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Jul 062018
 

Woman with outstretched arms 3 Proven Ways to Increase Your Confidence
Studies find confidence is closely associated with success. Fortunately, confidence is something that you can cultivate and improve. You can choose to expand your confidence by being willing to try and fail. Learn from it, rinse and repeat. This article shares 3 ways that you can build your confidence.

How Self-Reflection Gives You a Happier and More Successful Life
Self-reflection allows you to assess whether you might be going in the right direction for you, or if it’s time to make a different choice. When you take the time to learn from your mistakes, you have a greater chance of avoiding them in the future. Self-reflection also improves self-esteem and self-confidence. This article explores the importance of self-reflection and gives you a step-by-step guide about how to do it.

3 Essential Steps To Becoming More Authentic In Life And Work
Many people crave to be more authentic in their personal and professional lives. They want to stand up and be themselves, without fear of reprisal. But they hide who they are so they don’t alienate people. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Here are some tips on how to be more authentic, allowing you to explore what it means to you.

~ Linda-Ann Stewart

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Jun 292018
 

Woman with outstretched arms 7 Practical Tips to Achieve a Positive Mindset
Studies have proven there are multiple physical and mental benefits to positive thinking. But it’s sometimes easier said than done to get into a positive frame of mind. These tips show you how to prioritize your mental well-being

How to See (Clearly) What You Want to Accomplish
As you begin your workday, it’s all too easy to get dragged into dealing with the immediate, instead of what your priorities are. Focus is key to get done what’s important to you. Visualization is a helpful tool to allow you to keep your focus, rehearse for challenges, and practice the steps you need to take to get to your goal. This article gives you specific steps for your morning focusing routine so your day goes more smoothly.

Discover the 7 Key Traits of an ‘Abundance Mindset’
In life, you can choose between viewing the world as abundant or limited in terms of love, relationships, wealth and resources. Your mindset determines your choices. When you choose to view the world as abundant, you have a greater experience of life. And you always have a choice.

~ Linda-Ann Stewart

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Jun 142018
 

Sun RaysWhy Attitude Is More Important Than Intelligence
Most people think that intelligence will lead to success. But research has disputed that concept. Apparently, success is more dependent on whether you think you can grow and improve. They outperform people with high intelligence, but who believe that they cannot change. Fortunately, you can change that fixed attitude and be more able to solve problems and overcome challenges. This article gives 7 tips on how to develop the type of attitude that will bring you success.

Who Do You Think You Are? Why You Could Be Wrong
We tend to label ourselves, and act within the framework of that identity. These roles were developed when we were children, when we adapted to the clues from our parents and other adults around us. When we grow up, we rarely reassess them to determine if those ideas are true. Many times, they aren’t.

4 Actionable Steps to Build a Positive Money Mindset
Many entrepreneurs are realizing that they have limiting beliefs and attitudes about money. Those ideas keep them from taking positive action that yield success. Believe it or not, you have a relationship with money, either positive or negative. To be a successful business person, you need to heal that relationship and release the negative associations you have with it. Follow these tips to begin appreciating this resource.

~ Linda-Ann Stewart

Jun 082018
 

Rainbow at Snowbowl5 Ways You Can Use Mindfulness to Fix Your Brain, Decrease Stress and Improve Performance
Mindfulness meditation has multiple studies showing how it changes your brain. Research has found it impacts eight areas of the brain. Two of those regions increased brain activity and the density of brain tissue. You can reap the multiple benefits of mindfulness in just a few minutes a day.

10 Scientifically Proven Tips for Beating Procrastination
Procrastination is one of the biggest blocks to success. It affects productivity, effectiveness and confidence. The suggestions in this article will get you off the starting block and taking small steps. And generally, just getting moving is all it takes to break through that block.

6 Ways That Night-time Phone Use Destroys Your Sleep
Using your phone at night makes you sleep-deprived and exhausted. This article is based on a study by Harvard researchers that found why you need to shut it off an hour before bed. And it’s not just your phone. Your computer, tablet, e-reader and television can affect your sleep, as well.

~ Linda-Ann Stewart

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May 312018
 

Grand Canyon Train TracksAre Your Excuses Really Lies That Sabotage Your Life?
An excuse can be worse than a lie, because you use it to hide your motives from yourself. Most people know when they’re lying to themselves, by a sense of discomfort, even if they dismiss it. But an excuse can seem reasonable, even rational, so it’s more insidious. Learn a way you can determine if your excuse is a lie you’re trying to pass off as plausible.

5 Proven Ways to Set Goals and Achieve Them
Goal setting is important because you’re either working your plan or letting someone else impose their plan on you. When you set a goal, you’re taking charge of the direction of your life rather than letting the wind send you wherever it blows. Studies show that those who set goals are happier and more successful. This article also includes a goal setting worksheet.

