91). Turbo Charge Your Personal Development By : Accountability Guy
You have just purchased your next personal development program / book and now what do you do? They say only 10% of the people even get past the first CD/ Tape/ chapter, let alone finish.
Would you like to know how to get at least 90% more from all of the personal development programs you have just purchased? And no, I won’t tell you t...
92). The Ungiven Gift By : Rick Beneteau
He was pencil thin and walked with a limp. A thirteen year-old boy with huge yearning eyes who was always an unlucky patient on the children's floor of the hospital where my youngest daughter was all too often incarcerated.
Curtis had sickle cell anemia, an incurable, painful and terminal disease that plagues young people of African de...
93). IMPROVING SELF ESTEEM WITH AFFIRMATIONS AND THERAPEUTIC RELAXATION MUSIC By : Dr Harry Henshaw
Positive self-esteem is very important for our general health and wellness as human beings. Having positive self-esteem is also important for promoting any type of healing, whether physical, emotional or spiritual. Poor or low self-esteem on the other hand can be quite detrimental to our well-being and even our very existence. Negative self-esteem ...
94). Connecting the Past and the Present: Healing Abandonment and Abuse through Awareness By : Linda Joy Myers
Many people I work with in therapy or in my writing-as-healing classes discover stories that surprise them—stories about the mistakes they felt their parents made, power imbalances in the family, or stories about physical or sexual abuse. The darker stories are often a surprise: when writers sat down to write, those issues were not directly on thei...
95). Taking Yourself Too Seriously? - Suggestions for Reclaiming Your Perspective By : Judy Ringer
"We can change our circumstances by a mere change of our attitude." - William James, 19th Century American psychologist and philosopher
I've noticed I often take myself, my work, and my life way too seriously. I blow events out of proportion, demand perfection, and generally behave as if my needs are at the center of everything...
96). Einstein's Creative Wisdom: Dr. YKK Quotes By : Dr. YKK
“It is my conviction that killing under the cloak of war is nothing but an act of murder.”
“Great spirits have always encountered violent opposition from mediocre minds.”
“Never regard your study as a duty, but as the enviable opportunity to learn to know the liberating influence of beauty in the realm of the spirit for yo...
97). Meditation: A Path To Inner Peace By : Gwen Nyhus Stewart
Throughout history, meditation has been an integral part of many cultures. Records indicate that meditation was practiced in ancient Greece and India more than 5,000 years ago. In the Buddhist religion, meditation is an important part of their spiritual practice. Different forms of meditation are practiced in China and Japan, and Christianity, Juda...
98). Stammering And Stuttering By : blueboy
Stammering or as it is sometimes known as stuttering is a form of speech impediment.
My name is Stephen Hill and I had a stammer for eighteen years. I went to various types of speech therapy which even though was of some use, never really offered me any hope of a "cure".
At the age of twenty two, after a lot of hard work I...
99). Fear Of Public Speaking By : blueboy
Social Phobia is an irrational anxiety brought forth by exposure to certain social situations, leading to avoidance behaviour.
Specific Phobia is a persistent and irrational fear in response to some specific stimulus, which commonly results in avoidance of/withdrawal from that stimulus. It could be triggered by an insect or animal (zoo...
100). Boosting Self Confidence and Self Esteem for a Better You By : Hector Milla
Without any cause for a debate or argument, everybody would agree that with a little bit more self confidence and self esteem a person can elevate his self worth. He or she can become a better person with more belief in his or her self. You can see the world in a whole new perspective and your self confidence is a big factor in this change.
101). Getting Help For Your Panic Attacks And Other Anxieties By : Stan Popovich
Are you having trouble getting rid of your panic attacks and other anxiety related problems? It is not easy to manage your anxieties, however here are some techniques a person can use to help conquer their panic attacks and other anxiety related symptoms.
The first step is that you should talk to a professional who can get you started ...
102). Looking Back to Move Forward By : BonnieM
Another year is over. Take a moment to reflect on the past years.Start with an honest evaluation of your accomplishments, successes and failures.
Welcome the new year with a celebration of the past. Whatever challenges you faced last year, you are here to face another year. You are inspired and ready to tackle new endeavours, explore n...
103). Do Not Let Your Anxieties Get The Better Of You In The Business World By : Stan Popovich
When doing business, do not let your anxieties get the best of you in the business world. It is important to know how to handle your anxieties and stresses. As a result, here is a list of techniques and suggestions on what to do in managing your business related stresses and anxieties.
When facing a current or upcoming task that overwh...
104). Fear Of Heights By : blueboy
Psychiatry identifies three different categories of phobia:
Agoraphobia is a fear of open spaces. It is also a fear of having a panic attack in a public place, of losing control in an area from which escape may prove difficult or embarrassing.
Social Phobia is an irrational anxiety brought forth by exposure to certain soci...
105). Mental Muscle Memory By : Edward Mills
When I was actively training at the Karate Dojo, every workout included time spent repeating individual techniques over and over and over and . . . well you get the idea. We would stand in a circle and count off by tens and twenties, punches, chops and kicks, as the Sensei and senior students came around correcting our form. During one of these ses...
