How often do you catch yourself in a spiral of negative thoughts?
So how often are those thoughts going without you even being aware?
I don’t know about you, but my mind can switch rapidly from positive inspiring thoughts into uninspiring and negative ones.
Today is part 2, and so I’m going to discuss what to do with the remaining 20% of awareness to get a more unbiased and accurate perspective.
You’re going to be able to shift your mindset toward a little more truth, more positivity, belief in yourself and one of happiness and success.
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In some area of your life, you are leading the way whether you're a parent, partner, coach, manager or yourself.
Leaders therefore are the ones that see opportunity for change before anyone else. We are the visionary, and we have the passion to help others see the new way.
Yet being a leader is often a thankless process isn’t it. The people we are aiming to guide are often a few steps back on the process of change. And change is uncomfortable, and we all resist it in some form or another.
This is why the path of a leader so very lonely. When we try and pull people to us, we are the ones creating resistance.
No matter how great or innovative our ideas are, it’s not the real driver to transformation.
We can be thinking about change for a long time, preparing etc… and then set the date in the calendar. But the reality is that you’re much further round the cycle than the rest of the people you’re with.
Understanding where people are in the cycle of change...
Over the past couple of years, there’s been a real recognition that you can’t do anything well if you don’t take care of yourself first.
So, why do people still talk about self care and selfish as if they go hand in hand? Is self care selfish?
The idea might be tied to the guilt people tend to attach to caring for themselves first. Those who look to care for themselves first to help those close to them later are often labeled as selfish, with almost everyone forgetting that to do the latter, you always have to excel at the first.
Let’s dive deeper into the concept of self care and selfishness, to figure out the truth once and for all.
Do you ever feel like you’re being selfish when you are doing something for yourself?
It might sound too good to be true, but there are so many tools available that can help us discover a deeper appreciation for our lives and the unique things that make us, us.
In our busy age of “Do more and be more,”...
Whether you are a sports fan or not, you cannot deny the gravitas of Mike Tyson’s quote, “Everyone has a plan until they get punched in the face!”
All of us can think of at least 5 instances in our life where this metaphor rang true in our personal or professional lives.
What we need is a routine that will get us back on track when the daily chaos (inevitably) hits.
And as our behaviours are directed by our thoughts, today I am going to teach you 6 profound mindset shifts to help you when you’re having a bad day!
Do you actively try and work out why you aren’t where you want to be?
The only reason we are not where we want to be in life is because we are the ones holding ourselves back.
That could be due to a few reasons: Fear of change, fear of failure, fear of what others will think.
If you think about it, we are mirrors for each other, so if you change it inadvertently makes people in your life question themselves.
So many of us end up choosing careers, partners, livelihoods and our passion based on what we think others will think of us. Will we fit in?
Yet there is another layer to this — we trap ourselves in our identities of who we think we are — we stay labelled to our profession, our partners, our hobbies even if they are detrimental to our health and happiness.
There are so many ways in which we allow our identities and other people’s perceptions to make our choices, and you can end up spending a lot of time in your life playing a role that isn’t...
What does it take to be successful in life?
Does it take an enormous amount of talent? Privilege? Or luck?
Certainly those elements play a role in success, no doubt about it. But if you look at truly successful people, or look at any success you’ve had in your life, can you really attribute it primarily to those three things: luck, talent, or privilege?
Or is there something else – something simpler – to achieving the success that you want in your career, business, or life in general?
Today I'm going to discuss 3 strategies to make lasting progress.
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What does it mean when people ask if you’re living your full potential?
Would you say you’re living yours right now?
What about in the past?
Certainly there have been times in your life that you’ve had success, stood out for your talents and gifts or have felt an ease through life. But why does it seem so fleeting?
Those moments are gone before you know it, and what’s left is the inner doubt and self criticism.
What if you could learn to get into those states more often, which would give you the momentum to keep levelling up across all areas of your life?
Today I’m going to talk about exactly that - reaching and harnessing your full potential.
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We will all experience grief at some point in our lives.
Whether that’s due to losing a job, a relationship or the ultimate grief in losing someone you love.
Even this crazy year of 2020, we have experienced grief on a collective level. The lives we knew has been lost and replaced with uncertainty and restriction.
My own stories of grief are around losing my parents. The most painful times of my life, yet I have also received some of the most transformational lessons.
Grief is an exceptionally individual journey, and one that needs to be navigated in your own time.
It can’t be rushed.
And I also believe there is strength in hearing how others navigate it. That’s what I’m going to share with you today, the 5 lessons I’ve learned from grief.
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Stephen Jenkinson - What is Grief: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZJYyy...
It’s not about if you’ll suffer anxiety, but more about when you’ll go through it on some level or another.
It could be in situations where you expect, such as before a job interview or on your wedding day or taking the step to work for yourself.
Or it could be on a chronic level… fear of what people think of you, anxiety of going into work everyday or fear during this period we are all in right now during 2020. If this sounds like you then this video is going to give you a road map to follow.
I’m going to teach you 3 strategies to help you ease and get control back from the anxiety you experience.
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