Everyone has their own idea of success. Let’s explore the art of achieving your version of success by rewiring your mindset and ‘sensualising’ your outcome. You might be surprised at just how it easy, fun and relaxing it can be.
Beliefs and values
If you’ve ever struggled to learn, you’ll be interested in knowing how your limiting beliefs influence your learning ability. Where do those beliefs come from and how can you overcome them and learn more easily and without the stress?
The phrase ‘There’s no failure, only feedback’ is a premise or presupposition in NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming). But what does it actually mean, and what are the practical applications for your daily life, learning and developing expertise?
When you understand what Brand YOU is, you can monitor and adjust it, developing more integrity and improving your reputation, using it to leverage your career or business.
We all revel in a moment of good luck. We tend to believe we’re either lucky — or we’re not. But what exactly is luck, and how can you stack good luck in your favour? Incorporate these 4 simple techniques into your life now, and boost your good fortune.
Get yourself a coach! In the world of sport — where coaching originated — everyone has a coach. It’s inconceivable that an athlete could win a gold medal without being coached. Think about the New Zealand All Blacks. World champions twice in succession. Where would they be without a coach?
Your own expectations of people — and life in general — are far-reaching. If you’ve ever wondered how someone’s opinion might impact you, this post will explain just how your perception can be influenced.
Challenging goals demand not only that you change your habits and behaviours, but also your values, beliefs, even your very identity. Without doing so, you risk failure — or success, followed by a relapse into your old identity and ways of being.
It’s through influence that we grow and develop. After all, others have influenced us our entire lives; parents, caregivers, teachers, social networks, work, and media, etc. But that doesn’t mean you have to leave influence to chance.
Do you complain about your memory — or lack thereof?
We have 86 billion brain cells, and while yes, we lose some of those cells each day, we also grow more. What I’ve found is that most people don’t have a memory problem, they have a paying attention problem!