Marc and Angel have been a great source of positive inspiration for me. Here they remind us that sometimes the focus should be not so much on doing the "right things" but more stop doing the "wrong things" and you may find your perspective changes completely. So here’s a short, TO-DON’T list for the rest… Continue reading Wise words from Marc and Angel – To Don’t List
Once your mindset changes, everything on the outside will change along with it. ―Steve Maraboli An effective mindset is one that makes the best use of available resources – your time, energy and efforts – and uses them to create positive change. It’s not about trying to do everything and be everything; it’s making the very best of what you have while enjoying the process of living. Here are seven effective traits and behaviors of such a mindset:
1. Perfectionism “If you look for perfection, you’ll never be content.” ―Leo Tolstoy Every one of us is a perfectionist about something. Learn to sense when your desire to make something perfect is preventing you from getting it done. Realize that the idea of perfection is not only unachievable, it can destroy your otherwise productive… Continue reading Thoughts from Marc and Angel
The people with the greatest wisdom are the ones who have been through the most. So start strong, stay strong, and finish strong by always remembering why you’re doing it in the first place. It’s all about learning and growing along the way.
Respect everyone. When you respect people it gives you a special kind of access to them. No, you don’t automatically get the key to their hearts. What you do get is an increased understanding and rapport, and that can be priceless. If you’re a business owner, respecting your prospective customers will bring you more of… Continue reading 9 Unconventional Habits of Extraordinary Success – an inspiring blog post
When you feel like giving up, ask yourself, “Can I give more?” The honest answer is almost always, “Yes.” And once your mind realizes it can, it usually does. One of the unique things about the human mind is that it can do only what it thinks it can do. The minute you say, “I don’t have the energy” or “I’m not capable of that,” you are actually training your brain to live up to your diminished expectations. Low expectations mean low results. So watch how you speak to yourself. And when you reach that point of struggle in your mind where most people would give in and give up, do the opposite and give it another shot.