There are still spots in the U.S. that want people to move and live there. Years ago, Las Vegas worked hard to entice professionals and families to make the valley city their home. Today, there are a select few metro areas and whole states that are offering incentives for people to come and make a new life. Here are just a few.
Follow These Six Words To Success
No one wants to stay in a job where you can’t control how much money you make, what hours you keep or where job security is uncertain. We want to have a handle on our own destiny, and the best way to do that is usually to start your own business.
These words, this formula, go way back, all the way back to 1953 from a book by Marvin Small called “How To Attain Financial Security And Self-Confidence.” READ MORE
The seeds of doubt are planted early in life—in the years of greatest vulnerability. Unless you were extraordinarily fortunate, much of your early education was grounded in fear and intimidation. These kinds of experiences structure a defense against the world. You may have come to doubt yourself after having been pitted against awesome forces—teachers, parents, insensitive peers and the presence of law enforcement in your community. These forces often act to make the individual feel quite small and inadequate.
Self-confidence, on the other hand, is born out of self-esteem. Some people are wise enough to overlook, sidestep, reject or transcend earlier life experiences detrimental to positive self-regard and, in time, come to a realistic understanding and balance appreciation of themselves.
When we are unhappy, our sadness is often sustained by repeated, intrusive thoughts. These push themselves into consciousness and preoccupy or even dominate the mind, leaving little opportunity for the experience of happier thoughts. There are several categories of such automatic thoughts.
Low self-esteem thoughts express an unjustified lack of self-confidence. Examples are: “I cannot do it.’’ or “I’m going to be a failure in life.”