A simple way to help you stop tolerating what you don’t want in your life!

A simple way to help you stop tolerating what you don’t want in your life!

2 weeks ago 1 62

Everyone has something that they hate but tolerate. What’s yours? Are you ready to change it?  Life is to be enjoyed and valued, yet we all tend to get dragged down and sometimes feel overwhelmed by all the things that have accumulated over the last few months or even years. Many of them are unnecessary tolerations that drain our energy and make it difficult to function effectively. Sometimes you need to put your foot down. Get rid of the mental clutter so you can focus on and enjoy what is good and fulfilling in your life. To help you identify and get rid of what you tolerate in your life, I attached a free tool. Here is what to do: Step 1: List three things you put up with in all the different areas of your life: Think of things like incomplete tasks, overdue bills, outdated designs, undone filing, poor exercise/eating/sleep

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Start your Career Success Story today!

1 month ago 0 57

The landscape of work has changed dramatically in the last number of years. In the new world of work, no company owes you a career and no boss is responsible for your job satisfaction anymore. You need to accept ownership of your career, your skills and the timing of your moves. If you put your career into the hands of others like your organization, your boss, your partner, even your parents, you are most likely working to achieve someone else’s dream. There is only one way you’ll achieve what you want, be it personally or professionally: Think about where you want to go with your life Write it down Put it into a plan to get there Start moving Creating a Career Development Plan is a starting point of doing just that. It is much like planning a road trip, you must know your likes and dislikes, where you want to end up

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Navigating change

Navigate Effectively Through The Changes In Your Live

3 months ago 3 140

“The world hates change, yet it is the only thing that has brought progress” Charles Kettering Change it is inevitable, it is part of everyone’s life, it’s often said that change is the only constant in life.  Some changes are good like a new home or graduating from high school. Some are bad, like losing a loved one, a job or a pet. The problems associated with change are mostly not because of the change itself, but because of our reaction to the situation which is internal and different in each person. We can’t really manage the change, but we can manage our personal transition. Our instinct is to just jump into the new situation. NO – In order for something new to begin, something else must end. Managing our internal response involves a three phase process: Stage 1 – The Ending, Losing and Letting Go The old situation does not work/exist anymore.

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Disappointed & frustrated with yourself?

4 months ago 1 146

The season is changing, and we are nearly halfway through the year.   The last few weeks I have caught myself focusing on what I have planned, but did not get done the past 5 months. It left me frustrated and even more unproductive.   I realised it is time to make a few changes. Here is what you can do to Refocus and Re-energise 1.Make a list of what would you really love to get done by the end of this year. Ask yourself: What are my 3 biggest priorities for the rest of the year? What significant difference would each one make in your life What one thing would I regret if I did not get it done by the end of the Why is this so important to you? What is the MOST important thing I want to complete? 2.Revisit your daily routine. Shifting things around a little

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