Getting triggered and then reacting negatively is a circumstance most of us have experienced at least once in our lives. If you are familiar, you’ll want to listen to this advice about how to avoid the rippling repercussions of reacting before you think.
Are you someone who gets fixated on one possible outcome when you find yourself in a challenging circumstance? If so, you’re sure to glean some refreshing wisdom from this quick bit of advice. Learn how to let go of rigid expectations so you can be open to new solutions you may not have imagined before.
Doing too much is something many people struggle with, but assume they have little choice in the matter. (Hint: you ALWAYS have a choice.) Maybe you were able to create and maintain a more realistic schedule as a result of the pandemic restrictions over the last year. Ask yourself how that felt. Or maybe you found yourself thinking you had tons of extra time so you’’ll get MORE done. These questions will give you some important clues about the way you tend to unconsciously operate. And there’s never been a better time to rethink what’s not working. Choose what’s really right for you now. One of the best gifts you can give yourself as we begin to get back out in the world is to be intentional with your choices around how you manage your days and yourself. If you’d like to find a way to design your schedule so you have time to do the things that are most important for YOU, listen in on this short clip and learn a simple way to be realistic about your schedule and keep your well-being at the top of your priority list.
Do you find that nervousness and anxiety get in the way when you think you should be feeling excited and happy instead? If so, here’s a simple way to ease some of the discomfort and put you in a more optimistic mood.
Ever fall into a Facebook hole? Get some keen insight into the real reason why social media can be so enticing and addictive.
Do you get tired of always questioning whether the things you do are good enough? It can definitely become taxing when you feel like you’re always coming up short. Here’s the thing: It’s just old conditioning. That means you can learn a different way of thinking and being. Here, I’ll share with you a simple way to bring more consciousness and positivity to your thought process.
Do you trust yourself to make the right decision? If you have decision angst or often second guess the decisions you make, I have some encouraging news! Self-trust can be learned. Here’s how you can start building your trust muscle right now.
Did you hit the ground running and immediately get down to the business of cranking out your first goals for this year starting bright and early on January 1? If you’re like most of us, the answer is no. Get some reassuring insight here, and give yourself a break for not bursting into the new year with springs on your feet.
Do you spend most of your days pushing yourself from one thing to the next with barely enough time to take a breath in between? Do you feel like you simply don’t have time to stop and pause or listen to your intuition? Here’s a bit of simple advice about how one word can help you get clear about what you really want.