Just fuckin’ kill me, yeah?
Just fuckin’ kill me, yeah?
Wallpaper. Remember, your attitude and the effort you put into life is what will drive you to be successful and happy ☺️💕
Believe what you want to believe, but try not to cast judgement before you experience it first hand.
~ Britain (5) ~
by Aleksandra Modrzejewska
Oliver Stummvoll for British GQ
~ Austria (6) ~
by Cameron McNee
Have a fantastic weekend y’all! #WeekendVibes #PositiveVibesOnly #Mindset #Attitude #Purpose (at Bakersfield, California)
It’s true. Don’t hate on yourself for anything that’s out of your control.
Today, Titmice and Chickadees had the majority of photos on my cameras. It was a lot of fun hearing them squeal and squeak with excitement when they discovered a feeder. And they sound so similar too! I am ready to get showered in Titter and Chickie goodness all fall and winter.
The two most destructive feelings that one can feel, and major causes of anxiety. They’re made all the worse by the fact that their not provable or disprovable, but evidence for both is everywhere.
Worthlessness is a feeling that drains you of yourself, because you don’t feel like you’re as good as you ought to be. Notice how this is not based on how others value you. Learning how to become comfortable in your own skin will bring you self worth.
Embarrassment is both easier and harder to be rid of. It feels like a shrink ray that makes you so small that the whole world can see you. That said, this too is only something we do to ourselves. Whenever you feel embarrassed, take a moment to ask yourself “Does it really matter if this happened only one time? If this is me, would it really be that bad?” Sometimes, those questions won’t help because those are the questions I use. Finding ways to talk to yourself in an understanding way and change your own perspective will help you with embarrassment.
The realest thing! Don’t do it
New research by Jobvite suggests uncertainty, unemployment, and financial challenges will drive profound changes in the employer-candidate relationship. Unlike previous editions, the 2020 Job Seeker Nation Report draws from two survey sets: one in February 2020 consisting of 1,514 employed adults and job seekers in the U.S., and one in April 2020 after the unprecedented disruption caused by COVID-19, consisting of 1,515 job seekers.
The resulting comparative data revealed, unsurprisingly, that stress levels at work have increased significantly and that job market perceptions have changed rapidly.
Forty-seven percent of workers are now afraid of losing a job at some point in 2020, compared to 28% who shared that concern in February. In addition, nearly half of surveyed workers (46%) now plan to have a second source of income outside of their regular 9-to-5 jobs. And perhaps most worryingly, 19% of workers or members of their immediate families have gone without food for 24 hours due to a lack of money. “Today’s recruiting environment has never been more challenging,” said Jeffrey K. Rohrs, CMO of Jobvite. “Some industries are hiring more than ever, while others are furloughing and laying off employees. As recruiters prepare to face more demanding hiring pressures, they must be armed with the right knowledge, solutions, and compassionate insights to provide a profoundly personal recruiting and hiring experience.”
Job market perception 73% of respondents believe finding a job this year is harder, compared to 48% who felt this way just two months ago 48% of women think it is now “much harder” to find a job, compared to 21% in February Stress levels One-third (33%) of workers report a somewhat increased stress level at work while nearly one-quarter (22%) report a drastically increased stress level 62% of workers with children at home report that their stress levels have at least somewhat increased over the last 60 days Company culture still drives competitive advantage 81% of workers think company culture is important in their decision to apply for a job 38% of respondents said they would preemptively reject potential employers due to publicly available review
Romans 12:21 (NASB)
Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good.
❌Do not give up on your dreams.
☑️Enjoy the race, regardless of age.
🔹Learn to finish, even against odds.
💯Inspire others with your actions, not just words.
⭐And remember, winning is an attitude.
❗This man was born in 1917, running a race at age 102.👏
#hangerz #dreams #nevergiveup #win #attitude #race #finish #actions #inspire #inspiration #motivation #networkmarketing #directselling #network #networth #money #mindset #mentality #mentor #biosash #age #struggles #hangerz_official
Is a very hard thing to do, and we all know it. Some people know it so well that the mere mention of it makes them distrust themselves.
That said, like all things about ourselves, it’s a skill and it takes practice.
Start small and trust yourself to make a good decision of where to go for lunch, to meet someone new, to try something and fail. In the case that it doesn’t go how you want, realise that it’s all going to get better as you forgive yourself and learn from failure.
Fuck You Coronavirus