Lists are fabulous, they organize your thoughts, #decreasestress, and make complex info easy to digest.
Here are my top 5 lists you need to make NOW in order to transform your thinking and behaviors. You can do one of these a week, in under 10 minutes!
List 1: Top 5 Values. Without values, our motivation and willpower drains, and we lose sight of why we are going after certain goals. So make sure to anchor your daily goals to Values. If you need help getting st
Happy new year! Here’s how to make the most of 2020: Remember your values. Before you make any goals, ask yourself what’s truly important to you and what you want to stand for. Goals that are #values-based will be easier to reach. Write down your goals. Research shows that writing your #goals down increased commitment and follow through. Change one behavior at a time. Don’t get overwhelmed and focus in on one behavior at a time. Reach out. We all need community. So find
I know it’s easy to give up if you’re not getting the results you want; but remember, things usually get tougher before they get better! Don’t be discouraged if you aren’t where you thought you’d be by now. We set #goals for ourselves and often times we have a set timeline in our heads; a vision of when everything should come to fruition. And sometimes, it doesn’t work out exactly as we had hoped. But that doesn’t mean you’re on the wrong track, or that it’s the wrong goal.
If you aren’t struggling (at least a little), then your #goals aren’t big enough. Anything worth having takes hard work. It’s not going to be a picnic all the way through. That includes #relationships, career, health, spiritual, and financial goals. All good things in life come with some discomfort, #fear, sadness, and/or #anger in additional to all of the positive #emotions and outcomes. But if it is a goal worth having, and it speaks to your highest and most treasured $val