Tag: habits

Owning Our Dysfunctions

Recently, I posted a live video on my Facebook page. I hope you glean something from the message presented: In simple terms, it’s important to begin promoting a version of yourself that you want to become. We often take ownership of the stuff we do; good and bad. What I am presenting here is the idea Read More …

Just Give Up…

I bet you’ve said it. Maybe you’ve been trying to quit a bad habit or start a new one. We all have. Making changes isn’t that easy. Sometimes we make resolutions to change something in our lives, like diet or exercise, quitting smoking or to be more outgoing. The thing is, we are creatures of habit Read More …

Why Do We Fail?

What is it about the human condition that engenders our failure prone existence? Why do we set goals and expectations, only to fall short or completely, totally and utterly fail to meet them? Get Over It, Right? Maybe you’ve made mistakes and you’ve beat yourself up over them. We tend to do that when we have come Read More …

Change Management

This time of year provides each of us time to reflect on things we’d like to change in our lives. Be it an old habit we want to quit or the development of new habits. This process of making changes can be difficult for some and for anyone, it’s important to do all we can Read More …

Letting Go

The idea of overcoming a bad habit typically conjures images of a lot of effort and time, sweat, tears and hard work. But what if I told you there was a better way?As I work with my clients, one of the things that I help them to realize is that forcing ourselves into anything may Read More …

Belief

Belief. What is it? What does it mean? Why is it important? What is Belief? Merriam-Webster defines it, as follows: a state or habit of mind in which trust or confidence is placed in some person or thing something believed; especially : a tenet or body of tenets held by a group conviction of the Read More …