Browsing All posts tagged under »thinking patterns«

Making resolutions work for you

January 29, 2013


This month, I’ve been walking you through how to be successful with your New Year’s Resolutions. We’ve talked about being true to your resolve, the difference between goals and habits, and how to start shifting your deepest-rooted negative thinking habits so that you can start taking productive action towards a happier, more fulfilling life. Here’s […]

The should story-part 2

January 25, 2013


The use of the word “should” is a good indicator that you’re arguing with reality. The only time we use this verb is when we’re lamenting something that didn’t happen (as in: I should have saved more money) or when we’re upset about something that happened (as in: He should not have cheated on me.) […]


January 18, 2013


One of the best ways to recognize your thought patterns and habits of thinking is to meditate. Many people think that meditation means clearing their minds or learning how not to think and so they sit there and try to do that. When it doesn’t work, they give up. ‘I don’t think I was doing […]