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Introversion, Gut Feelings, and Trust

Friday, January 30th, 2015

Maybe – just maybe – your gut-level feeling that you shouldn’t be doing something is right. But if you’re an introvert, you’ve probably had a lifetime of being told to ignore your feelings, and urged to act just the opposite.

Want to stay home and read? “What’s the matter with you, anyway?” It’s implied that you’re neurotic or even antisocial. Want to leave a party before it ends? “You’re a party-pooper.” Find large groups overwhelming? “Just get out there and have fun (said with incredulity)!” (Even though the event gives you a headache or even nausea.) Enjoying being quiet and listening when in a group? “You’re shy, aren’t you?” a shaming label if ever there was one.

Limiting Beliefs and How They Can Affect Goals

Friday, December 26th, 2014

Limiting beliefs pop up a lot in coaching sessions. I love them because they are a chance for me to help my client really make progress on them, if they want to of course.

It often takes a few sessions for limiting beliefs to start popping up, once we have got a bit more trust going between us. It’s then I start to hear my coaching client talk about things that they can’t do because they aren’t good enough, they’ve had a disaster in the past or a bad experience with something they have tried.

Manifest A Miracle – Law Of Attraction System

Monday, December 8th, 2014

Do you once in a while watch your psyche? In the antiquated Vedic scripture Bhagavad-Gita, Krishna says to Arjuna “One must convey himself with the assistance of his psyche, and not debase himself. The psyche is the companion of the adapted soul, and his foe too. For him who has vanquished the psyche, the brain is the best of companions; yet for one who has neglected to do along these lines, his brain will remain the best adversary.”

When you begin watching your brain first thing you may perceive is that you don’t control it. How frequentlyyou have perused something, in some cases actually attempting to truly focus on the subject, yet then you discovered yourself considering something totally diverse in the meantime?

Be So Good They Can’t Ignore You

Friday, October 24th, 2014

What Constitutes Talent?

I still recall my final year of university with restrained enthusiasm.

I wrote my final paper on a prominent figure whom I admired at the time. I firmly recall a passage from a book loaned to me, which was translated from Italian to English. It said of the person, “He was so talented that even the blind were aware of him.” I felt it was a fitting description for a person of great talent.

That passage has stuck with me for seventeen years, etched in to my mind as a measure of an individual’s influence on the world.