Coaching: An Opportunity Occupation. Far more than just a career opportunity, coaching is a ‘gateway to options’ that will expand your view of the world and how others experience it too.
Have you ever been fascinated – or perplexed – by the startling difference in how two people can view the exact same situation? One illustration of this involves two shoe sales representatives sent to assess the potential of a new market, a remote island nation considered to be a third-world country. The first arrives, observes that in this culture everyone goes barefoot, and reports back to the corporate office, “The market here is hopeless; there is zero demand for shoes. I recommend we focus on growing market share in our existing distribution channels.” The second sales representative shows up six months later, witnesses the exact same thing, and excitedly calls the V.P. of Sales exclaiming, “This could be the best market we’ve ever entered! Pitfalls vs. And so it is in real life. Everything as an Opportunity. “Be as you wish to seem.” One of the podcasts I listen to (Inspire Me Today) had an interview with a fitness/weight loss coach who was talking about how she helps her clients lose weight & get in shape.
While I’m not really interested in that aspect of it, the woman gave a really cool tip that stuck with me. She doesn’t tell her clients “eat this, don’t eat that”. She doesn’t demand that they “wake up early and work out”. She never forces them to “run a mile a day” or anything like that. She lets them come up with their own plan of action by asking them one simple question: 50 Positive Affirmations for Goal-Getters — Rachel Gadiel. 100 30 day challenge ideas to turn your life around. You don’t always need to partake in massive life altering experiences, around the world adventures or make drastic lifestyle changes to your routine to make a significant difference to your life.
Although I’ll never say no to an adventure, I’d like to think that long term change comes from your outlook on life. It’s not necessarily where you are, but what you do with your time there. Change yourself from the inside first. What I like about the whole 30 day challenge project is that you can make a massive difference to your life without having to spend loads of money, relocate or wait until the time is right. The majority of the 30 day challenge ideas I’ve listed here can be done anywhere — some of them for as little as five minutes a day. Are You Taking The False First Step? - Break the Twitch. Decision Making: Questions to Ask Yourself. Moving to a new city.
Asking for a promotion. Starting a side hustle. Hunting for a different job. Trying online dating. Breaking up with your S.O. Goal Setting and How to Achieve Any Goal. 10 Things Happy People Don’t Do. Happiness is something we all strive to attain, and yet it can be a struggle to get there.
Circumstances—not to mention genes—can have a major impact on our moods. But research shows that much of our happiness depends on small choices we make on a day-to-day basis. Here on livehappy.com, we have chronicled many of the practices that happy people do on a regular basis. But what about the potentially disastrous, joy-killing choices that some of us fall into without even realizing it? We thought it would be just as important to learn the top behaviors that the happiest people don’t do. 1. Sample Expanded Enneagram Type Description.
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The Powerful, Dominating Type:Self-Confident, Decisive, Willful, and Confrontational Generally, Eights are strong, assertive, resourceful, independent, determined, action-oriented, pragmatic, competitive, straight-talking, shrewd, and insistent. Eights get into conflicts by being blunt, willful, domineering, forceful, defiant, confrontational, bad-tempered, rageful, cynical, and vengeful. 5 Questions To Facilitate Your Search For Purpose. One of the most common questions I get asked is, “How do I find my life purpose?”
The short answer is to follow your joy route. What does that mean? Your find your joy route by identifying what makes you happy, what makes you feel alive, and what brings you uninhibited joy. And then you follow it. You don't have to know the end of the journey. My joy route involves expressing myself creatively through writing and traveling.
The jump from my corporate advertising job to following my actual bliss seemed totally impossible, until I was let go from my job. Decision-Making Tips: How to Know If You're Making a Bad One. 5.
You're moving too quickly. “The urge to get something over with is often a sign something’s off-keel,” says Gina Ryan, an anxiety coach and mindful eating expert. Yes, we live in an age where instant responses are par for the course. Achieve Your Dreams With These 10 Mindset Shifts. Why can some people live lives of inspired action while the rest of us flounder and procrastinate for years?
What is it that those who achieve their dreams know that others do not? These people who turn ambitious dreams into reality tend to leave some clues along the way. Here's a list of 10 things people who achieve their dreams do differently. You, too, can pick up these habits and choose to wear them as your own. 1. 5 Struggles Of Realizing You're Actually Really Good At Being Single. After being consistently single for two years, I think I’m in a good position to give my fellow women the lowdown on what it’s really like to be too good at being single AF.
Hold on because this is going to give you a whirlwind of confusing emotions, angst and random moments of self-enlightened bliss, followed by pints of beer. (These emotions may not actually occur in said order.) Life Planning. Show Life Planning Mind Map Document in NovaMind Cloud Download as NM5 file Article by Gideon King, founder of NovaMind Mind Mapping is great for personal life planning, goal setting and achievement. In the other articles on the NovaMind web site, there are many concepts and specific tools that help with your own personal life planning and achievement.
7 Podcasts That Will Help You Find Your Passion - Levo. Your alarm goes off in the morning and you hit snooze three times. You drag your feet on the way to the office. Your mind wanders during meetings. When your friends talk about their amazing jobs, you actively tune them out. You feel helpless. Unmotivated. Lost. You turn to the Internet. 22 Harsh Truths that Will Jolt You Awake.
Once you know better, you can do better. Angel and I receive dozens of amazing emails from amazing people every day. This morning I received three that truly blew me away. And while I won’t share these emails in their entirety with you, out of respect for each person’s privacy, I will share one small paragraph – a bite-sized story – from each that I know will make you think: “My mom is a healthy 55-year-old who successfully owns and operates a popular bakery downtown – a goal she’s had all her life. 15 years ago she was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer.
In the face of possible death, she quit her store clerk job, opened the bakery, started chemo and radiation therapy, and succeeded on all fronts.” 50 Places You Should Travel to in 2016 - Levo. It may be hard to believe, but 2015 is coming to a close, and it’s time to start planning for 2016. Whether you’re a seasoned traveler or a novice, it’s never too early to start thinking ahead to the places you want to check off your travel bucket list in the new year. From Iceland’s otherworldly countryside to Greece’s glamorous Spetses Island, here are the destinations worth venturing to in 2016. [Related: How I Took a Month Off From Work to Travel] 1. Kyoto, Japan. What Keeps People from Pursuing Their Hopes and Dreams?