If the Catholic Church in the Philippines has the 9-day Simbang Gabi, TDY has a 9-day series of little challenges you can do to begin living a truly better life. Today, Day 1, we invite you to Discover.
Any measure of success can never justify evils done to achieve it. All of our thoughts, words, and deeds can and do affect anyone and anything around us. This is why higher purpose should be properly rooted in awareness and service – the entire lesson of this institute.
In this increasingly consumerist world, paring down on your things – and I don’t mean just your possessions, I mean your environment in general – can be seen as strange, though obviously it’s a lifestyle that’s attracting more and more people, most of them young.
As The Daily You celebrates its first anniversary, its Co-Founder and CEO Aloy Chua reflects on unexpected surprises, the kind that can only come from openness.
The CEO’s message celebrating the first anniversary of The Daily You.
On Saturday, 3 December 2016, The Daily You, through inspireD, our department handling motivational speaking and life coaching, will hold our regular offering of “Discovering the Daily Me: A Workshop on Self-Awareness and Finding Your Life Purpose”.
We’ve been mentioning regularly the importance of meditating and reflecting. But how do you meditate in itself? Here we outline five steps to an effective meditation session.
So much philosophy from fitness can be applied in living a purposeful life! Here are four such insights.
Have you experienced being so inspired that you’re pumped up to do your own thing? When you’re living a truly good life, and others can see how it’s changing you and others for the better, they are naturally inspired to follow you.
On Saturday, 5 November 2016, The Daily You will kick off inspireD, our department handling motivational speaking and life coaching, with our first talk-workshop and our first offering of “Discovering the Daily Me: A Workshop on Self-Awareness and Finding Your Life Purpose”.