Month: January 2015


31 Jan, 2015 , , , , ,

I’m very, very big on taking action now. What’s the point of having a goal and a dream and a desire for something if you never get around to accomplishing it. So, I am so convinced that if you just take action, start little by little but take that action now, then you can accomplish […]

Self-love and self-esteem

27 Jan, 2015 , , ,

Self-love and self-esteem are closely bonded to each other. When you don’t believe in your abilities, your value or your worth, your mind cannot respond in the opposite way. Your mind will go in the direction of your dominant thoughts. If you don’t feel good enough, you will likely live a life to confirm these beliefs. […]

Taking Action

24 Jan, 2015 , , , ,

Taking Action. This is probably the most important step out of anything that I teach about, because if you don’t do anything with it, it doesn’t do you a bit of good. So, if you have ever set a goal that you haven’t accomplished, or you know what you want in life but you’re not […]

If you don’t love yourself, you will not be able to love anyone else.

21 Jan, 2015 ,

If one of your friends or co-workers made a mistake, would you berate this person by calling her an idiot or making her feel worse? Of course you wouldn’t. You know she’s only human, and we all make mistakes. You’d likely tell her not to worry about it and console her to make her feel […]

Have Something to Share to Help Someone Else

18 Jan, 2015 , , ,

Personal experience can help your readers a lot. As you speak from experience, the truth is hard-hitting and readers can empathize with your situation. If you have been searching for something to improve yourself and you relate the same to your readers, they may try the same and gain in the course. When you are […]

A Means To An End

17 Jan, 2015

Once you’ve identified what’s holding you back, then it’s time to practice discipline and motivation. Discipline and motivation are so vital to overcoming procrastination. If you think of anyone you consider to be really successful, and if you ask them how they manage to continuously work on their goals and how they never stop until […]

what can we do about it?

15 Jan, 2015 ,

“So, Michelle, I know you’ve told us all the things that procrastinators do, but what can we do about it?” Well, I talk a lot about this in my book, “Busy Being Busy” and I do suggest that you take a closer look at what might be causing it. There may be some real legitimate […]

The Self-Esteem Barometer

12 Jan, 2015

If we allow our level of self-esteem to depend on circumstances, from one moment to the next it can soar upward or zoom down toward the lowest reading on our self-esteem barometer. Johnny just scored the winning goal in a soccer game, so he may have very high self-esteem after the game. However, Johnny’s self-esteem […]

Choose a Subject (Fact Or Fiction)

9 Jan, 2015 , ,

If you passionate about a particular subject it helps you to be motivated and write the book. More surprisingly, the passion enables you to increase your patience and tenacity. Added benefit is your experience in the matter you choose to write. Passion and experience together makes your book perfect. How? Well, with passion only, you […]

Real procrastinators tell themselves five lies

6 Jan, 2015

it’s easy to tell whether you’re a real procrastinator, and this comes from a study done by the psychology professors from DePaul University, and I love this. Real procrastinators tell themselves five lies, and I want you to listen to see if you fit into any of these five lies. Number one, real procrastinators overestimate […]

There is no price tag to our worth

3 Jan, 2015

We cannot place a price tag on our worth. This is just a way of demonstrating that whenever we measure ourselves against someone else’s standards, our “flaws” or “scars” immediately become apparent. I’m sure many of you, like me, have “scars” that make us feel that our value is less than it should be. Maybe […]

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