“A clear vision, backed by definite plans, gives you a tremendous feeling of confidence and personal power.”Brian Tracey We all know the importance of setting goals to achieve what we want in life. If you are unspecific about what has to be achieved or too general or lack a clear time frame, you will not … Continue reading Are you outcome-focused??
“Persistence and resilience only come from having been given the chance to work through difficult problems.” ― Gever Tulley In every area of our life, it is our mental toughness and grit that predicts the level of our success more than any other factor. Whether we are embarking on a new task, or continue to … Continue reading
How often do you fail to judge your own capacity to risk and what comfort zones are limiting you? Rethink your risk-taking capability. Know your pros & cons
"There are thousand excuses for every failure but never a good reason."—Mark Twain We often become our own worst enemies when it comes to achieving our goals and find ourselves making excuses to explain why we didn’t, couldn’t, shouldn’t or just wouldn’t do somethings that are important to us. We do so by saying things … Continue reading Say ‘No’ to Excuses
How often do you make decisions based on fear that make you go down the slow, comfortable road that stunts your progress where you can’t make changes for growth and improvement. Click on the above link to know some strategies to avoid fear-based decisions.
Here is how to take conscious control of the self-sabotaging patterns that are currently influencing your choices, decisions and actions.
“When awareness is brought to an emotion, power is brought to your life.” – Tara Meyer Robson Most of us struggle with difficult emotions and moods. Unlike physical fitness, emotional fitness isn’t something we pick up naturally. Many of us lack emotional maturity even though most of our challenges are emotional ones. This is because … Continue reading How to aim for Emotional Fitness
Sometimes we get so caught up in the details of life, we fail to recognise incongruence between what we claim to value and the actions we take.
How do your lchoices represent your primary life values?