Posts Tagged Health

7 Steps to Positive Self Talk


Most of us are in constant mental chatter. We talk to ourselves all day long and, unfortunately, this self talk is frequently negative. Often it is tainted with guilt about our past or anxiety about our future. This negativity can destroy any seed of hope that we may otherwise have in striving for our dreams. […]

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Why You Might Just Be a Perfectionist


I understand. You’re not a perfectionist. You’re just picky. Or ‘hard on yourself’. Or you ‘have high standards’. Or you like things to be done properly. Guess what? * If you’re emails, tweets & Facebook posts are free of spelling mistakes, you just might be a perfectionist. * If you noticed the typo in the […]

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7 Ways Your Words Sabotage Your Business Growth and Relationships


The growth and success of your business depends on building trusting relationships with other people. Ask yourself this one simple question: Do my words pull people towards me or push them away? This question requires a willingness on your part to honestly evaluate how you use your words and to what degree they build trust […]

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5 Ways to Cultivate Patience


OK, this is an old joke, so forgive me if you’ve heard it. A psychologist is giving a talk and describes how every couple has its own unique frequency of making love. She then asks people in the audience to state how often they have sex. Hands shot up as she called out “Once a […]

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4 Ways You Can Benefit From Having A Coach And Mentor


Last weekend I was in Tampa, Florida for the first of several in-person events as part of a year long EnergyRich® Elite Mastermind Group I joined. The group and the event was unbelievably spectacular and I felt it was a great time to write a bit about the benefits of working with someone (or a […]

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10 Ways To Motivate Yourself When You Are Feeling Down


Sometimes you feel down…that’s normal. It comes with the territory called “being alive”. Life is like a wave; and just like the wave, it has both troughs and crests. There has never been, and there will never be a wave that does not have a top and bottom, an up and a down. Sometimes, you […]

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5 Reasons You Should Start Your “Bucket List” Today


If you haven’t already seen the movie starring Morgan Freeman and Jack Nicholson, I recommend putting it on your to-do list. In a nutshell, this is the list of: The things you want to do Places you want to go People you want to meet Basically, it’s your personal TO DO LIST BEFORE YOU DIE…or, […]

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The Roles of Attitude and Aptitude in Success


  “Your attitude, not your aptitude, determines your altitude.” – Zig Ziglar Success is something that every individual strives to achieve. Every single person in the world has their own goals and dreams. Young or old, male or female, black or white, rich or poor, all have the same drive and desire to live life in […]

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Proven, Successful & Motivational Tips To Age Backwards


  _ If you are at all like me, (a “Baby boomer”) you’ve probably heard expressions like “60 is the new 40.” The truth is actually that anyone can be 68 going on 50. All you need is a motivational mindset. Then you, too, can start counting the calendar backwards at each birthday. Beyond good […]

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4 Nonverbal Communication Skill Killers that Hurt Confidence – And How to Fix Them


_ Your nonverbal communication, which is more frequently but narrowly referred to as body language, is a universally overlooked area to improve your confidence in communication and general self-perception. The majority of people aim to build their confidence but rarely consider the power of communicating confidence nonverbally. If you’d like to improve your confidence around […]

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