2017, Life Lessons, My Journey, Self-Help

The Most Overlooked Method To Building Self Worth

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The key 🗝️  to self worth is self talk. To make sure you are becoming who you want to be, you must tell yourself over and over every day who you are. One simple way to do this is to make your mantra your password.

I am beautiful, I am wealthy, I am awesome.”

Whatever statement best describes the person you know you were created to be, make it your password. While there is not much data on how many times we actually type our password in a day, we could all agree that we type our password(s) a lot!

Think about it. What better way to program yourself for success.

Each time you enter your password, you will not only be “unlocking” your device, but at the same time, unlocking the recesses of your mind to help you be a better, more confident, you!

Make your mantra your password. It’s the most overlooked method to building your self worth.

2017, My Journey, philosophy

Thursday’s Thought: What Are You Waiting For?

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Today’s Thought: What Are You Waiting For?

Key Question: What if they don’t show up?

Waiting is a pathology often influenced by faith. Faith that one day, some day, up ahead, then, when — everything is going to be. If it’s not, it must mean it wasn’t supposed to be, or, it isn’t time yet.

That type of thinking will burn through years of your life before you wake up and realize what you’ve been waiting on has been waiting on you.

Today’s the Day

What would you do different if what or who you were waiting on showed up today? I suggest you go to work doing that right now just in case they don’t show.

“A slave is one who waits for someone to come and free him.” — Ezra Pound

2017, My Journey, Productivity

Don’t Mistake Movement for Progress

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Wednesday’s Wisdom: Don’t Mistake Movement For Progress.

Today, take a look at where you are spending your time and energy. Just because you’re busy doesn’t mean you’re getting anything done.

Reprioritize.

Spend major energy on major tasks. Spend minor energy on minor tasks. At the end of the day, examine your results. Celebrate honest productivity. Learn from complacency.

Pay Attention To Avoidance.

Pay attention to avoidance.  Avoidance is often instruction incognito. The things we avoid, are usually the very things we need to pursue.

While we are away from our office all we can think about is getting that huge project done. The moment we are back at our desk, it seems we are consumed with doing everything but what that project requires us to do.

It’s easy to see it. It’s harder to do it.

Celebrate Authentic Accomplishment.

Make a list. Check it twice. Celebrate authentic accomplishment – the things you wanted to do, and did. Reward yourself only for authentic genuine effort that resulted in progress.

Keep it real. Just because you’re busy, doesn’t mean you’re getting anything done.