This is more than semantic gymnastics. People have a right to ask you questions about your motives to get a better understanding. But when they openly question what your motives are, you need to evaluate them yourself.
Category: Ten Minute Life Lesson
I had a hard time getting this week’s message recorded and sent. But I got it recorded and sent (although a little late) without skipping much of a beat because of the amount of time I have been podcasting and working on this podcast specifically.
The effort you put into doing ‘just one more’ during your practice sessions, even when you feel like you are at the brink of exhaustion, will be well worth it once you step into game time conditions.
Hyping a perfect morning routine was all the rage. Now, there is a shift to admitting you can’t maintain a perfect morning routine. In this episode, I go deeper into the thought process behind creating your own ‘best for you’ morning routine, while using the thought process of my own actual routine as an example.
Avoid the mass confusion and lack of resources available to you when you plan your ‘resolutions’ with the beginning of a new calendar year. Declare your time for change and reflection when you observe your personal New Year’s Day on your date of birth.
Something happened this week that is changing the direction of my life and my business. I was not expecting it, but I was prepared for it and am handling the fallout fairly well. This lesson is part update on the status of Your better You and why you should always have at least a basic game plan for all sorts of emergencies.
Cheers are positive feedback for the work you have done. Boos are negative feedback for the work you have done. A blank stare is feedback in the form of no feedback whatsoever. This episode explores the frustration with receiving no feedback and a few things you can do to give feedback to yourself by evaluating similar works of others.
We all will have times when we will be asked to ‘speak up.’ Whether on a stage to thousands, as room to a dozed, or just in a one on one conversation, speaking with confidence is a skill that many people say they have a problem with. This episode quickly runs through a ten-step process that can help you overcome fear and speak with more confidence.
The stories we tell to ourselves can either empower us or tear us apart image by image. If you have a problem with telling yourself long, complicated stories that don’t motivate you to improve, try telling yourself shorter stories with just the important details, not the over dramatic extras.
The trailblazers and revolutionaries of the past have done a lot for the generations that live today, but those people didn’t know that their hard work, suffering, and for some sacrifice would be worth the effort, or would even work. Your journey to your goal has the same shortcoming where you don’t see the upcoming triumph as an obvious occurrence.