Never complain. Be known as a positive, strong, energetic and enthusiastic person. Someone who complains, is cynical and always looks for the negative in everything, will scare people away and rarely will succeed at anything. From a purely psychological viewpoint, things are always created twice: once in the mind and then in reality. Focus on the positive. Be so mentally tough that nothing takes you off your planned course to success. Visualize and firmly believe in what you want. It will most certainly come true.
This video asks some profound questions of YOU and it SMACKS YOU RIGHT IN THE FACE! I cannot recommend enough that you take 7 minutes out of your day to watch this awe inspiring video
I don’t need to try and fit happy activities into my days, but fit my days around happy activities. By affirming this it’s as if a load has been lifted from my shoulders, that I am more in control of my day and have ultimately planned for happiness.
A recent study by the Harvard Chan School of Public Health has shown a link between optimism and reduced risks from various health issues which affect our life longevity. Seventy thousand women enrolled in the study which was conducted over a period of 8 years. The study analysed participants’ levels of optimism, plus other factors … Continue reading The Affects of Optimism on Your Health and Well Being
There are many bad experiences and situations in life which leave us feeling troubled, weak, fearful, scared, insecure, angry, resentful, pessimistic and negative. I’m sure you could add to this list! The scale on which these feelings weigh can be slight to extreme, but if we harbour them, we lose sight of our potential and … Continue reading Moving Forward
English Poet and dramatist Edward Young once said, ‘procrastination is the thief of time’. Never a truer statement said! What does it mean? Well, the Oxford Dictionary defines procrastination as: [mass noun]. The action of delaying or postponing something. All too often we find ourselves thinking about doing the things we should be doing, or … Continue reading Procrastination and Me
I first came across The Focus Wheel just over two years ago. It is presented by Abraham-Hicks in their book “Ask and It Is Given”. It has been described by many as a very powerful process in raising your emotional set-point with immediate effect, and makes your goals become achievable. For the uninitiated, the purpose … Continue reading The Focus Wheel
Answer me this: do the following declarations sound familiar? “There’s no way I can do that”; “I can’t afford a holiday”; “I’ll never be able to live in the house of my dreams”, “I’m not good enough to pass this exam; “there’s no way I’ll get promoted”. Now, for added effect, let’s cue in some … Continue reading PLEASE…..STOP Saying That!!!