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How to motivate yourself

By | December 18th, 2014|Articles|

Written by Telana Simpson How motivated are you to achieving your goals? In previous articles I spoke of frames of mind and how they relate to communication. Well, these frames of mind also influence how we communicate with ourselves, and thus motivate ourselves. One particular frame of mind is very much linked to our motivation, and the direction we tend to send our mind and focus our attention. […]

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Ten points to deal with Anxiety

By | February 17th, 2014|Articles|

Written by Telana Simpson Anxiety and fear are two emotions that often hold us back from being ourselves, and achieving our goals. We’re anxious about what others think, fearful of making a mistake, scared of speaking up in public, worried about what might happen. Here are ten points to help you master the emotion of anxiety, such that you use it to become more authentic and to take the necessary and calculated risks to reach your goals. […]

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Well Formed Goals- Part Two

By | August 18th, 2012|Articles|

Effective Goal Setting In our last post, we looked at reasons why goals can be unsuccessful, and covered 2 key points, being defining the goal clearly, and then setting steps with deadlines to reach them. Other points to make your Goal a very Well Formed Goal are: […]

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Well Formed Goals- Part One

By | August 9th, 2012|Articles|

So why doesn’t Goal Setting work for many people? How many people do you hear saying that goals are a waste of time? Plenty! And that response usually comes from experiences where those people have made goals, and then failed to achieve them. […]

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