Odds are that if you set a New Year's resolution, you're already starting to struggle to keep it. If you're committed to making lasting change this year, don't fall into the failed resolutions trap. Ensure success by following these three simple steps.
When we don't take control of our words, we eat to soothe ourselves... to escape and be numb. You won't get anywhere good that way, you will just put on more weight. But you don't have to do that anymore because you are brave enough to look at your words that make up your new mindset.
I've been following a simple rule that is helping me crush procrastination and making it easier for me to stick to good habits at the same time. I want to share it with you today so that you can try it out and see how it works in your life.
Have fun, learn heaps, and the next time it feels like you're being heroic, pushing with all your might and sacrificing all for the sake of your goal, STOP. There are two invisible giants waiting to help you just as soon as you let them.
Ask any woman who is over 40 if they have had to reinvent themselves and my guess is over half of them will say 'yes.' We leave our childhood homes and naively believe we will follow a certain path and eventually get to where we want to go.
Your wildest dreams are just waiting for you to wake up and make them transpire into reality. A vision board is an important tool for this visioning process. Your vision board pushes you to put serious thought into your future.
The brevity of our lives makes it curious to me why more people do not move with purpose. I understand that purpose requires a certain level of freedom, experience, and education. But if you are reading this, you likely have all of that and more. So where are you headed?
BE the new you! The more vividly you are able to imagine the easier it is for your brain to accept this new you as a reality. Do this exercise every morning for a few minutes before you get out of bed and feel the difference.
Every year at around this time, for the past 6 years, I have sat down in a quiet place to plan out my upcoming year. I'm not a believer in vague resolutions, but rather, I make a list of goals for the year.
Remember the difference between the victor and the defeated. In the midst of failure the defeated finds blame and despair, while the victor learns a lesson and hopes to press on toward another day. If you live as a victor you will see more victories.