Apr 212017
 

10 Hard Things You Need To Do For Success (While Many People Are Unaware)
Becoming a success means that you have a steep learning curve. Most people have to fail and learn from their mistakes before they are able to make progress. This article gives some insights and life skills that will help you get there quicker.

Flagstaff Aspen Rainbow10 Nasty Habits You Must Eliminate From Your Daily Routine
Bad habits keep you from being more productive, achieving your goals or reaching your potential. They can be everything from complaining to multitasking. This article addresses 10 of the worst, and then suggests ways to remedy them.

Hack your brain to remember almost anything
A recent study states that anyone can train their brain using the same tricks as the world’s top Memory Champions. This also reshapes the brain’s networks in the process. Learn the training technique to improve your memory quickly.

~ Linda-Ann Stewart

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Apr 132017
 

10 Difficult Life Situations And How To Make The Best Out Of Them
No one’s life is perfect, smooth and harmonious all the time. Life is messy and not all situations are under our control. We lose people and circumstances change. The best we can do is take them philosophically and find the best in them. Here are 10 life situations that many of us deal with and how to approach them.

Grand Canyon National Park - Near Yaki PointThe Psychological Strategy That Will Up Your Game in Anything You Apply It To
In order to change your experience, you need to change your attitude behind your current behavior. How important is it? What will it bring you? Here are some tips to help you achieve your goals more easily and quickly.

13 Realistic Self-Care Tips That Will Keep You Calm In Stressful Times
Everyone gets stressed and overwhelmed at times. To decompress, you need to take care of yourself so you stay mentally and physically healthy. Meditation and deep breathing are helpful. But these tips are ones that everyone will enjoy and be able to implement without any training. For instance, one of the tips is to zone out watching TV.

~ Linda-Ann Stewart

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Mar 142017
 

Your self-image affects everything about you and your life. The way you perceive yourself filters how you view and respond to the world. It’s built of beliefs, and beliefs can be changed. Watch and listen to this short meditation that will help you start to shift how you think about yourself so that it’s more positive.



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Your self-image is how you perceive yourself to be. And it affects your decisions, actions, attitudes and relationships. Your self-image is the filter for who you think you are and how you respond to situations around you. It’s a self-fulfilling prophecy that you make true. But you can also change it because it’s build of beliefs. And beliefs can be changed. Here’s a short meditation to get you started.

If you want, close your eyes. Take a deep breath, let it out, and relax.

Consider what is right about you. Think of the things you’ve done that have been right and good. Reflect on what’s good, valuable and worthwhile about you. Contemplate what you like about yourself – your appearance, talents, characteristics. People view you as a good person. Think of all the compliments you’ve ever been given. Accept them. Allow yourself to feel the warmth of their glow. Now, consider the person you want to be. What do you need to believe to be that person? What if you start believing it now? What would change? You can start making those changes right now. How would that feel?

Open your eyes. When your negative self-talk starts to bring you down, shift your attention to what’s positive about you. This will help to improve your self-image and will make massive changes in your world.

Read the article, 3 Steps to Improving Your Self-Image, that inspired this meditation.

As a speaker, hypnotherapist, and vision coach, Linda-Ann Stewart helps business and professional women who feel stuck, immobilized and overwhelmed to create their vision, prioritize, and focus so they increase their productivity, prosperity and peace of mind. If you'd like some help to reach your goals, email her at LAS@Linda-AnnStewart.com with "Complimentary Consultation" in the subject line.
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Feb 282017
 

Stake Your Claim: Exploring the Gold Mine Within
By Emmet Fox

This book was the first one by this author that I ever read. The practical, spiritual advice from it made him one of my favorite metaphysical authors. Dr. Fox was a well-known spiritual teacher and his insight is timeless.

The title of the book refers to staking your claim to the good that you want in your life. Short, to the point essays about peace, prosperity, empowerment and much more form the chapters of this book. Each essay addresses a different subject, and stands alone in its wisdom.

The counsel in this book will uplift your thoughts, help you gain a more positive, spiritual outlook on what ever difficulty you might be experiencing, and help you live a richer, fuller life. Because of the short essays, this is the perfect book to read in the morning to get the day started right, just before going to sleep, or at any other time when you only have a few minutes to spare.

~ Linda-Ann Stewart

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Feb 172017
 

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Science Shows, This Is The Only Skill You Need To Be Successful In Life
There is one skill that helps you to do better in every area of your life. It’s delayed gratification and it ensures that you have the patience and persistence to overcome your challenges. This article gives some specific tips on how to cultivate this precious ability and put it into action in your life.

How To Break A Bad Habit — For Good
Everyone has wanted to break a bad habit at some time. This article shows how habits are created and reinforced. Knowing the feedback loop helps to know where you can break it. Learn the specific steps to take to start breaking the habit and getting back on track to what you want.

