Do you often get that wonderful, exciting feeling of overwhelming inspiration? Do you often find yourself in different situations where this happens? Does this feeling occur to you naturally on a day-to-day basis?
Well, then you won’t need this book. I am truly very happy for you and wish you continued, eternal inspiration (you mythical creature)!
However, if you are not one of these few, unworldly people out there, this is the book for you!
100 fun, creative and easy-to-do ideas combined with inspirational quotes from – you guessed it! – inspirational people will lead you where you need to be in order to get your inspiration back on track.
Since the book is written by behaviorist and photographer Charlotte Lundqvist it does not only contain 100 inspirational ideas, it is also filled with photographs, thought-worthy quotes and some psychological aspects.
There are ideas for those wanting more adventure in their lives as well as for those who prefer to keep it simple.
How to Find Inspiration is available through the link below:
“The meaning of this book is to be your friend, to make you laugh, to make you think and to make you live your life a little bit happier. To be able to write it, I had to live it. To urge you to try the ideas, I had to try them first – and make sure they just weren’t some abstract thoughts. By using my psychological knowledge and insights, my sense of adventure and my days of boredom – and how to get out of that dissatisfactory state of mind – I could put together this book of 100 ideas to find inspiration.
It’s basically a collection where I share my experiences as a friend, urging you to go beyond your own ways of thinking and exploring new ideas to live your life to feel more inspired. The book is focused on the positive aspects and possibilities of life and should leave you with a feeling of hopefulness.
I wish you the best on your journey to newfound inspiration and hope it will keep you company in your daily lives, adventures and travels!”
– Charlotte Lundqvist, the author
“Search no more, this book is it! When inspiration feels distant and hard to find, the writer kindly invites You to a smorgosbord with 100 ways to
find a real treasure of inspiration at the end of the rainbow. All of them very practical and hands-on. Proven to work by the writer herself.
A nonwhimsical book, but still a joy to read and explore. The writer is very personal and her positive attitude is charming and captivating.
She promises that inspiration always will be there for You. And I believe her. In 100 ways!” – Jan S
“I loved it. I read it on my way to work and it always gave me new energy. Will definitely go back to it and read it again!” – Anna
More reviews can be found here!
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All of us know how important motivation is to get things done. We need to feel motivated to complete certain tasks we might otherwise put on hold. We might push uninspiring work-related tasks until last minute and when we do it, it is because we could lose our jobs otherwise.
Sometimes motivation seems to be too far away to reach, other times we are so motivated that we even end up in a so-called flow. Flow happens when we do things effortlessly and without realizing how long time we have spent immersed in it. We simply lose track of time.
When it comes to motivation, it is important to remember that it is not always so easy to motivate ourselves (or others) and the things that are easy to do in practice isn’t necessarily the most effective way.
Most of us have probably at some point (or many) been hurt by someone by their actions or words. Maybe you were betrayed by a partner, maybe a family member did something hurtful or perhaps you were subjected to verbal abuse. Anger or resentment from these experiences are normal, maybe you even thought about how to get your revenge. I know I have. The bitterness or thoughts of vengeance are, however, not helpful.
What are your thoughts on your body? Is the first thing that comes to mind that you like it? Or even love your body?
A poor body image can affect someone in many ways, like work performances, in relationships and even in your overall life. Many times people have specific parts of their bodies that they don’t like, it can be something “small”, like their lips or nose. Or it can be the legs, arms or tummy.
Anyway, the point is not to talk too much about the bad side of this subject. I want to give you ideas on how to get a better body image.
Here are my ideas to feel better about your body:
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How to Find Inspiration is available here!