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Success skills for life are found in the listening. Pay attention to the silent messages that can not be heard on the surface. Listen around the noise and you’ll hear a richness and resonance that can’t be found in the chatter.
The answers are all there. Everything you have done, felt, seen, tasted and touched holds a moment of truth. Success is in that moment and the next. Each moment savored.
Listen and learn. Look back at the options you had in every circumstance and evaluate them now–not from a critical eye but from a kind heart.
Look inside yourself and decide what will be right for you now. Follow that path.
The answers are already in us—we just need to listen.
Are you seeking ways to nurture your personal growth? Continuing education, conferences, DVD/CD programs and coaching are all great ways to improve yourself—but don’t neglect looking inside yourself first.
The difficult questions and the best answers lie within you. If you’re committed to self-development review the following key factors and note where you might be falling short.
Be Responsible – Ask yourself if you own up to every action, every word and every thought you make. Do you give away responsibility with language peppered with “There was a lot of traffic. . .” or “There’s nothing I can do about it.”
Tell the Truth – This isn’t so easy, is it? Tell the truth walks hand-in-hand with being responsible to form a base of integrity. For one full day, pay attention to every slight falsehood you utter.
Show Up – Are you “present” in each moment and with each person you encounter? Show up for yourself, your kids, your clients and everyone else. This doesn’t mean that you give yourself away or spread yourself too thin.
Work Hard – Working smart usually doesn’t come until after you’ve worked hard to get smart enough to work smarter!
Be Coachable – Keep your ears wide open and your mouth closed. Ask for and listen to feedback. Act accordingly.
Play Well with Others – Self explanatory. You don’t have to be friends with everyone but you do need to know how to get along with others. Everyone does not think the same way that you do. Learn to communicate in the way others want to be communicated with, not just the way you like to communicate.
Don’t Get Sick – “Well, that’s not in my control” . . . I can hear it now. Practice good health and take care of your appearance everyday. Do the things you know are good for and let go of the habits that are killing you. Start by adding one good habit and release one harmful habit, rather than trying to change everything at once. If you do get sick, take immediate steps to get well quickly. Avoid making others ill—wash your hands frequently and stay home if you need to.
Get Real – Practice getting truthful with yourself and you’ll develop awareness. Awareness is the ability to see yourself and your intentions before you act. This alone will change your life.
Personal growth is a life-long process. Embrace the challenges and go with the flow rather than fight change.
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Live Your Life Out Loud: 30 Ways to Get Started
Today’s article by Sonya Derian, owner/founder of Om Freely
“If you ask me what I came to do in this world, I will tell you, I came to Live Out LOUD.” ~Émile Zola
1. Live your life on purpose. Not on “DEFAULT “. Be Proactive. Make conscious and deliberate choices. When you don’t choose, circumstances choose for you and you are never leading: you are following or catching up, or worse, living in “default” mode. Instead, make a decision to be the leader in your own life and take front and center. Lead.
2. Utilize your full potential. Give what you’re doing your best and fullest attention. Be here now. Even if you’re not where you want to be, giving it half your effort doesn’t move you forward. Master what you have at hand, for the sake of mastering it, and something will shift. Give it what you’ve got.
3. Overcome your fear. Get out of your comfort zone. Find out you have a pulse. Let something give you butterflies in your stomach. This is how you know you’re alive – how you grow into something new. Every fear overcome is a freedom gained. The less afraid you are,the more room you have to play. Consider that you live in a huge mansion with 35 rooms but you only live in 3 of the rooms because the rest of the house is dark. Go in and open all the lights. Unveil the darkness and you have a bigger house to play in. Don’t know how to overcome fear? Do the thing you’re afraid of. Cross them off the list. Make it a game. Pretty soon, you will be invincible. Living a life out loud, is living a life of freedom. Living a life of freedom is good.
There are probably hundreds of confidence building products out there on the internet today, yet it’s difficult to find one that addresses every important issue there is to know about building confidence effectively. Some may assure you that building confidence is as easy as following a 3-step program, others may claim to have you confident and raring to go within 3 days or 3 hours.
The first time I stumbled upon Peak Confidence, I thought it may have been one of those rehashed confidence building books that wasn’t worth another second of my time. But having read the free report provided, I thought that it provided an interesting perspective on confidence building, and the visualization techniques in the report were quite enlightening.
I was convinced by the free report to give Peak Confidence a go. The free report contained techniques I found valuable so I thought the entire course was worth a try.
And you know what? Read more
Confidence is often the first thing we notice about someone. We might think its body parts that get attention (and sometimes that’s true) but confidence has more impact.
Confidence is the energy that tells the world you are self-assured and self-reliant.
Confidence is not arrogance. Arrogance is about self-importance whereas confidence is about making others feel important while retaining a high level of self-respect.
Entrepreneurs, coaches, consultants and small business owners need a high level of confidence to succeed. A sense of overall confidence keeps you going when faced with challenges.
Confidence is having freedom from doubt…and that’s sweet!