Life Plan: Can you really be the chief designer of your life?

When people open up, most admit that they really struggle believing they can design and create a bright future for themselves. Most of us have the experience where we initially start a new phase in our life with hope and excitement. Too often our aspirations lead to disappointment. That bright light we once had in…

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How to improve self confidence [avoid traps]

Confidence

What the most confident people never do Dr. Barbara Markaway is the author of this article. Her newest book is The Self-Confidence Workbook: A Guide for Overcoming Self-Doubt and Increasing Self-Esteem. The article identifies poor habits and thought patterns that hold people back – e.g., believe they are worse than others, hesitate too much instead…

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Begin With the End Goal in Mind

Begin with the end goal in mind

Begin With the End Goal in Mind Most people, teams, and organizations don’t clearly begin with end in mind. They don’t tap into the immense and proven power of visualization. Instead of just “going with the flow” we imagine and create the future. The greatest accomplishments were created mentally first. Before beginning with the end…

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Self Worth

Self Worth

Self Worth How to Believe in Yourself & Change Your Life in the Process In this article Jack Canfield discusses how to learn to believe in yourself. Jack has sold over 500 million books worldwide. He was the co-creator of the Chicken Soup for the Soul series. He shares that to believe in yourself, you…

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How to believe in yourself

How to believe in yourself

How to believe in yourself again during challenging times Tom Casano, CEO and entrepreneur, is the author of this article on believe in yourself published in Lifehack. He emphasizes that to succeed, we must believe in ourselves – even when encountering setbacks. Many up too quickly in pursuing their life goals, because they struggle believing…

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Power of positive thinking

The power of positive thinking

Power of positive thinking How to control your thoughts and be the master of your mind Michele Goldstein is the author of this great article. The average person thinks around 70,000 thoughts a day. Clearly, if a majority of those thoughts are negative, then we are hurting ourselves. We can learn to control and master…

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Develop a deep compassion for yourself

compassion for yourself

Develop compassion for yourself Interesting self-compassion research findings The author of this article is Leslie Riopel – a professor of psychology at Northwood University. She is an authority in the Psychology of Mindfulness. Leslie emphasizes that to have self-compassion you need to first understand what compassion is. It is to have love, empathy, and concern for…

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