How Reliable Are You?
“Endangered species: people who mean what they say and then do what they say”, was what a friend of mine posted as his Facebook status a few days ago. In fact, if you think about it, how many times do we do 100% what we say?Sport Psychology: The Schedule for Emotions
Recreational players of individual sports can surely learn a great deal from touring professionals, but many lessons are difficult to see, some are even hidden BETWEEN points. Whether you play tennis, table tennis, handball, racquetball, squash, or badminton, handling and preparing for points methodically is a big advantage. For the pros, between point rituals have evolved toward one most productive routine. This article will detail what is usually going on inside a professionals mind in these silent moments the author refers to as the “Schedule for Emotions”.Lazy You – Procrastinating During the Holidays? It Might Not Be Laziness!
Do you find yourself constantly putting off important tasks? Do you believe you are lazy? Read this article to discover how you can find the root of your procrastination and eliminate it while improving your life overall.How to Kill Obsessive Thought Patterns and Anxiety
Obsessive thoughts, especially negative are dangerous for our growth and not cool for the way we want our life to be. I’ve met many people who’ve been through severe anxiety for years (thanks to calm clinic and other boards), and found a similar pattern in almost all of ’em. Here I’m going to share a technique that can help you get rid of ’em.Succeeding With Personal Growth
When you mention personal growth or self development to someone, depending on that person’s education level, you usually get smirks, and comments that it’s a lot of nonsense. That it’s all about getting money out of the weak minded.3 Principles You Should Use to Help Guide Your Life
The two famous saying by Ralph Waldo Emerson explains how to live your life quite beautifully, these are: “It is not length of life, but depth of life.” & “Whatever course you decide upon, there is always someone to tell you that you are wrong. There are always difficulties arising which tempt you to believe that your critics are right. To map out a course of action and follow it to an end requires courage.”The Sly Guises of Opportunity
I wrote recently that when you tap into your true purpose, when you’re a unified force that’s willing to do whatever it takes to manifest your desire, and when all of that fuels your thoughts, goals and intentions ~ there is nothing that you can’t achieve. Another aspect to that process has to do with opportunity.Sixty Is the New Thirty? Really?
The thing to remember is that gray hair and wrinkles don’t affect thinking ability. In fact with age comes wisdom and experience that actually makes thinking more efficient and the results of that thinking more valuable. Sadly wisdom and experience aren’t really valued in today’s marketplace. Too bad.The Strong Power of Gratitude
If you want to turn your life around, try thankfulness. It will change your life mightily. ~Gerald Good I grew up in a family who constantly reminded us to, “COUNT YOUR BLESSINGS!Midlife Crisis Is a Spiritual Journey and the 3 Questions to Get You Started
Midlife Crisis is a Spiritual Journey we will each go through multiple times in our lives. It actually has nothing to do with the Hollywood Stereotype of men behaving badly in a red sports car. When you are ready to start living more in alignment with your true self, here are three questions that will help get you going.Midlife Crisis Keys – Get Messy, Make Mistakes
Midlife Crisis is about living a life of more joy, passion and fulfillment. One of the keys is giving yourself permission to get a little messy and make some mistakes… just like when you were a kid.De-Cluttering Your World
We are creatures of dreams and imaginations. Those are the things that separates us from other beings. But what do we do with those dreams and imaginations? Most of it just float around our heads – out of focus – they cluttered our life. Find what you want and your heart and mind will take you there.