Do you really know what confidence is? It definitely can’t be bought. Listen here to find out what true confidence is, and how to build it.
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If you want to build confidence you may not know where to begin. The best way to start is by focusing on your inner dialogue and paying attention to the things that you tell yourself, about yourself. Building Confidence and Inner Voice We all have an inner voice that directs us. And that inner voiceContinue reading “The #1 Way to Build Confidence”
Emotional reasoning is when you determine that how you feel defines reality. So even if you don’t have any proof, you assume something is either true or false because you feel it is. Emotional reasoning is different than intuition or gut instinct. Intuition is a communication from the unconscious mind. Emotional reasoning is the inabilityContinue reading “7 Examples of Emotional Reasoning and 11 Ways It’s Keeping You Stuck”
If you want to rise to a higher level of consciousness you need to stop defining yourself by your thoughts and your emotions. Unfortunately, most people currently define themselves by their thoughts and emotions without even realizing it. For example: “I’m angry” or “I feel like it’s true so it must be true.” It’s becomeContinue reading “Want to Rise to a Higher Level of Consciousness? Here’s How”
Jumping to conclusions is a thinking distortion. It’s when we make assumptions or judgements without knowing all the facts. There are typically two ways that we do this: mind-reading and fortune telling. And the reason we jump to conclusions is because we like to have information. We need it to make decisions and it helpsContinue reading “How Jumping to Conclusions is Keeping You Stuck”
Mindfulness is a useful, learned skill that will help anyone who is trying to live their best life. While there are helpful resources available, for the most part, mindfulness is self-taught. It can be confusing, and those who are learning may even think they are doing it wrong and give up. In this article IContinue reading “You’re Not Failing at Mindfulness. 5 Real-Life Examples of Mindfulness to Help You Get Started”
feeling(s) of guilt for not being content because another person (known or unknown) may: love to be in your situation; or are in a worse situation than you. Examples of comparative guilt in a sentence: Parents sometimes use comparative guilt and say, “there are starving children in Africa,” to force their children to eat vegetables. Mary’s thoughtsContinue reading “Comparative Guilt”
5 Tips for Inducing Change and Showing Companies We Want Accurate Labeling
“I am not your puppet master.” When I said those words, it felt like an epiphany, but it sure did not look like what you would expect an epiphany to look like. The sky did not open, there was no bright light shining down on me. Due to fear, my face showed no emotion. IContinue reading “Scapegoating, How Others Use It to Control and Manipulate Us”