When It’s Time for Courage
Courage is a tool for the present. It comes into its own at a time when all things happen and when all things matter. It dispels almost uncaringly with all manner of fear and anxiety – if only we can hold all of the fumbling components of the moment with stilled steadiness. He helps if we can stare truth in the face.The Law of Attraction and Two Types of Self-Fulfilling Prophecies
The concept of the self-fulfilling prophecy, in which the actions of a person determine their fate for good or ill, is as old as human thought itself, appearing in philosophies and religions across the globe – and in the 1910 book in which the Law of Attraction was formally described by Wallace D. Wattles, an unusual-looking, self-taught man from a rural background.
Over time, people have reached out to me to say they feel like they are in a slump; they feel tired and unmotivated. Many of them told me they have a ton of great projects to complete, but they keep procrastinating. I am here to tell you it is perfectly normal. Yes, even for a highly motivated person! You are allowed to get in a slump, delay your work and feel a bit down. It is a normal response to changing seasons, changing schedules, and changing responsibilities.7 Practices to Help You Break Out of That Procrastination Pattern
Am I Lazy or Crazy? Procrastination isn’t about laziness or craziness, it’s about fear, overwhelm, and perfectionism, and guess what? We all experience it, and I’m sure you can relate.Hold Yourself Accountable
When stress creeps in and it becomes overwhelming, and excuses abound, try repeating the affirmation, “I am worth the time”. That can help place things into perspective. YOU owe it to yourself to MAKE the time. Hold yourself accountable. Embrace the journey, do not run or cower from it!Hold Out – Key To Winning
To hold out demands a definite purpose or goal which acts as a bellwether for your decision. Life’s troubles have ways of draining out our strengths and hopes, both physically and spiritually. The tendency is to grow weary when difficulties persist in our lives and solutions are far-fetched. The air of hope leaks out, our resolve wanes and you can barely hold out until help comes your way. Let’s explore the important elements of holding out.Pushing Through Your Personal Barriers
What exactly is a personal barrier and why bother with them? Is it necessary to even give them time and energy, consideration or time? Consider for a moment that everyone has a variety of very personal inner barriers that prevent their success, happiness and inner peace.How Much Do You Really Want It? (Lessons From Shark Tank)
Are Your EXCUSES Holding You Back? Find Out How Excuses Cost One Entrepreneur A Potential $50,000 Investment!Positive Expectations Lead to Personal and Business Success
A brief discussion on using positive expectation to increase your own and others’ motivation. Simple examples are given on how to focus on what you can control as opposed to what you cannot control.In The Potter’s House
The Bible informs us that God is the potter and we’re the clay. Pottery making is one of the oldest human arts. It’s been in existence before written history and archeological discovery attest to the lives of the people of that civilization. In the potter’s house you may see clay of different colors, types, oven, wheel, small wooden or iron tool and a chair for the potter’s rest. Only the potter knows what type of pot he or she intends to make, the type of clay needed and the amount of fire required to produce a stronger, finer pot. Just as the clay remains free in the potter’s hands, we must yield our lives freely into God’s hands. The heat of trials and afflictions are there to produce the vessel that will be fit for the matter’s use.Can’t Get No Satisfaction
You ever wonder why we as humans can never get enough? Because we were designed and created to never be satisfied with anything we have already done or accomplished. We have a quality within us that never accepts status quo.The Motivation That Drives Your Motivation
Motivation is something that all of us have struggled with at some point in our life. Is there a single underlying cause for procrastination? Could it be that by changing one thing you can turbo charge your life?