years ago from Springfield, Oregon

Dayzee, your preaching to the choir! Or should I say, "qwa"?

I loved this.


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Jennifer Bhala 7 years ago from Upstate New York

Excellent sharing of uplifting information. You really put in a lot of time and effort to bring together all the facets necessary for one to 'get out of the box.' This can be a difficult thing to do. Videos are great. Thanks.


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ripplemaker 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines

Hi constant walker, not the choir, but the musical theater group. LOL

Dayzeebee, you are too kind. :-)


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dayzeebee 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

LOL I never knew there was a "qwa" Constant Walker but I'm glad you sang along and loved it.LOL. But I do recognize that you are one of those who have been living out of the box for sometime now. Be blessed:)


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dayzeebee 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Hi Jennifer, I am grateful for such a display of appreciation. They are like music to my ears. Thank you for your observation and motivation. I'm glad you loved the videos too. Have a beautiful life:)


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dayzeebee 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Hello Ripplemaker, I love it when you come popping in bringing a lot of good energy. Yes your songs and lyrics are on the way. Enjoy it:)


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Madison Parker 7 years ago from California

Dayz,

Your hubs are so up-lifting. You hit it right on when you said, "live in the moment."

Wow, I try so hard to do that and it's not always easy, but when you do, it's amazing. Not to think about what I should be doing right now, or what needs to be done, or how tomorrow is going to suck, but rather to enjoy the moment right now without second-guessing it.

Thanks for the great hub!

Madison


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dayzeebee 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Hi Madison, great to know you're living in the Now and being present in the moment and enjoying the experience. Observing how I responded to various scenarios revealed much of the negativity that surrounded my life then. The experience empowered me to redirect my thoughts and eventually changed my belief system. I pray your healing journey reveal all the love surrounding you each moment. Hugs:)


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SweetiePie 7 years ago from Southern California, USA

I enjoy reading about the love you have for humanity. This is a great hub and I am sure you have some great ideas already "brewing" for this week's hubmob topic, which is about love of course!


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dayzeebee 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Hi SweetiePie, such a sweet thing to say. Thank you for the appreciation. As for the Valentine hubmob....hmm I have different kind of valentine experience which I may use as jumpoff point. Have a blessed week ahead:)


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Shirley Anderson 7 years ago from Ontario, Canada

This is a wonderful hub, Daisy. You always share such wise and loving tips! I liked the videos, too, still listening to one as I type this. My favourite is the last one from ConsciousOne.

Staying in the present....I need more practise because I go to one extreme or the other. Either I get so into what I'm doing that a house could fall on me and I wouldn't notice, or I'm so scattered that I can't concentrate at all. Hmmm, I think maybe Dottie's hub on balance is one I should re-read. :)

Loved your article, am looking forward to your Valentine's hub!

Love & Hugs, Shirley.


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dayzeebee 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Hahaha how come I knew the last video would appeal to you best, Shirley? Yes, achieving balance is good and I too do things to achieve it. But still it's perfectly fine to be imperfect.LOL. Great to find you up and about even in the wee hours of the morning. Do have a good rest. Just published my valentine hub and I hope to see you there too. Hugs:)


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earnestshub 7 years ago from Melbourne Australia

This hub says all the real things about love. Thank you for a warm and generous view of the human potential, it warmed me.


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dayzeebee 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Hi Earnesthub, it's nice to see you here as well. Your sharing warms my heart too for it shows the depth of your appreciation for human potential. God be with you always.:)


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C.S.Alexis 7 years ago from NW Indiana

This kind of encouragement can do nothing but make the world a better place to live. It all starts with our individuality and this hub is just what we need to make ourselves better people. There is always room for improvements in all of us. Thank for sharing!


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dayzeebee 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Hi C.S. Alexis, coming from an artist as passionate as you are, that means a lot. Your open spirit allows you to move beyond limitations. I believe this is the key to the passion you display in your woodburning art and fishing. You not simply share your knowledge about them, you also teach lessons in life along the way. Thank you for gracing this hub and your kind words. Godbless:)


Paula Andrea,MA 7 years ago

Beautifully expressed with heart felt passion! These words penetrate and inspire, bringing with them a'get in the present' truth that is timeless. Thanks for the uplifting FEEL GOOD message that is pertinent and relevant to all.

