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Today, I have a powerful motivational speech for you. If you want to achieve your goals and dreams in life, you need to wake up and go beyond your comfort zone.
We all have a zone of comfort, which is comprised of a consistent set of beliefs and behaviours that we’ve grown accustomed to. According to Alan Henry, the editor in chief of Lifehacker, “Your comfort zone is neither a good or bad thing. It's a natural state that most people trend towards.”This entry was posted in Business, Career & Mission, Contribution, Emotions & Meaning, Goal Setting, Guides, Inspiration, Motivation and tagged achieve your goals, become more, behavior, beliefs, challenge, change, change is good, comfort zone, commitment, dabbler, discipline, distracted, dreams, face your fears, freedom, future self, go beyond your comfort zone, growth, honesty, knowledge, lack of discipline, learning, letter, life experiences, mastery, motivation, powerful motivational speech, safety, take action, truth, wake up on .
I want to share with you a simple 2 minute daily gratitude meditation, called the HeartMath Meditation Technique, that was developed by the Heart Math Institute (HMI).
HMI researches the heart-brain communication, and its relationship to managing stress, increasing coherence, and deepening our connection to self and others. It is founded on the belief that our hearts have their own intelligence.
Your heart was created long before before you even had a brain. Don’t get me wrong, the head is an amazing tool for setting goals, learning, and strategizing, but it falls short at providing us with gratitude and happiness.This entry was posted in Business, Career & Mission, Contribution, Emotions & Meaning, Goal Setting, Guides, Health & Fitness, Inspiration, Motivation, Relationships, Spiritual, Time & Productivity and tagged brain, condition your mind, deep breathing, exercise, fear, get out of your head, gratitude, guided meditation, happiness, heart intelligence, HeartMath Institute, HeartMath meditation technique, inspirational, intuition, learning, listen to your heart, love, meditation, mind, morning ritual, morning ritual mastery, negative emotions, positive emotions, present moment, setting goals, spirit, the freeze frame, trust your heart, truth on .
I would like to share with you 5 ways to break bad habits. You are what you repeatedly do every day. If you allow bad habits to take over your life, they have the power to dramatically hinder your journey towards success.
In his book, The Habit Change Workbook: How To Break Bad Habits and Form Good Ones, James Claiborn describes a bad habit as, “Learned, almost automatic thoughts or behaviours that have become somehow problematic in our lives.”This entry was posted in Career & Mission, Contribution, Emotions & Meaning, Goal Setting, Guides, Inspiration, Miscellaneous, Motivation, Products, Time & Productivity and tagged automatic thoughts, bad habits, be kind to yourself, belief, break bad habits, break free, breakthrough, change your life, commitment, creatures of habit, daily routine, deep breathing, discipline, emotional state, environment, forgive yourself, fulfillment, good habits, healthy habits, human, human behaviour, make a plan, morning ritual, new information, resistance, routine, self awareness, self-improvement, set realistic goals, small changes, start slow, take action on .
I have some exciting news! Warren Buffett has revealed his best investment advice. Known to be worth $75 billion dollars, he is one of the most successful self-made investors in the world.
Warren is a role model for any entrepreneur, investor, or business person that aspires to achieve financial greatness. Referred to as, “The Oracle of Omaha”, Warren Buffett had an entrepreneurial mindset from an early age. As a young adult, he was always looking for innovative and creative ways to earn money, which is how he made a net worth of $6,000 at the age of 15.This entry was posted in Business, Career & Mission, Contribution, Finances, Goal Setting, Inspiration, Motivation, Passive Income, Time & Productivity and tagged asset, belief, billionaire, books, business, commitment, creative, Dale Carnegie, entrepreneurial mindset, face your fears, financial advice, financial greatness, find a mentor, grow and evolve, index fund, innovative, inspirational, invest in yourself, investing, life mastery, lifelong learning, mindset, money, net worth, positive anticipation, public speaking, self-made investor, seminars, stock, stock market, success, the oracle of omaha, warren buffett on .
I’m here to tell you if you’re not outside your comfort zone, you won’t learn anything. By nature, human beings crave security and comfort. Although a comfort zone feels safe, this isn’t where the magic happens.
A study conducted back in 1908 showed that remaining in a state of comfort ensured steady performance, however, in order to increase or maximize performance levels, we need to be in a space of “optimal anxiety”. Another words, a little bit of fear is a good thing.This entry was posted in Business, Career & Mission, Contribution, Emotions & Meaning, Goal Setting, Guides, Health & Fitness, Inspiration, Motivation, Relationships, Time & Productivity and tagged arnold schwarzenegger, baby steps, brene brown, challenge yourself, comfort is the enemy, comfort zone, condition your mind, confidence, danger zone, dream big, emotions, face your fear, get outside your comfort zone, grow and evolve, growth, it’s not what you get it’s who you become, learning zone, life, life mastery, momentum, pain is progress, personal growth, push your boundaries, security, take the leap, the power of choice, the unknown on .
If you think you are going nowhere in life, take a deep breath and watch this.
It is important that you accept that the past is ancient history. It’s okay to remember your past, but don’t live in it. It does not dictate or determine your future in any way, unless you allow it to.
It’s time to stop worrying and start living, today. In the words of Lisa Unger, “The past is history, the future is a mystery, but the present is a gift.”This entry was posted in Business, Career & Mission, Contribution, Emotions & Meaning, Guides, Health & Fitness, Inspiration, Monthly Goals Report, Motivation, Relationships, Spiritual, Time & Productivity, Vlog and tagged achieve your goals, believe in yourself, business, change your life, comfort zone, create a vision for your life, dream, find meaning in life, find your purpose, going nowhere, how to set goals, if you think you are going nowhere, inspiration, invest in your future, learning strategies, life, life is a gift, life mastery, life mastery accelerator, master of your destiny, motivation, new paradigm, obstacle, past, path of learning, personal growth, present moment, self help, self-development, success, take a deep breath, take a risk, the past is history on .
I want to share how you can be more grateful in life. Gratitude is the simple practice of observing and appreciating all of the amazing gifts and blessings in your life.
To have an attitude of gratitude means that you choose to focus on what you have, rather than dwell on what you don’t have. The result? It can improve your physical, mental, and emotional health.
Recent research shows that a daily gratitude practice can lead to increased concentration, optimism, improved sleep quality, and a greater sense of connection to others. Despite these benefits of practicing gratitude, many of us take so many things in our lives for granted.This entry was posted in Business, Career & Mission, Contribution, Emotions & Meaning, Goal Setting, Guides, Inspiration, Motivation, Relationships, Spiritual, Vlog and tagged affirmations, appreciation, attitude of gratitude, blessings, build new habits, commitment, condition your mind, connection, discipline, emotions, empowering questions, grateful, gratitude, happiness, inspiration, life, mindset, miracles, morning ritual mastery, morning rituals, motivation, personal growth, positivity, practice gratitude, present moment, shift your perspective, small moments, taking things for granted, thankful, the five minute journal on .