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Setting Habits

January 12, 2013

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We were just talking about forming habits in the last post. Because habits usually stem from small steps, they are longer-lasting and more sustainable than big goals that you try to accomplish all of a sudden. So rather than goal-setting, try to set up some daily habits that will slowly and surely lead you in […]

Habits vs. Goals

January 10, 2013

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Good habits, and bad habits too, usually start with a small change and then proceed from there. The very nature of habits is that they are sustainable over time.  You wake up early one morning, decide to just sit and breathe for a few minutes before the chaos of the day begins and it feels […]

Starting Small

January 7, 2013

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If you read the newsletter for this month, you know how important I believe it is to start small when it comes to any goals you have. If you’ve resolved to make this year the year you carve out your own personal path to happiness, then you’re going to want to take things one step […]

Action

September 21, 2011

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If you reached this stage, by now you’ve done quite a lot of work. You’ve identified and dissolved some of the limiting beliefs and thoughts that have held you back from being successful. You’ve made your plan for change. And now, well, now you’re ready for some Action. For many people, this stage of change […]

Your Goals, Turtle-Style

January 24, 2011

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So you’ve decided you want to bring in the new. You have goals. And they’re big. It’s January and you’re still pumped up because it’s a new year and this is the year, dammnit! This is the year you make some things happen. Only thing is, you’re not really sure where to start. Sure you’ve written […]