Not everyone enjoys change, for some it forces them to evaluate their life and to adjust their thoughts and behaviours to help keep on tract with achieving their dreams and goals.
For others it upsets their comfort zone, and places too much emphasis on effort to act and behave in a certain way.
While many people do not enjoy the prospect of change, change is the only constant in life. It is the cornerstone of growth and advancement, it validates life, and it creates purpose and meaning to mundane tasks and adds deeper motivation to our actions and behaviours.
Change doesn’t have to be difficult or painful. When change is understood and executed in the right way, change can bring with it deeply gratifying experiences, and exciting lessons to help us on our journey to greatness. Continue reading
Your formula for success. Here is a great Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) formula you can apply for success to both long-term and short-term goals. It’s a relatively simple process and can be applied to anything you want to achieve in your life. So, whether you simply want to hold a productive meeting, make your sales target, or you are planning the holiday of a lifetime, here’s the quick way to hit your target.
1. Know your outcome.
Specifying precisely and exactly what you want is vital to achieving the outcome you desire. You could begin by asking yourself this simple question, “What do I want?” and then clarify the answer by stating it in the positive. You might also want to ask yourself, “How will you know when you have it?” and “What will it do to improve other aspects of your life”. The idea is to be as specific and as in tune as possible when stating your outcome. Continue reading
“People travel to wonder at the height of mountains, at the huge waves of the sea, at the long courses of rivers, at the vast compass of the ocean, at the circular motion of the stars; and they pass by themselves without wondering.”
St Augustine Quotes
I am sure that you’ve experienced a situation in your life, where it doesn’t matter what you do, you just seem to attract the same negative thing over and over again.
We eventually become frustrated and angry about life and the way we feel. It’s easy in situations like these to blame situations or others for the problems we are having in life.
Our financial woes are due to the weakening economy, our relationship issues are based upon other people, health issues are because of “bad genes”, weight gain and smoking are due to metabolism and hormone changes and high stress levels; In reality, all situations good or bad are the creation of our thoughts, beliefs and concepts. Continue reading
Do you suffer with the Monday Blues? Are you one of those people that start to get a little “cranky” on Sunday evening, moaning about the coming Monday morning? Well if you are, you’re not alone; literally hundreds of thousands of people become a little offish as they think about the coming week and the prospect of work.
Here’s a cure for the Monday Blues that will help you get off to an enthusiastic start.
Keep to your regular sleep schedule. It’s easy to sleep-in on the weekend, as well as go to bed later than you normally would during the week. But try and get to bed a little earlier on Sunday evening, read a book or listen to some relaxing music on your iPod before dosing off. This will relax your mind and prepare you for a good night’s sleep. Continue reading
Many people are finding the benefits of NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) to be a very powerful behavioural change tool. It’s also one of the most sought after tools for smokers who want to quit. While it is true that NLP works on those who have a deep desire for change, those that still have yet to find the internal desire to stop smoking may need to re-evaluate their reason for quitting. In order to stop smoking there have to be several factors present in order for the cessation to be successful.
One of the most important factors is the personal desire to want to stop smoking. If the smoker wants to stop because people including his wife keep nagging about how smelly his clothes are, or being told how unhealthy smoking is. It’s likely that the attempt to stop smoking will be met with failure. In order to quit smoking, the smoker has to have an internal desire to quit. Let’s take a look at some examples of internal and external drives that compel a person to do what they do. Continue reading