Our self-belief has a profound effect on our confidence and on the quality of our lives. If a person believes that he lacks basic skills to solve problems then he may lose heart and give up. In contrast, a person who has less abilities but who believes in himself stands a much better chance of being successful. This is because his self-belief gives him the confidence to try.
Have you ever wondered why only a few students in a class ask questions? Is it because the others have understood all the points made during a lecture? Or is it because they lack the confidence to ask a question? More often than not, it is the fear of making a fool of themselves that stops students from asking questions. In other words, they lack self-confidence. The only way this confidence can improve is when they start believing in themselves. Continue reading
When one develops social skills it helps that one to adapt to self-determination because this person can draw positive energy from positive people to work through his self-development. The highest plane of self-development is self-actualization. Self-actualization is the way that one perceives his personality and the aspects of the personality particularly by others. Self-actualization is self-interest that includes the welfare of the individual, especially in the company of others. This person often has a sense of ease and recognizes his or her identity. Continue reading
You will want to consider the fact that there are some strategies that you will need to use for things that happen in your daily life. There are a lot of stress and anxieties that you will have throughout a day. You will need to learn how to overcome your stress and how to overcome your feelings so that you can find success in your career and in your personal life. Continue reading
How are you supposed to find your life purpose? Sometimes this does not mean your job that you do every day, your responsibilities and your long-term goals. This can mean the real reason that you are here and the very reason that you exist in life.
If you believe that you do not have a purpose in life and that you are not looking for a meaning, you do not have to worry about identifying anything. If you believe that you are looking for something to do in life then you need to work hard at getting your purpose and learning about what it means for you. This is going to help you be a stronger and more achievable person with anything that you try to do. Continue reading
Fear thoughts is that condition of the mind in which everything is seen through blue glasses — in which everything seems to bring a sense of the futility of endeavour — the “I Can’t” principle of mentality, as contrasted with the “I Can and I Will” mental attitude. It is the noxious weed in the mental garden, which tends to kill the valuable plants to be found therein. It is the fly in the ointment — the spider in the cup of the Wine of Life. Continue reading
“Progress is impossible without change, and those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything.” – GEORGE BERNARD SHAW
Change has a very negative connotation for most people. On a deep emotional level we are creatures of comfort and we automatically seek out that which feels good in the moment. We long for comfort and this usually comes from that which we know; that which is familiar to us. Once we can comfortably deal with and “know” all the “unknowns” we can “relax” – because your nervous system and your mind is designed to find and attach a meaning(s) to everything and therefore something new is always a confrontation between that which is and that which will be in your mind. Continue reading
Internal defeat is a mindset, where you begin to believe that most new ideas will fail. You might think -”After all, what I tried in last week’s Yoga class, failed.”
You will always learn from mistakes. When you see them clearly as a test, examine the results, and study them closely for the reason why they went wrong.
Whether it is a lesson plan, trying mantras, Hot Yoga, Gentle Yoga, a pro shop, or trying anything new, it is better to make mistakes than do nothing at all. Continue reading
The first area that we look at is that of Personal Attributes. This is a blend of knowledge, expertise, and competencies, encapsulated in the approach, the behaviour, of the leader. In organisations of all sizes and in all sectors, public and private, these characteristics are key to effective leadership. The essential personal attributes are as follows. Continue reading
Anger is a serious problem for one in every five Americans. Road rage, workplace violence, domestic abuse and even addiction are just a few of its many expressions. The reason such a large number of our nation’s citizens are on antidepressants, overweight, and involved in all kinds of difficult relationships can be directly traced to the effects of anger, particularly the hidden kind.
Anger has many faces. Continue reading
Have you ever had difficulty keeping a simple commitment to yourself? Sure. Nearly everyone I know has, sometime or another, found him or herself “trapped”—wanting to do something yet not acting on their intentions.
So why don’t we do some of the things we want to or know we should—like improving our health and building a better body?
Let’s say you keep putting off that new fitness program. You can even imagine what it might mean to you: having a firm, strong, healthy body; feeling an abundance of energy; newfound confidence and sex appeal… Still, you don’t do it. So why do you keep putting it off? What’s preventing you from taking those first steps? Continue reading