Posts tagged life coaching
How to Change Your Attitude

Our attitudes are often subconscious. They’re driven by things we learned in childhood about ourselves and the world, and by the experiences, we’ve had.

Knowing the difference between approaches that will propel you toward your goal and those that will circumvent or sabotage you will help you to get what you want. Develop the right attitude to “get there” in life. If you want to “get there” in life, then develop the right approach. Valiantly go after your goals and dreams.

Your attitude is your approach to life. It’s made up of a mindset, beliefs, and feelings that lead you to make choices.

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Are you a victim?

This week on the Inner Circle, we are exploring the role of "the Victim" in the Dreaded Drama Triangle. This is a particularly interesting (and sensitive) topic, as one of the main characteristics of the Victim is to always remain blameless. But there is hope in the Creator! Learn how to transform this challenging personality into one that is powerful and empowering.

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Stress Scale Manager

Identify your triggers. Once you know where your stress is coming from—a relationship, kids, a workload— you can sometimes reduce or prevent the stress. After giving the matter some focused thought, you can recognize sensible steps to change the situation. Even if changing the trigger isn’t possible, a shift in perspective may help alleviate stress. For example, if your husband is irritating you, stepping back and adjust your expectations may allow you to keep your composure. 

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Can Your Future Self Help your Current Self?

There are two keys principles to keep in mind when practicing visualization. The first is, your practice needs to be consistent. 10 minutes a day every day, will always beat an intense hour long session once a week. It helps to make a commitment to practice your visualization the same time every day. First thing in the morning as close to waking as possible is ideal. This is because the mind is still slightly lucid at this time, which makes it easier to conjure up images.

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