Some people play Candy Crush, others surf Wikipedia, I watched Youtube like it was my job AT my job.
It's real easy to cross the line from being a helper to an enabler. Let's walk through how that can transpire and what to do if it does.
We're so concerned with what people think. It may be better than we perceive...or worse if you suck.
It's that time of the year where we all try to be on our best behavior and "make it" through the holidays; all of us but one....
The cringe is just awful when you've just been witness to another lame and gut wrenching attempt of humor. But why do they subject themselves to such humiliation?
They're everywhere and sometimes we just can't avoid them, like taking medicine that tastes like rotten eggs. But who among is unlucky to be this stinky?
"Hey, what are you going to be this year? "Dude, I'm going to be Ironman" "Wow, that's totally original and never been done before."
Whether you're one of them or not, is it really that funny when someone starts a positive habit that you don't partake in?
Ask people if they like horror movies and you're likely to get either a hard yes or hard do. It's not a genre that seems to have much of an on the fence group. So how come fanatics can't get enough?
Do you get pushed over when adults still act like bratty children? If so, what can you do to combat these snobs?
No one ever "made it" without grinding every day. It's easy to speak of grinding leading to the big picture, but how do you get through it day to day?