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ZenboLife is a life planning & personal productivity tool. It is a holistic application to help store all your contacts, tasks and notes as well as guide you through the process of planning your life. It is designed to cover all areas of your life to be your all in one source.

Mind

  • Our world is the external projection of our thoughts; I am hungry becomes you eating.  I am scared of you hiding under the bed; I will ace that interview becomes you preparing to ace that interview.  Thoughts are the basic unit of anything we do; they come first before any action.  If we understand our thoughts, we can ideally change our lives forever.

    What kinds of thought?

    On a typical day, several thoughts cross our minds.  From thinking about feeding the cat to thinking about the work that awaits us in the office to how we will strangle our best friend for leaving us with that girl, she set us up with.

  • James and Peter are young men in their early twenties.  James is tall and lanky.  He also has a face that is not very remarkable.  Peter is of average height, but he is also quite unremarkable asides from an unruly mess of red hair on his head.  What makes these young men worthy of being written about has nothing to do with looks but has everything to do with the way they approach life.  They are both brilliant college students who are preparing to enter the real world.

  • The knowledge of doing good or bad is hinged on a system that is seated somewhere within us.  When we do something not quite praiseworthy, we end up having questions in our heart- more like an inner critic (judge).  This system in our souls was created by God to help check every act of ours.  It raises alarms when we act unbecomingly.  This internal system within us is the CONSCIENCE.

    What it actually means

  • We usually heard about the philosophy of life.  We also strive to know what the world is and why it has been created and what is our purpose in this life.  We perceive the world with our senses and then make a belief about it.  The use of our mind in thinking about this world is called our worldview.  The following categories of beliefs are found in it.

    Epistemological

  • What is patience?

    The word patience itself is derived from the word “Pati,” which means to endure or to suffer.  Patience is the control over your emotions and feelings under conditions such as anxiety, excitement, and grief.  When anyone talks of patience, it seems to be a small deal, but it is much harder to practice then said.  In our daily life, the life full of changes and difficulties patience becomes something significant.  We quickly expect people around us to be patient but generally do not practice being one when it comes to us.

    Why are we having this problem?  The problem of being "impatient."

    Lifestyle

  • Have you ever thought about training your mind and gaining what you want?  Do you feel you need to have more control over whatever you need in life?  You can attract all that you need in your life by mastering the art of visualization.  This is one of the daily tools to use and turning your dreams into reality.

    What is it and why people use it?

    Visualization is a method to prepare your brain for functioning in a certain way.  As we have an idea that our brain does what think if we think positive, our brain draws us to behave accordingly.

    Using this method is effective for several reasons:

    Courage

    Positivity

    Creativity

    Energy

    Purpose

    Goals

    Habits

    Attainment of something

    Getting love

  • Automatic negative thoughts do come in our mind without any reason.  Our experiences make us fall in the same pit repeatedly.  There is no doubt that our mind continues to think frequently and the thoughts unconsciously make us uncomfortable from time to time in similar situations due to our experiences.

    What is a rut?

    This simply means being stuck in a situation.There is a feeling of fear and failure that hold us back from moving forward, facing situations and overcoming the issues.This is similar to your cycle being stuck in a muddy hole.

    How to find when you are in a state of a rut?

  • Thinking about the past can be very helpful since it can help you to prevent a repeat of problems you once created or help you to solve other issues faster in the future.  Thinking about the future can also be very helpful as it can help you to plan adequately for a problem you might encounter.  Thinking about the past and the future can, however, be very bad when taken or done in excess.  Doing either of the two in excess is called overthinking.

    Overthinking is thinking about something for too much for too long.  It usually has to do with thoughts about things that have happened and what you could have done to prevent it or what will happen and how you will deal it or handle it; only you never actually do anything physically.

  • Mental toughness is used to refer to a set of positive attributes that helps a person to cope with stressful or difficult situations.  Most of the time, when mental toughness is spoken about, it is used to describe top athletes or some other very high performer, and a series of actions are prescribed to be carried out so you too can become mentally tough.

    Well, the truth is that most people are already mentally tough.

    At its core, mental toughness is all about having an effective method to deal with stress!  Most of the high performers can deal with stress and still reach their goals.  The average Joe on the street is also able to do this.

  • You have landed a new office job and want to prove your work ethic.  It means going in early and staying late, working for hours and hours while dealing with high stress. Sometimes even working on weekends.  Along with it, you always worry about your performance and future in the job. In time, you realize you have been neglecting your health. You lack energy and have zero desire to do anything. You have begun to show signs of Burnout.

    What is Burnout?

    Herbert Freudenberg first introduced this particular term “Burnout” in 1974 in his book - The High Cost of High Achievement.  It is defined as "the lack of motivation, especially where one's devotion to work or relationship fails to produce desired results."