How To Train Your Brain To Go Positive Instead Of Negative
Our brains are designed to help us to survive. To do that, we’re programmed to look out for obstacles and problems. Unfortunately, always being critical doesn’t lead to having a happy life. This article gives you a simple tip to begin to train your brain to build a positivity circuit.

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Feb 092017
 

Flagstaff Aspen RainbowChoosing positivity lets us get in touch with our emotions
When we’re controlled by negative emotions, then we react without thinking. This can be very destructive to our lives and relationships. But we have a choice what to think, which affects our feelings. This article describes the challenge we face and why it’s so important to choose well.

8 Habits of Considerate People
Being kind and considerate makes people more open to us and what we want. Neuroscience is beginning to show us that the impulse to beg considerate is stronger than a self-serving instinct. Learning how you can be considerate will not only further your career, but it is healthier for you.

If You Want To Lead Your Life More Effortlessly, You Should Embrace This New Mindset
Sometimes, when we don’t achieve a goal in the time frame we expected or how we wanted, we get discouraged. At those times, the mind tries to give us an easy out, but one that makes us feel helpless. Instead of accepting the lie the mind is telling us, it’s more empowering to shift it to another mindset. This mindset is more empowering and compassionate, and encourages us to try again in a different way.

~ Linda-Ann Stewart

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Feb 012017
 

Grand Canyon Colorado RiverSay This, Not That: 7 Responses for Common Negative Thoughts
Our mental chatter defines us and our world, even though the chatter may be wrong. Once you realize you aren’t your thoughts, and that they come and go, it gives you freedom and control. You can reprogram your automatic thoughts with persistence, and here are some positive thoughts to install.

This Is Your Body On Stress
Your body was designed to protect you from physical threats. But when we live in a modern society, most of those threats are mental or emotional. But our bodies react to them the same as they did to our ancestor reacting to a saber toothed tiger attacking. This is a wonderful infographic explaining how the different areas of your brain and body react to stress.

All The Productivity Tips You Need In 9 Infographics
Some people are able to juggle their work and private lives without breaking a sweat. They aren’t superhuman, they’ve just learned some tips on how to get things done more efficiently. This is a great infographic showing you what to do, and not do, to make your days more productive and your life more harmonious.

~ Linda-Ann Stewart

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Jan 282017
 

Sparks of Insight“I become aware of the thoughts that I think that might not be in harmony with the Universe. I train myself to transform them into the kind of idea deposits that I consciously choose. I know that my thoughts manifest their equivalent in my life.”

Your thoughts become beliefs, you act on your beliefs and they get expressed in your life. To change them, becoming aware of the negative thoughts that cross your mind is your first step. It’s not always easy, because most people life on autopilot. Once you’re aware of your thoughts, you can make a conscious choice of what you want to think and believe. Whenever you have that negative thought, you then insert the one you’ve chosen. It takes persistence and dedication, but it can be done.

~ Linda-Ann Stewart

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Jan 252017
 

Flagstaff ArboretumPeople Love Working with Extraverts, Until the Going Gets Tough
New research shows that the extrovert advantage has its limits. Extroverts are at an advantage in business. But when there are conflicts and disagreements, people tend to resent their style of handling it. Introverts, however, tend to navigate the storms more smoothly because of their unique strengths.

9 Ways To Differentiate Real Friends And Toxic Friends
Everyone has had a toxic friend in some degree at one time or another. They can gaslight you and make you think that they’re the only one who has your back, when the opposite is true. This is a very simple infographic that illustrates the differences between these real and toxic friends.

5 Things You Can Do to Improve Your Mindset in 20 Minutes
These tried and true tips will help you take on the day with confidence. You’ll be able to reset your attitude, become more positive and have a more productive day. You’ll notice a tremendous difference within just a couple of weeks.

~ Linda-Ann Stewart

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Book Review-The Power of Positive Thinking

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Dec 212016
 

The Power of Positive Thinking
by Norman Vincent Peale

This is one of the true classics in mind power literature. I resisted reading this book for many years, and when I finally did, was blown away by the wisdom in it. The author gives succinct, practical advice on how to deal with many of our daily problems, from self-worth to releasing worry.

Well versed in the concept of the subconscious mind, Dr. Peale explains how to use prayer, affirmations and visualization for best effect. Drawing on the Bible for much of his teaching, he uses Bible verses for affirmations and constructive thinking.

Although this book was written by a Christian minister, it is useful to all philosophies because its principles go beyond religious barriers. Filled with stories and examples, this book is enjoyable to read and will fill the reader with inspiration, confidence and faith.

~ Linda-Ann Stewart

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