If you procrastinate doing something because you know you’ll get anxious, try Buddha Hands. This technique uses subtle tapping points. You can use it in any situation where you might get nervous, like In an interview Giving a speech, or Going on a blind date. No one will notice. And it will lower your anxiety … Continue reading Procrastinating Because You’re Nervous? Use Budha Hands.
Are you procrastinating on creating the life you want because your job is just too good to leave? Do you say things like: “I’m counting the days until retirement” “I’m bored, but I’ll never find another job that pays as well” or “I can’t do what I want. I have a family to feed.” If … Continue reading When Your Golden Handcuffs Are Holding You Back
I met a woman who dreamed of creating beautiful jewelry but didn’t because she was “lazy.” Or so she said. The truth was she was following a “rule” given to her years ago by someone else—someone who was no longer even in her life. If you are not living the life you’re meant to yet, … Continue reading You Are NOT Lazy!
Do you find that a case of nerves can get in the way of going after what you want sometimes? Then this week’s technique can help. Usually I use Tapping with clients to get rid of their deep-seated blocks to creating the life they want. But it’s not the only trick I have up my … Continue reading How to Get More Confident in 10 Minutes or Less (video)
Today I want to give you a way to figure out whether your have a common block which can completely derail your progress. I’ll also give you a way to defuse it. Although this block is common, it often manages to go unrecognized in most people since it only shows up when they start to … Continue reading Stop Sabotaging Your Own Success; Change How You Think of Yourself
In my last two tips I’ve described the benefits you get from using optimistic explanations when you have setbacks in your business (“What Optimism Will Get You”) and what the elements of such an optimistic explanation are (“The Elements of Optimism That Can Unblock You”). I have culled this information for business owners from Martin … Continue reading How To Get Optimistic
Last week I started a series on the practical application of Martin Seligman’s Learned Optimism to improve your results in your work. Last week in my post What Optimisim Will Get You I explained why using an optimistic approach can get you past some of your blocks and when to use it. This week I’ll … Continue reading The Elements of Optimism That Can Unblock You
I’m back! I took a few weeks off to follow Stephen Covey’s advice to “sharpen the saw” (and maybe get a little downtime in to increase my creativity), and now I feel ready to get back to work in a big way. While I was away, I spent some time re-reading an oldie but goodie, … Continue reading What Optimism Will Get You
Last week I described why demanding perfection from yourself can sabotage your work or business. You can waste enormous amounts of time and energy feeling bad that you don’t do your job exactly the way you think you should, or perform better than everybody else, or get more done. You may put off taking action—speaking … Continue reading Don’t Wait Until You’re Perfectly Ready—Leap Before You Look!
Perfectionism is a block many people have that masquerades as a positive attribute. We often think that the drive to be perfect in what we do and who we are pushes us to achieve more in our work. It does, to a certain extent. More often, though, it slows us down or even keeps us … Continue reading A Simple Way to Escape the Perfectionism Trap