Thinking you’re stupid all the time is a nightmare. Early ideas about you can sometimes stick. If you were brainwashed into thinking you never had anything to say and were stupid when you were a child maybe that conditioning is spoiling life for you now. We humans like to think we are right even when being ‘right’ means holding onto limiting and damaging beliefs about you. In order to really begin to recognize your own intelligence and positive mental qualities you will have to let go of ‘having to be right’ about your being stupider than you really are.
People who automatically feel they are stupid will be selective with the evidence that life presents to them about themselves. For example if they do well at something they might say: ‘Well anybody could have done that!’ They might give the credit for their own intelligence to other people by saying: ‘Well that went well because Lucy or George really helped me it wouldn’t have worked without their help.
So strong is the early brainwashing that they are dumb that their mind tries to maintain the early conditioning by ‘making excuses’ for any evidence that doesn’t fit the ‘I’m stupid’ label. Its important for future happiness and success to leave this habit behind and soon. Because if we truly believe we are stupid and others think we are we may subconsciously start to act more stupidly producing a self-fulfilling prophecy. Self concepts can actually mold our behavior.
Living with limiting ideas about ourselves means we live in more restricted ways than we need to. Maybe someone told you that you were stupid and you believed them because you were young or they have some authority. Perhaps you have applied black or white simplistic standards to yourself and this perfectionist approach has left you, inevitably, feeling you are no good.
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Boosting Your Self Esteem Because youre Worth It! People generally show great respect for those who take a pride in looking smart, having a tidy house, a well tended garden, well behaved children, doing a good job and so forth. When we are complimented by others about such things it makes us feel good about ourselves. So why should we not give ourselves a pat on the back for what is significant to us in the way of achievement our own personal self esteem booster. This could be particularly valuable for those times in our lives when we dont seem to be receiving (or maybe are just not hearing) praise from others; when we are finding it really difficult to think well of ourselves on any front. Confidence and self esteem may be low because we are going through a hard time, feeling depressed and have let things slide a bit, are in a family or work situation where we are taken for granted or constantly put down or, perhaps, our whole upbringing has just never allowed us to feel good about ourselves. If this sounds like you, now is the time to begin to boost your own self esteem and develop your confidence.
Make a start today by looking at yourself in the mirror. Look yourself over – eyes, hair, figure, smile, complexion, hands, feet and so forth – and pick out your best feature. Then, looking yourself straight in the eye, say out loud:- you have a fantastic and smile. Remember these words throughout the day and each time you think of them smile!
Ultimately you will be able to take more control of your life, have the confidence to make good decisions for yourself, to believe that you are important enough for your actions to count, to feel truly valued for who you are and what you do.
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Yoga Nidra is a great way to unwind as it induces complete relaxation in the body, mind and emotions. Yogic sleep is another term for this exercise; however, it is not typical sleep. Indeed, the eyes remain closed and the person may be lying down and senses are withdrawn but the awareness remains on body and breath. With todays hectic pace of lifestyle, it can be hard to find time to undertake yet another activity. Knowing that the benefits of Yoga Nidra are significant for the whole body inside and out, it makes sense to incorporate it into a regular routine. This deep relaxation is best done with voice guidance (in class or from teacher or audio recording) so that the conscious thinking mind can let go as the person simply follows the instructions.
Wait at least an hour after a large meal before practicing Yoga Nidra. An ideal time to do this relaxation is when experiencing a natural dip in energy. For some people this may be in the afternoon. The best time to practice without distractions may be before sunrise or sunset.
If possible, dedicate an area of the home to the Yoga Nidra and relaxation practice, keeping a mat, cushions and blanket nearby to save time. Provide a safe and comfortable environment free of distractions before practicing Yoga Nidra, and do the following:
Turn the telephone off.
Check the room is a comfortable temperature and free of interruptions.
Darken the room.
Avoid stimulating noise and other outside distractions.
If the yoga teacher remains in the room to guide the Yoga Nidra, the teacher should remain seated and still.
Many people respond well to some level of routine and structure. To create a new habit, introducing a new regular activity will take discipline, time and repetition.
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If one is interested in learning how to write a song, they must take help from online. More and more aspiring songwriters, musicians and even experienced songwriters are making use of online songwriting lessons and courses.
There are some important steps for writing songs: Stop thinking about writing songs, and start writing songs. Peoples daydream about being on stage and hearing the roar of the crowd. Only trouble is, gee whiz, they are dreaming their life away. If they want to write a really good song, they are going to have to work for it.
