What's the purpose of reading? If not to develop new mindsets and evolve into a stronger self.
As you mindlessly turn from page to page, are you even learning?
When you think about what you read, and apply new principles into your real life, that's active learning. That's what the Positive Library Reading Tracker is for.
The Positive Library Reading Tracker is designed not to just improve your life on a daily basis, but to also let you reflect on those improvements and track your progress over time. Best of all, it's completly free for you.
You've had several mentors throughout your life. They've all been different, yet the same. You've also been a mentor yourself.
As a mentee, you follow, assist, and in some ways, admire your mentor. You predict and learn your mentor in order to be of best help. Along the way you learn many invaluable lessons.
“Mentorship is simply learning from the mistakes and mastery of a successful person in his/her field.” - Bernard Kelvin Clive
As a mentee, you get to filter out the bad and soak in all the good.
“Just about ANY personality trait or skill can be learned: simply find it in someone you know and copy it. Then watch what happens.” - Steve Goodier
As a mentor, on the other hand, you get to see a younger reflection of yourself. Someone who's learning and walking the path you've walked a million times before.
You become courageous once again in order to create a positive influence on someone else.
As you teach, you rediscover all that you've learned along the way.
Sometimes you feel stuck, caged in, unable to go out and explore. As if your life is going in circles; you repeat the same routine over and over, and end up back where you started.
You can't wait for time to go by, for the boring moment to end. Not realizing that your time on earth is limited, and you're trying to rush it.
You can entertain yourself. By changing the way you think, how you behave, and what you do. You can turn the most boring activities into pure happiness.
I'm going to sleep. I'm going to sleep because I've been working too much. I don't feel like writing a blog post today. Maybe I'll do it tomorrow. I don't even have time to come up with a title for today's post, so I left it as it's default.
It's 10:57pm and I've been laying on the floor for the past few minutes trying to come up with an idea to write about, but nothing. Sleep is important. I'm going to sleep.
But before I do, here's some quick conclusions from research on sleep: