The Daily Thoughts Blog is a new series where I share my daily thoughts about life. Enjoy :)
How can we best spend our time on earth?
This doesn’t mean we have to be sitting in our room reading a book 24/7. We can learn about other people and their thoughts or feelings when we have a conversation. We can learn about the world around us and make observations. We can also learn about ourselves at any given moment.
If you’re intentional...
Do you ever feel emotionally, physically or mentally drained going throughout your day?
Do you feel stressed or overwhelmed?
Maybe a lack of joy and enthusiasm for life itself...
Even if you don’t, these 3 tips will help you feel more alive throughout your day!
It's easy to get caught up in life where we're just going through the motions. As a result, we tend to lose focus on what's really important to us and what truly drives our energy.
If you implement these 3 strategies into your...
If self-confidence leads to a happier and more fulfilling life, wouldn’t you want to have more confidence?
Which is why I spent so many years learning, growing and achieving a high level of self-confidence for myself, so I can teach others how to master their inner game too.
No, this doesn’t mean I think I’m perfect with no self-doubts or insecurities, but one of the most important lessons I learned from my coaches, teachers and mentors was this…
According to Carol Dweck, author of Mindset: The New Psychology of Success, there are two different types of goals.
Performance goals are goals in which a person strives to obtain competence in a task either to gain favorable judgments or to avoid negative judgments from other people.
Learning goals on the other hand, are goals in which a person strives to gain competence in a given activity to understand something new or to increase their skills or understanding in this area.
According to research, there are two factors that help people achieve their goals and the behavior change they desire, which are incentives and accountability.
A recent study on accountability was done by the Association for Talent Development and what they found was, people have these following probabilities of completing a goal by taking these actions:
There's a reason why most people give up on their New Year's resolutions.
It's because they're big on dreams, but little on action (and as an introverted visionary, I'm speaking from experience! Although I never give up.)
Just like most things in life, you shouldn't decide to undertake major life changes on a whim.
If you're TRULY SERIOUS about setting yourself up with a lasting New Year's resolution, treat it like any other major life goal.
State your intentions.
Plan out your actions....
New Year's Day is a great time to implement change and personal growth by setting goals that you want to achieve throughout the upcoming year.
Some resolutions are well worth setting because they can contribute greatly towards creating the life you desire!
These goals are worth it if they're attainable without any unrealistic expectations.
There are certain areas in our life we need to focus on more than others.
Have you been putting off your health?
Have you been ignoring your finances?...
If you're like most of us, you rarely keep your New Year's resolutions. Especially during 2020 (although this year doesn't really count - right?!)
So besides 2020 ;) perhaps you have trouble with them because you make resolutions that are too ambitious. Or maybe you give up because immediate progress is hard to see.
Whatever your reason is, it's possible to make adjustments in your approach until you get what you want (2020 was a year of adjustments!)
If you want to keep your New Year's...