Listen actively to a lot of music. Good writers read books. Good songwriters listen to songs. As people listen, think about what they like about a song. Get technical. People don’t have to have a degree in music theory to write a good song, but they should have an understanding of how songs are built. There are infinite ways to structure a song, but there’s a common sequence found in most of them.
Set the mood. Make sure peoples music fits the story. If it is sad, then they may want their melody to evoke sadness (by slowing it down or adding some minor chords, for example) or they might want to add a twist and combine sad lyrics to upbeat music in order to create a sense of tension and ambiguity.
Say something. A song can get by with poor lyrics and one have a better chance of writing a really good song if their lyrics are great. This does not mean they have to be serious, but they should not be cliché or ho-hum. Write own lyrics as though they are talking to somebody who they want to impress or to someone toward whom they feel some sort of deep emotion.
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Writer’s block is a condition, associated with writing as a profession, in which an author loses the ability to produce new work. The condition varies widely in intensity. It can be trivial, a temporary difficulty in dealing with the task at hand. At the other extreme, some “blocked” writers have been unable to work for years on end, and some have even abandoned their careers. It can manifest as the affected writer viewing their work as inferior or unsuitable, when in fact it could be the opposite.
Writer’s block may have many causes. Some are essentially creative problems that originate within an author’s work itself. A writer may run out of inspiration. The writer may be greatly distracted and feel they may have something that needs to be done before hand. A project may be fundamentally misconceived, or beyond the author’s experience or ability. A fictional example can be found in George Orwell’s novel Keep The Aspidistra Flying, in which the hero Gordon Comstock struggles in vain to complete an epic poem describing a day in London: “It was too big for him, that was the truth. It had never really progressed, it had simply fallen apart into a series of fragments.
Other blocks, especially the more serious kind, may be produced by adverse circumstances in a writer’s life or career: physical illness, depression, the end of a relationship, financial pressures, a sense of failure. The pressure to produce work may in itself contribute to a writer’s block, especially if they are compelled to work in ways that are against their natural inclination, too fast or in some unsuitable style or genre. In some cases, writer’s block may also come from feeling intimidated by a previous big success, the creator putting on themselves a paralyzing pressure to find something to equate that same success again.
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To bring a novel from inception to publication can take two or three years. Publishers have to think ahead. So does the smart writer. Don’t waste your time trying to cash in on today’s hits. Write the novel you’re burning to write, and make it as good as you possibly can. There is only one rule: don’t bore your reader. If you’ve never written a novel before, you would be wise to complete your manuscript before you approach the market. In today’s fast moving publishing world, few editors and agents are willing to work with a new author on the basis of an outline and sample. You have to be able to show you can deliver what you promise.
Writing a book is a great way to position you to charge higher fees, create additional income streams and go on more vacations. A book will expand your exposure, add credibility and increase your opportunities for adventure. Here are 4 dreamy reasons you should write a book now:
Write a book now; for now is better than later. Kill procrastination by acting now. Read a book about book writing. Sketch out your book writing plan.
Write a book and go places you’ve never gone. At the least, your book will travel to countries and places you’ve never gone. Better yet, add speaking about your book’s topic to your list of services and watch new doors and opportunities for you open.
Write a book and create multiple income streams. Don’t just plan a one book event but plan a series of books. It’s important to expand your thinking to the possibilities after your book is published.
Write a book and become famous. Grow your name to fame. Write a book filled with success experiences that motivate your audience to give more, do more or share more. Share your experiences to inspire your audience.
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It’s natural for parents to look out for the well being of their children and actively seek to protect them from harm. This is an important survival instinct on which the success of our species depends. But the very strength of instinctive drives can also render them overpowering – sometimes to the point where they become counterproductive. In the case of parental worry, this can lead to molly-coddled children who miss out on the opportunity to develop their own survival and independence skills. But it can also lead to stressed out parents and stressed out parents find it harder to make wise parenting decisions. The Worry Less About Your Children Hypnosis Script from The Script Collection was developed to help parents who realize that their over-concern for their children is having a negative impact on themselves as well as their children, and who seek a more balanced, objective approach. The pre-talk looks at the factors that lead to an escalation in unwarranted worry, and at what is necessary to bring worry responses down to a safe level. The induction leads the client through a kind of primer on instinctual learning, helping them understand how they learn better as they relax more. The client then undergoes an experiential balancing process where they discover how to re-align aspects of themselves which have gone out of kilter. This will help them to naturally worry less about their children and allow them to be calmer and more objective in many other situations too.
