In today’s world of instant gratification, where we want everything instantly makes us accustomed to instant gratification bias in other important areas of our work. Constantly giving into temptations can lead to unproductive habits, poor decision-making, anger, stress, overwhelm and impulsive behaviour.
We all have goals, ideas, or a vision for what we could become or go on to achieve. While some manage to live up to their potential, many either get stuck or don’t reach their desired goals and end up living down to their perceived limitations. Know whether your limitations are real or perceived to achieve your full potential
Clearly defined outcomes requires intention and persistence and helps in developing an outcome-based mindset which is an important leadership quality. It is also a valuable personal quality when it comes to progressing in your professional endeavours irrespective of your job title or role where you can focus more on solutions over problems.
Even though many of us know what it means to be mentally strong, yet in our day-to-day life we get overwhelmed by unexpected changes or sudden life stressors. The decisions we make in the moment and habits we establish overtime determine our level of resilience in any situation.
Do you ever find yourself struggling to stay on track with your health or fitness goals, start a new project or business or make a change in your personal or professional life - chances are that your excuses are coming in your way.
Setting goals without an intention is like driving down a road with no destination in mind. We all understand the value and necessity of setting goals. But how many of us really set those intentions that help us to achieve our goals?
We often self-sabotage by overindulging in unhealthy habits that get in our own way of accomplishing things that are important to us. Here is how to take conscious control of your 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?
Managing themselves well is what made History’s great achievers. When it comes to living the life of your dreams or achieving your goals, it is important that you set the direction for your life and make your decisions rather than constantly being impacted by external influences. There are various opinions, voices and messages trying to … Continue reading How to cultivate Self-leadership
"What I am is good enough if I could only be it openly.”- Carl rogers There are many things that shape our self-image and influence our behaviour from negative attitudes directed towards us to attitudes and opinions that come from the environment you live in- parents, teachers, peers and the attitudes they had towards themselves. … Continue reading How to deal with insecurities