Tag Archives: psychology

Forget SMART Goals and Try This Instead

For four years, I struggled using SMART Goals that got me nowhere. I experienced psychological pressure and pain from always feeling like I would never be enough until I reached some magically self-created utopia through achieving my goals. I never … r

Mind Over Matter: How To Train Your Subconscious Mind Part 2

In the first part of this 2-part article on how to train your subconscious mind, we were looking at how the mind consists of both conscious mind and sub-conscious mind. Both are equally you, but they feed off each other … r

Unconscious Bias: 3 ways your brain is unknowingly holding you back (and what to do about it)

“A life lived of choice is a life of conscious action. A life lived of chance is a life of unconscious creation.” – Neale Donald Walsch We usually think of our brain as our greatest asset. It’s what makes us … r

How to beat your nagging thoughts

5 Steps to Beat Your Nagging Thoughts (Even If They Are Sticky)

The real boss – over your thoughts and your life – is always you. The following five steps help you to win back control over your thoughts, once for all.

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4 Culprits Hijacking Your Motivation and Daily Performance

Why don’t we set meaningful goals? And if we do, why do we often fail to achieve them? What internal forces cause our behavior to stay constant despite our desire to change?

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The Importance of Being Emotional

Have you ever been criticized for being “too emotional”? And told that this may be hindering your chances of enhancing your career, or advised that “great leaders know how to keep their emotions at bay”?

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