So it’s clearly very valuable to be able to take control over one’s parental anxiety levels and manage them so that you can be concerned for your children in a healthy, constructive way. It’s not about being an irresponsible parent who doesn’t care. It’s about knowing when to fret and when not to, and being able to do either, as appropriate.
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Workplace bullying, like childhood bullying, is the tendency of individuals or groups to use persistent aggressive or unreasonable behavior against a co-worker or subordinate. Workplace bullying can include such tactics as verbal, nonverbal, psychological, physical abuse and humiliation. This type of aggression is particularly difficult because unlike the typical forms of school bullying, workplace bullies often operate within the established rules and policies of their organization and their society. Bullying in the workplace is in the majority of cases reported as having been perpetrated by management and takes a wide variety of forms:
Regular threats of dismissal
Any form of undermining behaviour
Credit for work attributed to others
Denial of promotion or training opportunities
Quick to criticism and slow praise
Statistics from the 2007 WBI-Zogby survey show that 13% of U.S. employees are currently bullied, 24% have been bullied in the past and 12% witness workplace bullying. Nearly half of all American workers (49%) have been affected by workplace bullying, either being a target themselves or having witnessed abusive behavior against a co-worker.
Although socio-economic factors may play a role in the abuse, researchers from the Project for Wellness and Work-Life suggest that “workplace bullying, by definition, is not explicitly connected to demographic markers such as sex and ethnicity”. Because 1 in 10 employees experiences workplace bullying, the prevalence of this issue is cause for great concern, even as initial data about this issue are reviewed.
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Working mother are those women who are working and also at the same time they are the mother of a child. Working mothers are facing many problems in all types of society, but at the same time they need to maintain lots of thing.
Few decades before it is said that woman are only for doing the stuffs of housewife and they will have the only reorganization and that is they are housewife. But things are quite change in this 21st century. Now woman are going for work wheatear she is the mother of her child. No doubt it is a very good sign of a society but for many people of this world saying that a woman should not need to go for job. These people are always opposed the way of the mothers to go for job. But still the number of working mother is increasing.
After the birth of the child a working mother gets a vacation from her organization. This vacation is helpful for the mothers but not enough. Mothers need to have more vacation as if they can care their child perfectly at least for 10 months to 12 months.
Working mothers are needed to be more effective. The reasons are they need to maintain their office, their family and also importantly her child. Sometimes it is become so hard for the woman to maintain everything. In those time it is said by the male person of the family is to leave the job. But during that time it is more important to help the women to take care her child than giving these types of suggestion.
It is said, that if the mother of a family is perfect and the family will be perfect. So it is very important to help the mother to do her job perfectly as if she can do her work and also can maintain her job perfectly.
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Workaholic is a person who is addicted to work. The term does not always imply that the person actually enjoys his work; it can imply that he simply feels compelled to do it. There is no generally accepted medical definition of such a condition, although some forms of stress, obsessive-compulsive personality disorder and obsessive-compulsive disorder can be work-related. Workaholism is not the same as working hard. Despite logging in an extraordinary amount of hours and sacrificing their health and loved ones for their jobs, workaholics are frequently ineffective employees.
Although the term workaholic usually has a negative connotation, it is sometimes used by people wishing to express their devotion to one’s career in positive terms. The “work” in question is usually associated with a paying job, but it may also refer to independent pursuits such as sports, music and art. A workaholic in the negative sense is popularly characterized by a neglect of family and other social relations.
Clinical researcher Professor Bryan Robinson identifies two axes for workaholics: work initiation and work completion. He associates the behavior of procrastination with both “Savoring Workaholics and “Attention-Deficit Workaholics” – those with high work initiation and low work completion, in contrast to “Bulimic” and “Relentless” workaholics – both of whom have high work completion.
Workaholics feel the urge of being busy all the time, to the point that they often perform tasks that aren’t required or necessary for project completion. As a result, they tend to be inefficient workers, since they focus on being busy, instead of focusing on being productive. In addition, workaholics tend to be less effective than other workers because it’s difficult for them to be team players, they have trouble delegating or entrusting co-workers, or they take on so much that they aren’t as organized as others. Furthermore, workaholics often suffer sleep deprivation which results in impaired brain and cognitive function.
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