Energy Reboot 3
Energy Reboot is a practice of checking in with oneself throughout a day. It combines intentional breathing with a quick stretch. It’s important that it is quick ( about 20 seconds) because it’s meant to be practiced frequently throughout the day.
I've been doing the practice since at least 2017. It’s been deeply helpful. It has supported me through big shifts in my business, as well as getting me joyfully through my daily work. The key is consistently doing it.
Since this post is named Energ…
Beyond Limiting Beliefs: Work on Your Limiting Structures
The following article is a slight edit of an older one. After I wrote it, I updated my beliefs some ;-) and the result is the above video.
So, although I don’t give a lot of energy to clearing limiting beliefs, I see plenty of evidence of limiting structures – th…
You can achieve anything -- just do it step by step.
If success were easy, everyone would be successful in their chosen field. Sadly, most people avoid much of the "hard" work needed to reach their vision.
Why is work seen as “hard”? It’s usually because we intimidate ourselves. We imagine the entire project and how daunting it is. Or we try to take steps that are too big, and therefore, stretch ourselves too much, causing ourselves too much stress.
We don't realize that we are the ones stopping ourselves.
The importance of keeping appointments with yourself
To accomplish worthwhile tasks with enough time (rather than doing things last minute), it’s a good strategy to schedule multiple appointments with yourself to work on that project and make gradual progress.
This is how we build self-trust over time.
However, what if the appointment passes, and you didn't work on that project as planned?
1. Ignoring the fact that you didn’t work on it.
2. Self-blame for having not worked on it.
Neither are healthy responses. Let's talk…
5 Motivational Methods to Help You Overcome Procrastination and Get Focused
If a goal is challenging (and the most worthwhile goals are!), you will need motivational methods that are effective for you personally. You’ll need to continually practice the methods that help you focus and make progress, no matter how "hard" the task feels.
Below, I describe the methods that have worked best for me and my clients.
As you read this, I invite you to score each method on a scale of 0 to 10. Zero means “I’ve tried many times and this won’t work for me” and 10 means “Thi…