Having self awareness means that you have a deep understanding of all the things that make up your personality including your habits, likes, dislikes, the way you view the world, your emotional responses to life’s challenges and how you interact with others.
Knowing the reason why you get up every morning — your life purpose — is essential to creating and achieving goals and dreams that are in line with what you ultimately want out of life.
In order to set goals and dreams and achieve them, you need to know where you’re going. At the very basic level, the actions we take on a daily basis that bring us closer to our goals and dreams are determined through looking at the big picture and what you most want...
Self sabotage is anything you do that gets in the way of your intentions. For example, you have a project due and instead of getting it done, you binge watch Netflix; or you’re working on getting off sugar but someone brings a birthday cake to work and you indulge.
This week we are going to give you some tips that will help boost your chances of successfully achieving your goals.
We all have goals and dreams and most of us have experienced how great it feels to achieve what we set out to do. As the old saying goes: “if you fail to plan you plan to fail.” So, with that in mind, here are some tips on how to set goals, whether they are business or personal, so you have a better chance of success.
When you’ve lost a loved one, the thought of spending any holiday, especially Christmas, without them can be painful, sad and lonely. One way to ease your pain and make the holidays more enjoyable is to make the memory of your loved one part of your holiday celebrations.
Your values are simply the things that are most important to you at the core. It’s the unwavering belief in what you stand for. When you know your values, you can live a happier life doing what’s most important to you.
We’re hard on ourselves. Many of us are more understanding and forgiving of others than we are of ourselves. It doesn’t make a lot of sense. If anyone is going to be on your side, it should be you!
Most of us are aware that the bacteria in our gut plays an important role in digestion. When the stomach and small intestine are unable to digest certain foods we eat, gut microbes jump in to offer a helping hand, ensuring we get the nutrients we need. In addition,...