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16 Ways to Build Self-Confidence (Part 2)

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Here are 8 more confidence building decisions. If you didn’t read part one, where I discuss the first 8 of these 16 actions, you can access it here.  “Each time we face our fear, we gain strength, courage, and confidence in the doing.” – Theodore Roosevelt   16 Confidence Building Decisions   Decision #9: Take a Break from Work It takes faith for me to not engage in work for a full day, but when I do, it helps me. Stepping away from work helps you understand what’s really important. It motivates you to...

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16 Ways to Build Self-Confidence (Part 1)

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My confidence has taken a beating in recent years. I’ve had some low moments. Rebuilding my confidence comes down to making hard DECISIONS. Here are the actions I’m trying to take to believe in myself again. They will help you as well.    12 Confidence Building Decisions   Decision #1: Grow in Humility I can be filled with self-pity, focusing on how others are better than me. I can be arrogant, focusing on how I might be better or more successful than others. Both perspectives are INSANITY. I’m always at my best...

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10 Fun Ice Breakers for Work Meetings & Social Events

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If you lead or attend work meetings or social events, this information will help you. Ice breakers, to start off a meeting, can make a positive difference in the outcome. How Ice Breakers Help • By setting a positive tone for the meeting • They build team camaraderie • They set the stage for open and positive communication • You learn new and interesting things about your group • They can get people laughing (for the right reasons) I’ve led ice breakers for many business gatherings. Here are my 10 favorites. 10 Team Building Ice...

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How to Be Less Critical & More Encouraging

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I can be critical of others. That’s been my strategy for staying safe. With clients and strangers I’m encouraging, but with friends and family I can be a butt. If I’m critical, people stay away and don’t hurt me. It’s an unhealthy strategy, but it has served a purpose. Here are 5 relationship strategies helping me break this bad habit.   1. Count the Consequences Count the costs of being a critical person long term. How will this impact my relationships with family and friends? Play it forward 5 or 10 years and...

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Replace Your Mental Trash with Truth (Part 1)

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Mindsets are deeply, and often unconsciously, held beliefs about ourselves and the world. They form during our upbringing and further develop through life experiences, both good and bad. Our core beliefs can enhance our future or hinder it. Focusing on the truth helps us have the courage to be our best. Believing lies limits our potential. We can alter our core beliefs by identifying them, admitting they are inaccurate, and replacing them. “I’ve lived through some terrible things in my life, some of which actually happened.” –...

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A Transformational Self-Confidence Building Activity

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I have deeply rooted feelings of unworthiness. Even though I’ve had success in life, these feelings never totally go away. I have to fight them each day.  Many of my clients have a similar struggle with insecurity. They believe their value comes from their performance, just like I do. When they succeed, they get affirmation from others, and they feel loved. When they fail, or don’t achieve in some life area, the affirmation and perceived love stops. Getting your value from performing well, or the opinions of others, will always...

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20 Questions to Create a Positive Mindset

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We all have seasons in our lives when it’s very hard to be positive. Focusing on gratitude has helped me on my darkest days. It helps me get focused on what’s right rather than what’s wrong. What I FOCUS on the most, I MAGNIFY. “When I stopped living in the problem and began living in the answer, the problem went away.” – The Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous. Clients come to me stressed out over things outside their control. I ask questions to challenge their thinking. If I can get their mind focused on...

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How to Make Good Decisions (Part 2)

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You will make bad decisions in life and that’s OK. You’ll trust untrustworthy people. You will take the wrong job. An investment of time and money will go south. Will you follow up bad choices by learning and taking a better path? In How to Make Good Decisions (Part 1) I gave you 6 tools that have helped me. Here’s 6 more tools I find helpful. 6 More Decision Making Tools Tool #7: Analyze Your Bad Decisions Make a list of the 5 worst life choices and list a couple of reasons behind why you made these decisions. Was it made...

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How to Make Good Decisions (Part 1)

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Making decisions is one of the biggest challenges in life. People waste countless hours going back and forth in their heads. Getting stuck in indecision leads to lost opportunities, leadership failure, damaged relationships, and inner turmoil. Few things stress people out more than major choices, and few things bring as much relief as getting decisions made. With practice, you can improve your ability to make the best choice. Below are 6 tools to start using today. 2 Types of Decisions There are 2 types of decisions, major and minor. The...

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Reach Your Personal Goals in 2018 (Part 3)

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Here’s a goal setting activity I’ve used with dozens of clients. It takes no more than 15 minutes to complete. You can do it personally or with your team. Works great as a team building activity where everyone shares their results. With this task, I’ve found that most set the same goals in 15 minutes that they would if given 15 days. The time limit forces your mind to focus and your intuition to engage. Set a timer and trust your instincts. “The greater danger for most of us lies not in setting our aim too high and...

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