If you believe you can't change, you're right. If you believe you can change, you're right. So, when facing change, what you believe is significant. Mindset.
We love to feel control. We want to have things go a certain way. Life tends to play messy. How we face the change makes all the difference in the world. Choice. Knowing what choices. Making the best choices. All while facing changes.
When comparing can be disastrous, I learned from supermoms how to make it a good thing. Stay focused on your goals and use the success of others as proof that you too can succeeed
Some have to be totally right, at all cost. Others play to win. There is a difference between winning while right and just winning as a team. Check the various ways one can win, even if not right.
Confidence makes all the difference in the world. When you get to a key level of confidence, things tend to pivot and change for the better. What state is your confidence? Can you pivot and get it stronger? Find out in this post
Many people play very small in their lives. They're afraid to look arrogant or offend someone for being great themselves. It's time we stop apologizing for the space we occupy. Stop being sorry for being good, hot, sexy, smart, confident, etc. You're one of a kind. Be the best you that you can be. Period. Even in humility.
Five lessons I managed to see when a big time blogger liked a few of my posts. I'm learning to embrace my writing and letting it grow at it's own pace. Thanks to fans, readers, and followers who encourage... my five lessons will keep me moving forward. Happy Motivational Monday!
Between moments of changing diapers, quieting a crying baby, this career man learns a thing or two from his daddy daycare duties Life is all about constant state of change and adjustments
While New Year's Resolutions are amazing, they're not working for me very good. My best resolution to date is to not make any. Been great for years now. But, how do I account for improvements and dream chasing if I kissed resolutions goodbye? There are alternatives and I'm sharing one of them now... enjoy the full read. Hope it inspires someone to work on their Resolutions a bit better this year.
There's a weird sound. No idea what it is. It's late at night and you're all alone. Is that sound an intruder, a cat outside, or a moment of imagination gone wild? Fight or Flight nerves kick in. But, what if that sound was your mate coming home instead of an intruder Would the Fight or Flight System still have you revved up in nerves? Read on to check out the role of the brain in all of this... in a non-scientific way.