What I want to share with you guys today is a mindset that some will say defines successful people. Actually it’s not even about successful people. It’s about the successful handling of goals. How you can approach your goals in a way that doesn’t set you up for frustration when things (inevitably) get tough.
And if you’re in the process of building something personal, creative and/or ambitious, then you know how important this is.
Not feeling engaged by your work? Your decisions could be out-of-line with what naturally gives you motivation. This understanding is crucial to make wise decisions about your future and just how you choose to invest your time really. The kind of decisions you can still feel great about 10, 20, 30 years after you’ve made them. And we already know there’s not too many of those… 🙂
Confidence is one of those traits that allows you to do a bunch of things, right. It allows you to be comfortable around people, it helps your relationships, it helps your production at work, and it just helps your life, right. If “feeling good” came in consumables, it would probably be advertised as some kind of confidence elixir. 🙂
That’s because the two go hand in hand. So today I want to help you discover specific things you must work on to improve your confidence in any situation. (more…)
Cautious, solitary, intuitive, creative, passionate… Those are just some words that are synonymous of being considered “sensitive” in society today. And if you identify as a sensitive person, then you’re going to want to read this.
I’m going to share with you how to feel less anxious about the daily pressures that are put on you, and why you can feel more confident about your unique, and frankly quite beautiful nature (in my humble opinion).
This might be more relevant to those of you currently going through it, though prevention is never lost either. I’m going to show you one way out of the pain you might currently be in, and what you can do to salvage your taste for daily activities, over time.
Happiness is probably one of the all time vaguest concepts.. It’s very subjective, or at seems that way. It seems like what makes me happy isn’t necessarily what would make you or someone else happy. And researchers like Martin Seligman and Shawn Achor have certainly confirmed that through their work on positive psychology and happiness, respectively.
I want to talk about what we do know for sure on what it means to be happy. And what friends you consider “happy” might know that most of us overlook or seem to forget all too easily. 🙂
Ever had that “meh” feeling when someone compliments you? Like your accomplishments are somehow “dirty” or “fake”?
I was reading Learned Optimism by Dr Martin Seligman. The book made me realize that this feeling comes from how we explain our failures and successes to ourselves.
This tends to hinders our ability to continue doing great work, and I want to share how you can deal with this feeling.