Adopting a positive attitude will help you to eat less and exercise more for the rest of your life. Think about how you can go the distance and enjoy staying in tip top shape.
So, the next time you want to compare yourself to someone else, stop and ask yourself if his/her success can highlight inspiration for you. Maybe he/she put a tremendous amount of effort into the realization of dreams and all that hard work paid off. This could be a learning tool for you rather than something viewed as an enemy.
When you exercise your brain, you give this muscle a chance to grow and expand over time. If you want to gain a growth mindset, you need to take on new, challenging things. Once your brain sees that it can overcome challenges, taking on more challenges becomes easier over time
The people in our lives are also habits. Think of the most successful people you know. Describe the people they spend time with on a regular basis. Compare that to the people in your social circle. Can you see a difference? Moving ahead often means letting go of certain people.
When times are tough, it’s difficult to stay focused on your goals and aspirations. You may find yourself wondering when the hardships in your life will go away. The truth is, life’s hardships never truly fade away. You can use this to your advantage, though, by viewing these challenges as opportunities.
I thought about the part that my “emotions” had played in my life, how at times during those significant highs nothing seemed insurmountable, nothing was impossible and I proved it to myself over and over again
Listening is easy, right? You simply have to pay attention to the other person, make sure you look them in the eye, nod occasionally and wait patiently for your turn to speak… Although this might sound like an exaggeration, often this is the unconscious habit we fall into when having a conversation with others. As Stephen …
Effective listening is a skill – it requires hard work and practice, but the benefits, especially to enhanced relationships make it well worth it. If you don’t remember anything else about effective listening, just make sure you remember rule number one: The first step of listening is ‘close your mouth’.