The morning is the best time for work that requires mental concentration, but creativity levels peak in the afternoon. But some people are night owls — and they should align their tasks with their natural rhythm. Taking short breaks can restore your brain energy and help make your afternoons more productive. We love to […]Lire la suite de "The best time to do everything if you want to get great results, according to research"
Worrying too much is an unhealthy habit that can harm your mental health. As with any other habit, this one is also possible to break. Some claim that worrying is a reminder of bad experiences that prepares you for future experiences. However, if it happens too often you make it hard for your brain to […]Lire la suite de "Train your brain to stop worrying"
Everything that we are and everything that we are not is an end result from our current level of thinking. Every great achievement in history came from exceptional thinking. Every man or woman to ever rise to the top of their profession had exceptional thinking that played a major role in getting them to where […]Lire la suite de "8 things exceptional thinkers do every day"
When my first daughter was born, I could not believe what it felt like to look into her miniature face as she squirmed under the delivery room’s heat lamp, swaddled in a baby blanket. That face looked practically identical to the face I grew up seeing every single day on the hutch where my parents […]Lire la suite de "3 ways failure can ensure our success"
What does mindset have to do with success? Don’t I just need to work harder and maybe get a lucky break or two? No! Your mindset has everything to do with your success. So here are 6 simple steps you can take to set yourself on the road for success. While they might teach you […]Lire la suite de "6 simple mindset shifts for success"
Mental strength isn’t often reflected in what you do. It’s usually seen in what you don’t do. In her book « 13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do, » Amy Morin writes that developing mental strength is a « three-pronged approach. » It’s about controlling your thoughts, behaviors, and emotions. Following are 13 things that mentally strong people do not […]Lire la suite de "13 things mentally strong people don’t do"
La motivation est comme la bougie d’allumage de votre voiture… sans elle, vous n’avancerez pas bien loin! Sans elle, il est très difficile de bien performer sur une base régulière. Existe-t-il des façons pour rester constamment motivé, rempli d’énergie et d’enthousiasme ? Très certainement ! Voici à cet effet 12 façons qui vous permettront de […]Lire la suite de "12 idées puissantes pour vous auto-motiver et augmenter votre performance"
I’m the first to admit it—I’ve been a control freak in most aspects of my life. Control involves a lot of mental planning. We ruminate over all possible outcomes. We make detailed check lists. Schedules. “Five-Year Plans.” We send follow-up text messages to make sure everyone remembered our get-togethers. We investigate a lot of “what […]Lire la suite de "Our need for control comes from lack of trust"
The one constant in life is change. It is all around us, in our personal and work lives and it is within us. From the time we are born until we die, our life evolves and we grow. Change is necessary and inevitable. However, we need to acknowledge that change is hard at an individual […]Lire la suite de "How to Be Your Own Life Coach: 10 Essential Steps to Creating a Life You Love"
Have you ever felt the need to put on a « game face » while you’re at work? Do you have to act « manly » or « tough, » so that others will respect you? I know that many women feel that they can’t act overly feminine, in fear that they won’t be taken seriously. They think they have to […]Lire la suite de "4 Reasons Why Being Authentic at Work Will Get You Ahead"