Have you ever worried about not being able to lose that weight, start eating healthy or being more mindful? It is not really about inability but starting with the incorrect steps.
We all have these thought but making it real seems to be a challenge.
Jim Rohn expressed an important fact: ‘Motivation is what gets you started, Habit is what keeps you going.’
Here are the first few steps you need to consider when you have a new healthy habit you will like to start.
As simplistic as this sounds, you need to be very specific about the habit you would like to start. What it is? The identity that having this habit gives you. For example, I will like to be known as te person who exercises regularly.
It has to be very clear in your mind why you want to have this habit and why now. What has changed in your life or around you that is making this change an obligation, a necessity, or just a desire. The...
What new chapter is happening in your life? What changes are you making to your daily activities?
When every school resumes, we see a difference in the way everyone's morning routine changes. Traffic is different. You commute is different and maybe your wake up too.
The last few months have been a test of how we are able to adapt to changes with little or no time to plan.
We have learnt to work from home, teach our children, have gatherings online and do pretty much everything. We have so much information and our brain’s processing speed has been put to the test.
Have we stopped to evaluate our emotional bandwidth?
There are times that we pay attention to what is happening around and we do not check up on ourselves.
This is not to tell you about the checklist for getting children ready for school but it is check that you are ready to care for yourself better.
Here is a 5 step plan on how to check up on yourself throughout the day.
Have you ever wondered why some people facing the same difficult situations respond differently? Have you ever seen people who are apparently successful, being unhappy to the point of suicide? These scenarios are so common and it is related to where we place our focus.
It is said, ‘where focus goes, energy flows’. – Tony Robbins.
The energy acts on our focus and gives rise to the corresponding outcome.
We might have heard about the glass half-full and glass half-empty analogy. It is said that when a glass has water in it up to the half-way mark, it can be described as stated above.
When one’s focus is on the emptiness of the glass, it is described as a glass half-empty and such people are referred to as having a pessimistic view and when one’s focus is on the fullness of the glass, they would describe it as a glass half full and such people are described as having an optimistic view.
The pessimistic view looks down at the emptiness, the loss, the...