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Clearing Mental Clutter
“If you find that you have lots of ideas but not much time in which to implement them, chances are you're being adversely affected by mental clutter,” writes Maya Willis.
The Freelance Career Track
“Working for a number of employers simultaneously presents unique business opportunities and insulates you from sudden and total job loss,” says Kristin Cardinale
Three Ways to Change Limiting Beliefs
What limiting beliefs are you holding on to? These perpetual negative beliefs serve no good purpose. In fact they are downright hazardous. Below are a few of the techniques for taming those limiting beliefs for good. Conclusion of a two-part article.
Do you have a Gremlin inside of your head?
Negative beliefs or “Gremlins” can hinder your progress as you work toward your goals. Part one of a two part article.
The Just Do it NOW To-Do List
More and more people are putting off important projects. Procrastination may seem harmless at first, it always catches up to you. Use a Do it NOW to do list to get things done.
Sometimes you can have too much of a good thing. Studies have shown that considering too many choices can lead to constant second guessing, overwhelm, unhappiness and even depression!
Stop Blocking Your Success!
If our feelings or belief systems are negative and we insist on remaining attached to “things” we believe will make us happy and fulfilled, then we won’t attract that which we desire.
Pretend You Already Have What You Want
“If in your mind’s eye and in your heart of hearts, for just a moment, you really have what you want, then you’ll attract that experience,” writes Sonia M. Miller
Allow Yourself to Want What You Want
“You have inside you a wanting mechanism. When you want something, every part of your being responds,” writes Sonia M. Miller
Do Two Things at Once
I write while I exercise, I plan while I commute. I check emails while I watch TV. I wash dishes while I cook...If it is at all possible, I always, always, always do at least two things at once.
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