Volume 22, Issue 6
Succeed from the Inside Out by Linda-Ann Stewart. People fail to achieve their goals for a variety of reasons. Mainly, the failure occurs due to a problem with your motivation. Many think that external rewards are what will drive them towards success. But oddly enough, your inner motivation is more likely to keep you on course to your goal. Learn what you need to inspire you to accomplish your goals and aspirations.
When you're pursuing a goal, you have to have some sort of motivation to either jumpstart your action or keep you going. There are two basic kinds of motivation, and each has their place. But there's one kind of motivation that will inspire you in the tough times. Learn what that motivation is, and use this guided meditation to uncover the motivation that will see you through. Watch "Guided Meditation to Find Powerful Motivation to Achieve Your Goals."
In addition to posting my Monthly Coaching Tip video, I also include a transcript of it, in case you prefer to read the content. The transcript to this month's video is on the blog.
I answer a reader's question in Ask the Expert, "Why do I attract negative people?" There are three possible reasons.
Sparks of Insight has a short commentary about mindfulness.
Trending Articles of the Week has links to articles on: being kind to yourself, overcoming negative self-talk, and what optimism is and how to become one.
In Recommended Reading, I reviewed not one book, but a whole bunch of business and personal development journals. At this writing, there are almost ninety of them, with more coming, I'm sure. You can find one to suit whatever you need and help you break through your challenges.
To read these, visit EmpoweringYourMind.com.
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