Reading Time: < 1 minute President Eisenhower had a very unique way of making decisions on what was needing to be done what can be relegated to other times what needs to delegate to someone else and what needs to be dumped. Eisenhower famously said, What is important is seldom urgent and what is urgent is seldom important Dwight Eisenhower If you read “7 habits of highly effective people”, you may recognize some of the decision matrix that Stephen Covey talks about in his book. The basic is are as Follows Then the rest is pretty self-explanatory but our video this week does a very …
Reading Time: < 1 minute We people are like clay. We can be shaped and moulded.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Is there really a way to stop comparing yourself to others? No, yet you can change how you see others and stop being angry about it and instead be inspired.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Why do you feel sad? Why do feel anxious? We often want to say that our emotions happen to us when in reality our thoughts make our emotions.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Talking about control this week we all know that there are people out there who want to control others. They use several different types of techniques to achieve this. Most controlling people have some form of codependency issues that they are facing. They have to have people to go along with their controlling ways. Many times they use tactics that are used to manipulate you to think that you are of lower self-worth and self-esteem. Criticism The controlling person questions why you are not better by making comments about who you are, who you see, and what you listen to. …
Reading Time: < 1 minute What can you learn from suffering and pain? There is a lot if you are able to pay attention to what is being taught. Many times our suffering is caused by us of all places. It comes from resisting where we need to go what needs to be done. We cause suffering from resisting. It is that simple. Listen as Katie Mazurek struggles over resisting and finding what she really does. Share3TweetPin2ShareShare5 Shares
Reading Time: < 1 minute We have seen when a major disruption happens. Ya humans don’t like changes to our patters. As we have all witnessed in the wake of this virus that has cause so much uncertainty. If there is anything to take from this pandemic is the power of the scarcity mindset. The thought that you don’t have any and that thought coming from a place of fear shows how much this mindset can set not only you but everybody else back. Share10TweetPin1ShareShare11 Shares
Reading Time: < 1 minute Why do we need to have a healthy relationships? There are several reasons and the most important ones are described in this weeks video. Joanne Davila is a relationship councilor and she talks about how to have a healthy romantic relationship. she give a list of skill each person needs to have a healthy for romantic competence. insight – About understand who you are and why you do them mutuality – Both persons have a set of needs and how to get them filled. Emotion Regulations – This is about regulating and control your emotions calm and in perspective. Share13TweetPin2ShareShare15 …
Reading Time: < 1 minute We need a connection but the right connection and the best connection is important. These people that we choose to spend the most time with is who help shape who we are how we think and how far we are willing to go. That is because everybody has influence on other people. The problem is that often that influence isn’t in the direction we want to go. Our friends if not the best will hold you back and keep you comfortable. your friends affect your Beliefs, attitudes and behavior. Share24TweetPin2ShareShare26 Shares
Reading Time: < 1 minute This week’s video is all about the Impostor syndrome. What is it and why do so many people feel they are not worth the accolades and praise they receive. The narrator also talks about how you can combat the experience. This helps for those times when you feel as if you are an impostor even though you are Einstien. Share10TweetPin2ShareShare12 Shares