3 Stages of Fat Loss – Part 2
Here we are at the mid-point of the 3 stages of fat loss. You see, in my opinion, there are three distinct stages that a person will go through before they see their fat loss goals truly come to be.Motivation in the Workplace For Optimal Results Is Not a “One Size Fits All” Implementation
Believe it or not, these characteristics even correspond with the stages of development as humans by which each individual views his or her career. By understanding what drives each unique member of your team, you can effectively tailor the approach you use to get the most out of each person you’d like to motivate.A Stumbling Block Or A Stepping Stone?
At some point in your life circumstances will force you to decide whether you’re going to be a victim or a survivor. Life is full of little dramas that you can allow to crush you, or that you can choose to use to lift yourself up. Stumbling block or stepping stone? I choose the latter.We Are All Extraordinary People
Greatness is something that anyone who is willing to reach beyond status quo can have. It’s very simple: Being willing to die for what you believe in.What Would Happen If All Your Ducks Were In a Row?
When we begin to realize that there is something stirring inside us, grabbing our attention or there is a shaking under our shoes, or changes begin to take us to the next level, we often believe that once we get our ducks in a row, we will have the time to focus on that new task, endeavor, opportunity. Having our ducks in row falsely prevents us from grabbing that brass ring and finally going for our gold.What Do You Believe You Deserve?
We are all born perfect, with passion, purpose and all the deep rooted flair and confidence we will ever need. This perfection is unfortunately not left to grow and flourish, as it should be. Other people step in and tamper and influence it, until it changes and the perfection and greatness gets lost.Freedom Through Forgiveness
Forgiveness is such a misunderstood term and subject. For many who have been traumatized, hurt, injured emotionally, mentally or physically the idea of forgiveness is difficult to grasp especially in the initial moments of the wounding. The most important idea that I wish to convey here is that forgiveness has absolutely NOTHING to do with the other person or their actions or behaviors.Stop Anxiety To Avoid Panic Attacks
Most people who suffer from panic attacks move around in a state of uncertainty, always fearing that another attack will set in. This state of apprehension keeps a person’s anxiety level high, leading to feelings of general anxiety.Sadly, when people feel this way, domestic life is greatly interrupted and simple daily tasks can become challenging.How To Stand Up For Yourself
You may be allowing people to walk all over you, say whatever they feel to you, and you just sit there and take it. You probably bite your tongue often because you don’t want to hurt anybody’s feelings but there is nobody caring about your feelings and how they just hurt them.Lacking Purpose in Life – How to Find Your Purpose
Jeremiah 29:11 “For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.” God has a plan for your life, plans to prosper you in whatever He has called you to do with your life.How to Motivate Yourself
Some people find it hard to motivate themselves in order to complete tasks that have to be done. If you struggle to find motivation, this article will give you some helpful advice on how to motivate yourself.3 Stages of Fat Loss – Part 1
I remember back when I was in college, one of my professors gave me some advice that I still use today. It was a presentations class, and he told me that, whenever possible, try to break down the subject that you’re trying to explain to your audience into smaller, more manageable pieces. This makes it easier for them to understand what you are trying to say, and therefore should make it easier to remember and also put into practice.Only Heartfelt Enthusiasm Is Meaningful
It might seem strange and somewhat contradictory that someone, who for well over three decades, has professionally trained and consulted to over a thousand individuals in positions of leadership, as well as conducted hundreds of self improvement and motivational training programs, strongly believes that all enthusiasm is not created equal. Only when enthusiasm is heartfelt does it have any type of long term impact. When we observe attendees to training sessions, we invariably notice lots of enthusiasm and excitement.