Action Exercises

1. Determine your three most important values in your personal and family life. What do you believe in and care about the most?

2. Resolve to live in truth with yourself and others, without compromise. In what area of your life are you are not being perfectly honest with another person?

3. "To thine own self be true." Examine the areas of your life where you experience stress, dissatisfaction, or unhappiness and determine if you are compromising one of your values.

4. What kind of a company would your company be if everyone in it was just like you? What could you change immediately to make your company a better place?

5. What would you do and how would you spend your time if you learned today that you had only six months left to live? Your answers to this question will reveal your true values.

6. "People don't change." Since this is one of the laws of life, what changes should you make in your life and relationships, at home and at work, to accommodate this fact.

7. Practice truthfulness in all things. In what areas do you need to accept the world as it is, rather than the way you would like it to be? Be honest with yourself.

The Reality Mindset

The Reality Mindset

Reality is the beginning precept of personal growth. We mainly grow as humans by discovering new realities about ourselves and our world. You'll surely learn some crucial lessons regardless how you live, but you are able to speed up your growth hugely by consciously looking for truth and intentionally rejecting untruth and denial. This book will provide insight to the reality mindset.

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