Take My Advice, I’m Not Using It!

If the problems I am dealing with were someone else’s problems, I would have great advice to give. Intellectually, I know good actions to take. Why don’t I take my own effing advice!? Apparently, I’m not alone in this struggle. Dan Ariely is a  behavioral economist, best-selling author and advice columnist for The Wall Street … Read more

You Can’t Deny Your Shadows

Every person has parts of themselves that they’d rather not admit or accept. These are personality shadows, or things you don’t like to bring to light. Repressing or disowning certain qualities in yourself creates more of that quality. Conversely, when you acknowledge the quality you free yourself from it. It’s a general rule that all … Read more

Become Securely Decisive and Successful

How to be decisive

According to Bob Proctor, decisiveness is one of the characteristics of successful people. He claims that successful people make decisions quickly, and change them slowly, while others make decisions slowly and change them quickly. I believe anyone can learn to be more decisive, and that decisiveness helps to build a positive self-image because it builds … Read more

Where You To?

George Street Stairs Newfoundland

In this post, we’ll discuss 4 money mindsets, overcoming obstacles and limiting beliefs, and using future pacing for lasting motivation and personal change. “Where you to” is a colourful expression from Newfoundland, Canada that means, where are you going?” It’s an important question to ask. It’s important to know where you are, figure out where … Read more

Boost Self-Image & Overcome Your Set-Points

You have “set points” in your brain, like setting a thermostat. Your set point is your comfort zone, and it operates automatically based on your self-image. Self Image Definition Your self image is what you believe about yourself at a deep, unconscious level. What you believe about yourself becomes true. Your brain will literally filter … Read more