It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas… and that, like many holidays can be a source of sadness. For so many people, this time of year especially doesn’t necessarily offer joy. There can be many reasons for the sadness of the season.
Be proud of who you are! Accepting your own uniqueness is what makes us stand out as individuals.
Think about this: What if all food tasted the same, all drinks coated your tongue with the same flavor, all perfumes released the same aroma, and all houses were repeated imprints of each other?
How much of your life is spent thinking and believing things like
Think of those times when you had an upcoming test to take, a pending interview, or a date. Now, specifically think of the week prior, the day before, the morning of, the drive there, walking the last few steps… and then during the event.
We all have gut feelings. Some of us just seem to recognize their presence more often than others do. Some even go a step further and actually learn to trust their gut feelings, using them as an internal personal assistant which helps in decision making. Having had many conversations with clients who come to me for mental training, I have been pleasantly surprised to find that most
Golfers have heard things like, “Golf is 90% mental” and “Check the six inches between your ears,” but many of them don’t know how to read that terrain. Mental states, such as: attitude, confidence and doubt, affect everything you do, including how you perform on the golf course.
Those PGA TOUR professionals who have become the best in the world have
Every where we turn we can hear people talking about the troubled economy adding to our fears about our financial future. With so much emphasis on money, or lack of it, one would think it was the most important thing in life. Money is simply
From a young age I knew I wanted to help children live happier, healthier lives. After earning my college degree, I set out into the world and started my career as a Children’s Case Manager and later as a Child Victim Advocate for the State Attorney’s Office where I learned first-hand, kids needed to learn the power of positive thinking just as much as adults.
As a mental trainer and hypnotherapist in private practice, many of the clients who come to my office are adults. Adults who do not have a positive attitude and feel they are out of control of some aspect of their life. They feel they are a victim of negative attitudes, patterns of thinking, or habits.
Coping With Life’s Little Twists
Funny how you can be clear about what you want in life with goals, focus and direction – moving forward, excited about life as it unfolds – then BOOM, a surprise from left field throws you a twist to your life’s plan.
How many times have you said, “I need that?” People use the words I need a lot more often then they probably realize… and definitely more often then they should be saying things like, “I need to buy a new purse,” “I need to buy new furniture,” or “I need some new golf clubs.” All the time, right? Let’s look at the word need, it is defined in Webster’s as “to be logically necessary.” Is it crucial, essential and necessary to buy a new purse, to buy new furniture, or to have new golf clubs? Probably not. During a time in which many people are tightening their grip on their wallets, it seems to also be a perfect opportunity to recognize Needs vs. Wants.
Did you know that smoking is the most preventable cause of disease & death in the U.S.? Every year, 440,000 Americans die prematurely of a tobacco-related illness; and for every person who dies, 20 more are living with at least one serious tobacco-related illness.
Isn’t it time you became a Permanent Non-Smoker?
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