From Caravan Chaos to Tiny House Triumph This blog post is an update and follow-on from my Out Of The Loop post a year ago. Please read that post first, otherwise this post won’t make much sense — and you’ll think I'm even crazier than I really am! With the assumption...
Motivation and taking action
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?
If you want to make better decisions it’s vital that you don’t just rely on your head brain, but also involve your gut and heart brains for truly wise decision making.
The concept of a panic or anxiety ‘attack’ would lead you to believe that something beyond yourself is triggering your sense of impending doom and loss of control. Unfortunately — or maybe fortunately — panic and anxiety are ‘inside’ jobs; something we create ourselves.
If you’ve failed to achieve a goal you may have been sabotaging yourself. Or perhaps you got the goal, only to discover the negative impacts of reaching it. Answering these 9 questions will help you prevent that self-sabotage in the future.
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.
Do you make resolutions and goals every year, then forget all about them by mid-January? Have you struggled to embrace new habits or kick old, unwanted habits to the kerb? In this post you’ll learn how resolutions, goals, and habits work together to bring you the success you seek.
How much time have you wasted because you couldn’t make a decision? Well, I wasted 3 hours of my life on Saturday night, but learnt a few things that will help you make decisions quicker and more easily.
Values influence every decision and aspect of your life. Discover your work values to make sure you do what you love — and love what you do. Yet, for most of us, they lie outside of our conscious awareness.
The way you language tasks and goals can have a huge bearing on whether you achieve them — or whether you start procrastinating. Would you believe that changing just one word can make all the difference to you getting things done — and enjoying the the process?