Posts Tagged ‘Self Esteem’

When someone tells you, you’re moving too fast. Tell them they aren’t moving at all, you’re the only one that understands why you’re moving fast, because it’s only you that understand what you need to do next.

Others will doubt and question your pace, but do not stop, because every time you stop, doubts sinks in, doubts that leaves us to question our quest.

The people that question your quest only make you stronger; they make you believe more in yourself, but sometimes can be the opposite.

Do not make them cloud your focus, they will be pain, they will be failure, but believe in yourself and maintain the right attitude towards your goal.

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People often behave in a similar way. Habit patterns and ways of thinking become deeply established, and it seems easier and more comforting to follow them than to cope with change, even when that change may represent freedom, achievement, and success.

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Cherish your visions and your dreams as they are the children of your soul; the blue prints of your ultimate achievements.

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Parental Upbringing
Studies show that children whose parents are involved show greater social and emotional development (Allen & Daly, 2002), including more resilience to stress, greater life satisfaction, greater self-direction and self-control, greater social adjustment, greater mental health, more supportive relationships, greater social competence, more positive peer relations, more tolerance, more successful marriages, and less delinquent behaviours (Desforges & Abouchaar, 2003).

Powerful stuff, if you ask me and we should never take for granted the impact our parental upbringing has on us. It is important that parents and carers are aware of the significant contribution they can make to their children’s learning by providing a stimulating environment. I have an aunt who recently started a new business, because of this business she found herself spending less time with her family, in the end her son dropped two grades down!

Families, parents and guardians in particular, play a significant role in the occupational aspirations and career goal development of children. Without parental approval or support, a student is often reluctant to pursue, let alone explore diverse career possibilities even now I find it difficult to shake of some off the oddities “train up your child in the way he should go and he will not depart from it”.

My Point: If you are a parent, young, old or even new to the world of parenting, spending time to develop your child’s mental should be your paramount objective. If you’re young and are thinking of having children, don’t rush into it, better to wait and get it right than to rush and make damaging mistakes while bringing up your children.

Still on the topic of parental influence on our mind, to really become aware of how much impact our upbringing has on you, what you need to do is begin to draw parallels between your parents and yourself. From this moment on start paying attention to the attitudes, beliefs and behaviour of your parents, especially the things that you don’t like and those things that “annoy” you the most about them. Write them down and look to see if they are evident in yourself, you might not see them at first but in most cases we are a reflection of our upbringing.

The Fourth

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“Do not lose courage in considering your own imperfections, but instantly set about remedying them – every day begin the task anew.”

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This is the Best time in Human history to be alive! Those who went through the renaissance period didn’t realise they were going through such an influential and important time in history, it’s only now that we can look at that it retrospectively that we acknowledge it’s importance.

In this age (the age of the mind) you can start off with absolutely nothing and with the application of your mind, make something in fact anything!(subject to terms and conditions).

“As a man Thinketh so is he” your outer world is a true reflection of your inner world. In fact the most important decision you can make right now is a commitment to developing your mind, in fact make up your mind right now that you will change and develop yourself internally and nothing else. Forget the money, the cars etc and focus on you “the person”.

There is an untapped power in human thought “I think therefore I am”. Your Hidden potential will always remain hidden until it wakes up in your mind first! Your entire life is an expression of your thoughts and beliefs. Your relationship right now is a reflection of your thinking and your beliefs.

Your job right now gives us an insight into who you are, some people hate their job and still drag themselves in daily, some people know they are under paid yet they carry on, feeding themselves the opium that “any job is better than no job”.

If you’re fine with being average and living a mediocre life then “your hidden potential” is not for you, no hard feelings we can part as gentlemen. If, on the other hand, you want more out of your life, are tired of being who you are right now, a commitment to development is what you need.

And that change starts in your mind, take a pen and paper at the end of today and write down what you’ve thought about today, and then do the same at the end of tomorow, do it for a week and at the end of the week you’ll see on paper who you are, with a little insight you will form an understanding of why your life is the way it is. “an unexamined life is a life not worth living”.


The Fourth

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“The strongest single factor in prosperity consciousness is self-esteem: believing you can do it, believing you deserve it, believing you will get it.”

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