Adopt a Good Habit
This article is about replacing unhealthy behavior with activities that are good for us.
How and why they work
Are you bored?--Try Mixing it Up
Mix it up— Do something you don’t want to do giving it your full attention. Then treat yourself with something you want to do. Tell yourself you earned a little fun, enjoy it, luxuriate in it.
Are You Running Low on Motivation?
Self-help author Andy Core says motivation should be renewed at the start of every day.
Be Your Best Every Day
Awesomeness is not only a frame of mind; it is a way of being says Rhonda Sciortino in her book "How to Get Awesome: 101 Ways to Find Your Best Self."
Create a Metaphor Quilt
Use quotes, short stories and parables to change your way of thinking
Develop a Winning Formula
Get specific about where you want to go and develop systems to get you there
February is Boost Your Self Esteem Month!
There are probably thousands of techniques out there that can be used to boost self esteem. In the spirit of Self-Esteem awareness, I’ve put together a brief list of techniques I’ve used to improve how I feel about myself.
Fill Your Mind with Positive Thoughts
“Affirmations...remind us of the power that our own thoughts have in shaping our reality,” states famed self help author Richard Carlson. “When we understand this power, we are more careful about which thoughts we give significance to and which we choose to dismiss or ignore.
Franklin Covey Planning System [offsite link]
Have at Least Two Hobbies
One for when you’re at home and another that gets you out of the house
How Do You Learn?
Discover your Individual Learning Style
Lessons I Learned about Confidence
“Confidence is not about feeling good inside, although it’s a bonus if you do...It’s your ability to reach beyond how you’re feeling in the moment to take action that leads to the outcome you want,” says self-help author Kate Burton Brinley Part 1 of a 2 Part Series
Master the Keys to Your Success
I don’t think I’ve seen one author talk about talent alone leading to success. Rather the experts attribute success to principles, steps, gateways etc that anyone can master as long as they develop a high level of self knowledge and stick with the program.
Mid-year Progress Report
Rate how you’re doing
Motivational Quotes [offsite link]
No Inspiration? No Problem
Don’t allow shifting moods to hinder your success! Get things done whether you feel like it or not.
Quotes to Improve Your Life
How to find and use quotes for self-empowerment
Rankism--How can we stop it?
“Not only have we been targets, but we have dished it out. We all need to know in what ways are we are rankists,” says Dr. Julie Ann Wambach.
Why put your destiny is someone else’s hands? Even if you’re working for a company, learn to think and act like an entrepreneur.
You’ve been working hard toward your goals, find a place to shine!
Self-help author says that riches can come in more forms than a paycheck. “Living Life in Full Bloom: 120 Daily Practices to Deepen Your Passion, Creativity & Relationships” by Elizabeth Murray takes readers on a journey to self fulfillment.
The Benefits of Having a Strong Character
Nice People Don’t Always Finish Last
The Benefits of Music
Use music to put a little zest in your life
Treat Yourself to a Have Done List
We need reminders that have nothing to do with actually “doing” anything. These lists are like mementos of what we’ve already accomplished or already have. I feel good when I read them. I literally close my eyes and relish each item.
Trimming Down for the Summer?
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Use What You Have
During an NPR interview Iyanla Vanzant told listeners that in the face of adversity, you should use what you have and be grateful.
Why Look for a Hero?
When you can become your own champion!
Take time out for fun thoughts!
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