Positive Attitude Information

The Language of Confidence


The language we use programs our brains. Mastering our language gives us a great degree of mastery over our lives and our destinies.

Lessons From Anakin Skywalker: Making Better Choices Through Recognizing And Managing Our Fears


In the latest and final Star Wars saga, Anakin Skywalker makes the choice to surrender to the dark side of the force. Thus makes his transformation complete into the evil Darth Vader.

Peak Performance


Peak Performance. It means being at the top of your game, feeling supremely confident, feeling like everything you do is effortless and acheives its goal, feeling resilient and detached from the outcome, being in the flow, being in the zone, feeling relaxed, feeling happy and joyful, having a sense of clarity and certainty about everything that you do, feeling a sense of fullness in your life, indeed feeling fulfilled.

As A Man Thinketh...


"For as a man thinketh in his heart, so is he. As one who reckons, he says to you, eat and drink, yet his heart is not with you (but is grudging the cost).

Your Choice of Music can Shape Your Beliefs


Music is very powerful. The kind of music you listen to says a lot about who you are.

How To Live A Life Of No Problems


For most of us our lives are a problem which have to be solved. Everyday we wake up under the burden of new challenges facing us.

My Attitudes


"If you don't enjoy getting up and working and finishing your work and sitting down to a meal with family or friends, then the chances are you're not going to be happy. If someone bases his or her happiness or unhappiness on major events like a great new job, huge amounts of money, a flawlessly happy marriage or a trip to Paris, that person isn't going to be happy much of the time.

Managing Your OCD, Panic Attacks, and Obsessive Thoughts


There are times that we encounter fearful thoughts that can be difficult to manage. For some people, the more they try to get rid of the thoughts, the stronger the thoughts become and the more difficult they become to manage.

5 Proven Ways to Safely Make Positive Life Changes


One of the most important aspects of living a healthy and prosperous life is understanding "risk." By this I mean knowing how to understand and analyze situations in life that affect health.

Anger - The Truth Beneath


The other day one of my "challenging clients" and I were debating the appropriateness of anger. While maintaining my perspective, I was also enjoying listening to his commitment to anger.

Define Yourself With Confidence


As a trainer of coaches I often teach my students to move beyond the skill of coaching into the skill of self-trusting. Having great mastery of a specific skill is important, but without self-mastery all we become are manipulators of open-ended questions.

Quick Steps To Improve Your Performance Though Positive Self-Talk


Want to improve your personal performance? Positive self-talk can help.Edward W.

Let Go of Resentment


Maureen worked in an office with twenty other people, processing checks. She didn't particularly like her job, but she didn't particularly dislike it either.

Is Your Glass (Ceiling) Half Empty or Half Full?


The infamous "glass ceiling" is blamed for business issues for women from poor salaries to lack of corporate advancement. This invisible barrier holds many women captive in unpleasant work environments, settling for pay which is far below industry averages, accepting weak titles and agreeing to poor advancement opportunities.

Are Your ANTs Taking Over Your Life?


One of the first things that I work on with people having trouble with communication is to look at what and how they are communicating with themselves.It is very difficult to connect and communicate with others, if you are unable to connect and communicate with yourself.

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