Oct 122017
 

Rainbow at SnowbowlKnowing My Values Has Filled up the Long-Existed Missing Gap in My Life
Your values are an important piece of who you are. But few people can articulate what they are. Values affect your decisions, your actions and what fulfills you, without your being aware of it. When you know your values, you can choose your decisions to support them. This article gives instructions on how to find your values and live by them.

9 Difficult Decisions the Happiest People Always Get Right
You’re about as happy as you decide to be. One way to be happier is to do the right thing. Many people will take the easy way out, but this leads to a lack of self-respect. Instead, make decisions and follow through on them. Here are nine decisions to make that will make you happier in the long run.

How to Develop Trust through Self-Trust
Self-trust is a major component of your success. When you have it, you have a good relationship with yourself. You also have credibility with yourself. This article covers the four core building blocks to self-trust. Cultivate this trait and you’ll notice a rise in your self-respect and self-esteem.

~ Linda-Ann Stewart

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Mar 022016
 

Sunset Crater plant Self Esteem and Confidence Are Often Confused
Self-esteem is self-respect and self-confidence a belief in yourself. There needs to be a harmony between your self-confidence and self-esteem for you to be more authentic. Learn some ways to cultivate both of these so you’re more comfortable with yourself and more effective in your world.

The Success Secrets of Focus
High achievers have learned how to center their attention on the right things at the right time for optimum results. When you focus your time and energy doing the things that you are most skilled at, you eventually reap big rewards. Learn some simple habits that can help you get focused and be more successful.

What Values Do You Live By?
Values are not what we talk about. They are how we live. They determine why we make and live the choices we eventually do. Sometimes we live by one set of standards but judge ourselves by another. Here are some tips on how you can align your values with who you are.