Her attention was solely focused on noticing injustice and dysfunction, which aggravated her on a daily basis, and left her no energy or creativity to start thinking about solutions.
People whose minds seldom engage in these poor thinking habits rarely struggle with time management.
When we have to deal with changes resulting from other people’s decisions, we find ourselves more resistant.
Living without a stifling inner-critic has been liberating and empowering. This shift created more success than self-judgement ever could.
Back when you went to your very first interview, you felt excited and confident. But now, at this point in your search, you feel discouraged and almost hopeless. Your mind is going crazy trying to understand what the problem is. You look for something to blame.
Nobody has the power to make you feel a certain way because your emotions come from yourself, not anyone else. It is not situations that cause stress but our interpretation of what is happening. Learn how to live stress-free by consciously choosing what happens in your mind.
Over the years, coaching administrators and other professionals, I have observed 7 signs that predict success accurately. Some people are naturally predisposed to excel in some of these 7 areas, and others have to work at them, but they are within reach for anyone who really wants to succeed and is willing to stretch and grow.