Harnessing the Power of Positive Self-Talk: Transforming Your Inner Dialogue
As someone who’s been there, and still have my moments, I encourage you to challenge negative thoughts by asking yourself critical questions. Ask yourself, “Is this thought based on reality or distorted by my emotions?”
Simplify Your Life eBook
“Simplify Your Life” is an essential guide for anyone looking to streamline their life and find more meaning and purpose. Through practical advice and actionable steps, this book will show you how to assess your belongings, manage your digital life, set boundaries, plan for success
Putting Pen to Paper: How Journaling Can Help You Cope with Stressful Situations
The practice of keeping a journal is a great way to express yourself creatively and discover new perspectives. When you keep a journal, you give yourself permission to open up about your feelings without worrying about what other people will think.
How to Stay Motivated to Exercise When You’re Not Feeling It.
Whether it’s a busy workday or just a lack of energy, it’s easy to fall into the trap of skipping workouts.
The Thinker and The Doer: Balancing Emotion and Strategy in Action
Achieving our goals requires both emotion and strategy. Emotions such as fear, excitement, and passion can motivate us to take action, but they can also cloud our judgment. Strategy helps us stay organized and focused, but too much of it can lead to analysis paralysis. Balancing emotion and strategy is essential for success. By developing a clear strategy based on our goals and values and understanding how our emotions impact our decision-making, we can find the right balance and achieve our goals.
What You Need To Know About the 52 and 17 Rule
Increase your productivity with the “rule of 52 and 17”! This short burst work method is a variation of the Pomodoro technique, where you work for 52 minutes and then take a 17-minute break. Studies have shown that this method can be highly effective in boosting productivity, as it allows you to focus deeply on your work and then fully recharge during your breaks.
Starting a Journaling Practice: Common Blocks and Solutions
Here are some common blocks and solutions for those who may struggle getting started with a journaling practice. Lack of time: One of the most common blocks to starting a journaling practice is feeling like there's not enough time in the day to sit down and write....
Fierce Self-Knowledge: The Foundation of Personal Growth
We often seek external validation, compare ourselves to others, and avoid uncomfortable truths about our personality and behavior. However, achieving fierce self-knowledge – a deep and honest understanding of our strengths, weaknesses, values, and beliefs – is essential for personal growth and fulfillment.
The Rule of 52 and 17
Thousands of businesses throughout the world have employed the software developed by the 52/17 method’s designers to keep tabs on their staff.
Why Does the Pomodoro Technique Work So Well?
The average amount of time that a person can remain highly focused for before they feel the need to take a break for their brain is about twenty minutes.