How to Say No When You Feel You Can Only Say Yes
Some people are people pleasers and have a hard time saying “No,” even when it costs them. Meeting others expectations is more important than meeting their own. This can lead to stress, overwhelm and a feeling you’re not living to your potential. But when you start saying “No” to what others want from you, you start making your life and goals important. Here are 7 tips to help you start saying “No” so you can be more successful.

~ Linda-Ann Stewart

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May 252018
 

Step Through WoodsThis column will change your life: don’t say ‘I can’t’ if you can say ‘I don’t’
We all talk to ourselves, either to encourage, doubt or demean ourselves. Our inner self-talk can either motivate or undermine our goals. But there’s a subtle tweak to your self-talk you can make that can help you stay on track. It has to to with reframing your commitment to your intention.

What You Can Learn From The Excuses You Tell Yourself
It’s normal to make excuses, but doing it too much can get you stuck. Excuses can keep you from following your heart and your dreams. Become aware of whether your excuse or your rational mind is in control. This article gives you some red flags to consider and three ways you can overcome your excuses.

Understanding the Mind of a Narcissist
Believe it or not, narcissists have a low self-image and seek validation from others. But when they get it, they fail to appreciate it because it’s never enough. This article describes the traits of a narcissist and three different kinds of them. It also explains how they became the way they are. When you can understand the reasons for their behavior, it can make it easier to deal with.

~ Linda-Ann Stewart

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May 112018
 

Sunset Crater, Flagstaff AZ7 Quick Ways to Calm Down When You Are Overwhelmed
Do you sometimes feel like you’re always running behind? And that you have so many things to do, you’ll never get them all done? Unfortunately, that feeling of stress just slows you down and keeps you from performing at your best. This article suggests some commonsense ways to reduce your stress so you can be more effective.

Study suggests meditating can prevent age-related mental decline
Less than 10% of the U.S. population meditates. And that’s unfortunate, because study after study show that it can help with mental, emotional and physical problems. This particular study shows how it can prevent age-related mental decline and difficulty focusing.

How to Stop Making Excuses
Unfortunately, we don’t always realize when we’re making excuses, but they sabotage our ability to achieve our goals. There is a difference between an explanation and an excuse, and this article dives into this difference. When you’re able to tell them apart, you’ll stop undermining yourself and be more successful.

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May 042018
 

Grand Canyon Rim Trail4 Ways to Actively Reprogram Your Thoughts
It’s hard to keep yourself focused on thinking positively. We have a lot of negative programming that pulls at us. But it doesn’t have to be that way. The mind can be changed by creating new neural pathways in the brain. This article shares 4 proven ways to reprogram your mind and change your brain.

What Successful Companies Are Doing Right: Empathy
If you’re an entrepreneur with employees, you may find yourself fixing problems and putting out fires, which only helps in the short-term. But when you practice empathy, it makes business sense, increases the bottom line and motivates teams. Here are 4 steps to practice empathy that will help your team solve problems so you don’t have to.

How to See Beyond Your Strengths and Uncover Your Deep Genius
When you work from your strengths, you’re more productive, efficient and successful. But in addition to your strengths, this article says you need to go deeper to your uniqueness. When you find it, you’re able to work at a much higher level.

~ Linda-Ann Stewart

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Apr 192018
 

Sunset at Hopi Point at Grand CanyonHow to Stop Procrastinating
Procrastination is something up to 95% of us do at some time or other. In this article and video, explore why it happens and strategies for managing and prioritizing your workload more effectively. Learn 4 tips on how to overcome the habit of delaying important tasks.

5 Toxic Personalities Successful People Avoid
Some people are dream killers or stop us from taking a risk, and we don’t always realize what they’re doing. It’s important to be aware of who we’re spending time with. We need to distinguish between those who support us. and those who don’t. Learn the five types of people to avoid when chasing goals.

The Extraordinary Power of Visualizing Success
When you think of obstacles, you allow them to stop you from achieving your goals. Top performers, in sports and business, know the importance of picturing themselves succeeding in their minds before they actually do in reality. Learn some tips on how to use visualization to accomplish your dreams.

~ Linda-Ann Stewart

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Apr 122018
 

Grand Canyon Train TracksHow to Use Positive Reframe Strategies for Stress Relief
Reframing means that you look at a situation from a different perspective. When you shift the way you think about a situation, it changes your emotions and attitude about it, bringing a sense of relief and lightness. This article includes 4 ways shift your outlook and ease your stress.

What to Do When You Just Can’t Make the Decision
Do you sometimes find it hard to make a decision? It’s tough when there are so many choices and you get confused by them. Learn 5 ways to improve your decision making skills that will help make it easier to make a choice that is best for you.

The Successful Optimist
The language you use makes a difference because when you explain things in a positive way, you’re more likely to get what you wanted. But optimists aren’t born. They develop that way over years and you can learn how to be an optimist. Discover how just making a couple of tweaks to your words and attitude can start changing you from a pessimist to an optimist.

~ Linda-Ann Stewart