If you had all the confidence you needed, how would your life be different right now? What would be different in your career? How would your relationships change? So many people could benefit from having more confidence. To help you find more of it, first let me start off by telling you what confidence is…Details
If I could wave a magic wand and cure everyone of one thing, it would be feelings of low self-esteem. Low self-esteem is a contributing factor, if not the root problem, in most psychological disorders as well as in general feelings of dissatisfaction. It wrecks relationships, it hinders growth and it can be the number one stumbling block on the path to success, but are there signs of low self-esteem?
Possibly one of the most well known psychological problems is the “inferiority complex,” which popularized by Alred Adler.
There are many reasons why people perceive themselves as inferior to those around them, but the core issues involved are those of self worth and significance.
Many times, low self-esteem is the result of being put down by others or the experience of not measuring up in some way to those around them.
Signs of low self-esteem most commonly exhibit themselves in one of two ways:Details
For many years, I was under the impression that God helps those who help themselves. I believed that if I wanted something done right, I had to be the one to do it.
Yes, I would pray that God would bless my plans, but I rarely let Him take the reins. If I did, it was only for a moment—whenever I didn’t see things moving forward fast enough, I took them right back. “Any action is better than no action” was my motto. Boy, did I have it backwards!
Then I learned to apply these 4 principles, and they helped me keep moving forward faster and farther than I ever got on my own:Details
Ask most people what they truly want out of life and their answer will likely be, “I just want to be happy.”
While there’s nothing wrong with wanting to feel good, does the pursuit of happiness really bring you happiness?
Not if you’re making one of these five common mistakes:Details
You’ve likely heard the phrase work smarter, not harder. Many perfectionists land more on the “work harder” side of that equation—since their standards are so high, they have to work harder than everyone else. That’s what they’d like you to believe, anyway—many times perfectionists only give the illusion of working hard.
Perfectionists have long been defined by their incredibly high standards. But behind the illusion of having it all together is exhaustion and fear.
I know, because I spent decades of my life as a perfectionist. Both in my own experience, and in the experiences of my clients who engage me as either their Christian counselor or certified transformation coach, I see three main things that perfectionists spend more of their time struggling with instead of being productive.Details
11 Ways to Start Preparing for a Better Life in 2017
The new year is upon us and it’s a time where many will feel a sense of new beginnings, a chance for change and an opportunity for a better life. But many make the fatal mistake of setting goals on January 1 and thinking they’ll be successful by January 2. This delusion leads to many abandoned goals before the new year is even two weeks old.
It doesn’t have to be this way. Success in the new year can be yours, especially if you prepare properly. Here are 11 ways to start preparing for a better life this year:Details