Don’t just focus on how far you have to go, but how far you’ve already come.


How to Overcome Your Fear of Success

Many people are afraid of success and don’t even realize it, here’s why

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No matter what happens to you, you have to have faith that you can overcome it.



Listen to what people say, but detach your ego from it. No one can accurately judge you, so no criticism is worth taking too personally.


Taking responsibility is hard, but not taking responsibility makes things a lot harder.


Practice Improvisation to Become a Faster and More Creative Thinker

improvisation

If spontaneity is something you need to work on, consider trying out some of these improvisation exercises to get your mind thinking more quickly and creatively.

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Change Starts Right Now!

Any place you want to go in the future must first begin with the choices you make today.

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If you can’t at least imagine yourself doing it, it’s going to be much more difficult to actually do it. Get your mind right first!


A new study published in the Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin reveals more evidence on the benefits of practicing self-affirmations.  Participants from both the United States and South Korea did a small self-affirmations exercise for 2-4 weeks and it was found that it improved both hedonic well-being (“positive emotions”) and eudaimonic well-being (“sense of meaning”). The effect was especially strong for individuals who were anxious and had low self-esteem. My free guide “The Science of Self-Affirmations” also goes into several other recent studies on the benefits of these exercises on motivation, self-esteem, and relationships:http://theemotionmachine.com/free-download-the-science-of-self-affirmations-pdf I’m looking forward to more research in the future!

A new study published in the Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin reveals more evidence on the benefits of practicing self-affirmations.

Participants from both the United States and South Korea did a small self-affirmations exercise for 2-4 weeks and it was found that it improved both hedonic well-being (“positive emotions”) and eudaimonic well-being (“sense of meaning”). The effect was especially strong for individuals who were anxious and had low self-esteem.

My free guide “The Science of Self-Affirmations” also goes into several other recent studies on the benefits of these exercises on motivation, self-esteem, and relationships:

http://theemotionmachine.com/free-download-the-science-of-self-affirmations-pdf

I’m looking forward to more research in the future!