5 Reasons to Practice SELF-CARE Daily
Mo Khan June 2014
self care
One of the most profound articles I have ever come across is entitled: “Top five regrets of the dying.” Now I know this topic may be somewhat of a downer, but it can also be an incredible source of inspiration depending on how you deal with its sobering reality and make important changes to your life. 

I share the lessons of this article with you, alongside 5 Joys of the Living which are based on SELFCARE principles so it is balanced with some optimism as well.



Defining Peak Experience
Mo Khan May 2014
self care
It is the age of empowerment for any individual that seeks it with sincere devotion towards personal, environmental or social improvement. Never before have the opportunities, knowledge, communications or intelligence been made more available to anyone willing to take a chance at making themselves or the world a better place. The hard work, personal sacrifices and risks are also better understood now than ever before. But why do it?
5 Rules for High Self-Esteem
Mo Khan May 2014
self care
A high degree of self esteem has to do with how a person feels about themselves. These feelings are anything but pride. Feeling positive and strong about ones sense of self worth means that a person needs little validation from anywhere outside of themselves. Feedback from those who are objective in their opinion is not the same thing as seeking validation, and is a necessary part of personal development. However, the need for constant reassurance or validation from external sources such as those provided by emotional junk food gurus only make things worse, so be aware that looking for a sense of self esteem outside of ones own frame of reference is itself another indication of the persistence of the problem and an approach that will only perpetuate the issue. So what to do?
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