Whether to get started or keep going through a workout, sticking to a meal plan, or getting ready for the week ahead, mindset plays a huge role in how much energy we have to help us through. A negative mindset can zap energy, whereas a positive mindset has the power to create it. I believe … Continue reading Psych yourself up.
A lack of confidence in your ability can have a direct effect on your ability! When we think we cannot do something, we limit ourselves simply with the negative mindset, engaging in a self-fulfilling prophecy. Thought processes and belief systems effect behavior, and therefore believing we cannot accomplish something makes it more likely we will … Continue reading Feelings of inadequacy.
It can be difficult to get on track with goals when not prepared. A little planning, doing some things in advance, changing your routine, getting organized, and keeping a positive mindset are helpful in getting and staying on track! Check out these tips from sparkpeople.com to get on track tonight for a healthier tomorrow. http://www.sparkpeople.com/resource/wellness_articles.asp?id=2226&utm_source=sparkpeople&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=best-of-sparkpeople&utm_content=TS1-2 It … Continue reading Nighttime behavior for a better tomorrow.
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Obtaining a more objective and rational view of ourselves and our personal problems allows us to more clearly think of ways to work on changing these problems. Objective self-monitoring is difficult. Our emotional state can quite easily lead us to view situations in a non-objective manner, over-react, and make us unable to see how to … Continue reading Self-monitoring.