106). Living The Dream --- Yours Or Theirs? By : Kim Olver
I know people in my life who when asked how are things going, will reply, “I’m living the dream.” Can you say the same? If you could, what would it mean?
As far back as Sigmund Freud, psychologists have been saying that there are two major areas in a person’s life---love and work. When you are “living the dream,” you will be able to sa...
107). When A Technique Doesn't Work Try Another In Managing Your Fears By : Stan Popovich
What do you do when you try to manage your fears and it doesn’t work the first time around? The answer is that you try again with other techniques that might be more effective. Here are some things that a person should consider when managing their fears and anxieties.
The person struggling with the anxiety must realize that managing an...
108). Gatekeeping, Your Brains Ultimate Secretary By : Maria Boomhower The Master Communicator
Picture a secretary or assistant in your brain. This assistant is going to decide what information to allow through to your conscious brain. They are the gatekeepers of information. Their job is important, as an overwhelming amount of information is thrown at you daily and you’d go crazy if it all came to you on a conscious level.
109). Anxiety Is A Thief By : Martin Myers
Have you ever experienced anxiety? I wouldn’t hesitate to say that out of 100 adults surveyed, all 100 would tell you they have experienced some form of anxiety. Anxiety is a normal part of our existence. In the early years of man, anxiety and adrenalin served the purpose of keeping us alert to approaching danger. This kept us alive. Today, the anx...
110). Changing Beliefs of TV's Celebrity Big Brother Contestants By : Adam Eason
Ok, ok, so I admit it, I have watched one or two episodes of celebrity big brother on the TV here in the UK in past couple of weeks. I am not a reality game show fanatic, however, I find it fascinating.
One thing that I have found fascinating is how different people react to others just because of what they believed before they entere...
111). Manifesting Success or Failure! By : MikeP
As we stand back an look at life, have you ever wonder why some do some don't? Why some people have things and others don't. Is it fate or is it action? The manifistation of success can't be fate. It has to be action or the lack of. If you sit back and do nothing, nothing is accomplished. Success is a state of mind that becomes a reality. Why? Beca...
112). Becoming A Student Of Life By : Wendy Betterini
One of the habits that has served me well throughout my life is keeping the mind-set of a student. I've always had an insatiable curiosity about a wide variety of topics, and I'm usually reading several books during the same time period. I've read about some really fascinating things, like quantum physics, and some really cheesy things, like romanc...
113). Food, Anxiety and Depression By : Margaret Paul, Ph. D.
In our current society, there are many factors that can cause or contribute to anxiety and depression. Certainly money and work problems, relationship and family issues, as well as illness and loss of loved ones are major contributors to anxiety and depression. Also, how we feel about ourselves and treat ourselves contribute greatly to how we feel....
114). As I Lay Me Down To Sleep … By : Jason E Johns
What do you do before you go to sleep at night?
I don’t mean brush your teeth and change into your nice blue pyjamas with the little white sheep on.
I mean what do you do in your head?
Do you think about anything specific? The next day? The day you’ve just got through?
Or do you tap into an incred...
115). Managing Loneliness By : Margaret Paul, Ph. D.
My experience from 37 years of counseling individuals and couples is that most of the problems from which people suffer stem from how they handle the events of life, rather than the events themselves.
Certainly traumatic and tragic events such as loss of loved ones, financial loss, and health issues are extremely challenging. However, ...
116). Ambitions By : CD Mohatta
I aim to become the president of my country. I have the object of becoming the greatest scientist. I will one day be the richest person in the world. I aim to and so goes the list of ambitions of people. Nobody remembers that the final goal for each one of us is going back to earth. Let us talk more about ambitions.
Are ambitions good ...
117). Please Listen, don't Just Hear Me By : Barbara White
“One of the greatest gifts you can give to anyone is the gift of attention."
-- Jim Rohn
Did you know that there is quite a difference between listening and hearing?
Hearing is receiving sounds and communication. We hear all the time, but are not always aware of everything we hear because we are not listening. To lis...
118). Alcohol And Substance Abuse Will Not Take Away Your Fears By : Stan Popovich
It is not easy to deal with our fears and anxieties however trying to avoid them through Alcohol or other substances will not work. Avoiding your fears and anxieties will not make them go away. Your fears and anxieties will always be there. The best way to deal with your fears is to find effective ways to overcome them. As a result, here are some t...
119). Grief & Loss By : Kim Olver
Have you ever lost someone close to you to death? We go through a grief process that was best described by Elizabeth Kublar-Ross in On Death and Dying. In it she talks about the five stages that people go through---denial and isolation; anger; bargaining; depression and finally acceptance. The dying, as well as those who love them, go through these...
120). How Do You Define Success? By : Deanna Mascle
"Success isn't a result of spontaneous combustion. You must set yourself on fire."
~Arnold H. Glasow
This really is a great quote. Not only is it interesting but also inspiring.
One of the truths that I find most frustrating as a teacher and a coach is that many people believe that success, in whatever field of endea...
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