Cosmically,

Paula Andrea


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dayzeebee 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Hi Paula Andrea, It's great to find people who resonate with this hub. I'm glad you found your way here and shared with us your precious thoughts. May you continue to draw into your life all that you so desire. Light and love to you:)


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Tiffany Latte 7 years ago from USA

This site is motivational.


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dayzeebee 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Hello Tiffany, I'm glad you find it to be so. Be blessed:)


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spirituality 7 years ago from The Netherlands

Yes, reimagining ourselves (aka getting out of the box) is certainly an important (though difficult) part of self development.


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dayzeebee 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

I agree. It's never easy to change habits overnight but when we are able to do so then it is a magical experience. Be blessed:)


notorious_HAI 7 years ago

I shared your hub as I think everyone in the world should read it and take notes.


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dayzeebee 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Hello Notorious_HAI, it is an honor that you would believe this hub to be worthy of sharing. I am humbled. I appreciate such a generous gesture. May the abundance of love and light flow unto your life easily. Blessings:)


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ripplemaker 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines

I just had to come back to re read this article. During times of challenges, it does pay to get out of the box to creatively respond to situations. Thanks for the inspiration! :D


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dayzeebee 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Hi Ripplemaker, Gee i didn't notice your visit back in this hub. Sorry...heheh goes to show how busy I've been the past weeks. Thanks for dropping by again. Always happy to see you:)


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bingskee 7 years ago from Quezon City, Philippines

very inspiring. we are sometimes deluded by the concerns in life and overwhelmed of the challenges we have to face. because of this, we tend to feel that everything melts away within, lost in the rush of fears and doubts created by these many things. eventually, we loose confidence.

thank you for this hub. it can help one re-invent himself.


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dayzeebee 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Hi Bingskee, wow beautifully said. Thank you for sharing your thoughts. I'm sure many learn from your wisdom as well. God bless:)


reeltaulk 7 years ago

I think the first thing that one needs do is find out who they are, and then from there you can break yourself out of any mode you have programmed or unintentionally have fitted yourself into


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dayzeebee 7 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Hello Reeltaulk, yes self-awareness can open more doors to endless possibilities in your life. Thank you for your valuable contribution. Blessings:)


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ripplemaker 6 years ago from Cebu, Philippines

I came back here today and spent time watching the videos you posted and re-read the words you've written. So much wisdom found here that one can read over and over again. I've been applying a lot of these principles and am grateful how it has changed my life in so many positive ways. Blessings to you! :)


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dayzeebee 6 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Hello Ripplemaker, gee i'm sorry i missed out on seeing your comment. I'm glad you've been able to apply a lot of things from this hub. It shows well in the manner you respond to varied situations these days. Hugs:)


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dayzeebee 6 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Yossicohen thanks for the link. Blessings:)


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AndersVilhelm 6 years ago

I am enjoying your Hub as it shows possibilies of Self Improvement. I am more interested in Self-Miracle as a subject for now - ANders J


scheng1 6 years ago

I love the expression to eat the frog. Actually frog meat is one of the popular Chinese dishes. The supermarkets here sell skinned frog meat. It's remarkably that skinned frog look so much like us.


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dayzeebee 6 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Hello AndersVilhelm, thank you for sharing your thoughts. hmmm yes self-miracle seems to be an interesting topic. Looking forward to know you more through hubpages. Blessings:)

Hi Scheng1, hahaha yes quite an expression and dish -- the frog. Still am not sure though if I would have the stomach to try it out. Thanks for commenting:)


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couponalbum 6 years ago from Sunnyvale, CA

Nice hub....


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dayzeebee 6 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Thanks couponalbum. Blessings:)


annonymous 6 years ago

God, "The giving tree" video made me cry.


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dayzeebee 6 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Hello there, yes it does touch a core.Blessings:)


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dayzeebee 4 years ago from Cebu, Philippines Author

Hi Life Coach, thank you for your insights. Blessings:)

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