Meet my friend Beatrice the Bunny. Ever since my dog Sasha passed away last year Beatrice has had the run of the yard. As I looked out the kitchen window early this morning I noticed how content she was nibbling away at some weeds and . Then, it happened, the the sprinklers came on right where she was eating. She froze. She put her ears back and went into defensive mode.
How often do you take the time to think about what you want in life? Have you defined what being successful means to you? If you haven’t defined it yet, how do you expect to get there? One of the things I’ve learned from studying the brain, human behavior and our ability to create and reach our goals is that it is much simpler than we make it.
Have you ever taken a minute to define what success is…to you? The definition of suceess from an early age is determined by those in authority; our teachers, parents, grandparents or the baby sitter. Learned success from an early age can carry with it a lot of judgment
The first month of 2014 is nearly over. Did you set your goals for the year? Have you started working toward the goals you set so you can reach December 31st proud of what you’ve accomplished this year?
The concept of resolutions is merely a way of saying, “Gee, I hope I can do this,” or “I’m going to try to do this.” Both of these statements are disempowering. By using the word “try” you’ve already programmed your subconscious mind to believe that you are going to fail.