I know this to be true because I’ve invested the last 30+ years of my life to teaching people how to do just that!
I always ask my clients, “If you were living a successful life you loved, what would that look like?”
Most of us have a vision of what we’d love our lives to look like, but we fail to take the steps to transform that vision into reality… because we usually allow one of three success “myths” to hold us back.
These success myths are simple, yet powerful. They affect nearly all of us from time to time, and they’re what will hold you back from making good on your desire to create a life you truly love living.
How many times has procrastination prevented you from pursuing and achieving your dreams? Do you fear that the goals and dreams you have now won’t come true, because of the ways you’ve procrastinated or given up on them in the past?
Many of us struggle to achieve our dreams because of our mindset. It’s our way of thinking that keeps us stuck.
When it comes to pursuing our dreams, there’s often two parts of us at work – the part that wants to move forward toward what it is that we desire, and the part of us that argues for why we can’t. (more…)
A wise man named Marcus Aurelius once said, “You have power over your own mind – not over events. Realize this, and you will find strength.”
When I applied this quote to my life, I gained the ability not only to stay calm when my circumstances seemed overwhelming, but to use a simple shift in my thoughts to turn serious problems into unappreciated blessings.
Have you ever had a day when you felt irritated, stressed and strained, and every little thing that happened seemed to make it worse?
People around the world, especially Americans, often report feeling overwhelmed by busy-ness. We’re surrounded by electronics, opportunities, choices and information, all coming at us at high speed, and sometimes our brains struggle to sort through the deluge.
People today have to make more decisions in 24 hours than our ancestors did in a year. Even little things, like buying a pair of athletic shoes, are more complicated than they used to be, with tens of thousands of options vying for our attention in this one small area of life alone.
Our conscious mind may not fully pick this up, but our subconscious does, and this constant stimulation leaves us overwhelmed, tired and stressed.