Today’s motivational podcast episode from Confidence on the Go shares my five-step action plan for taking LASER ACTION in your life. Be the best you possible by letting your belief speak louder than your self-doubt. Action starts with a decision. Complete what you start. Trust your calling and your ability to learn as you take more and
CRUSHING THE BIG LIE.
Most of us are afraid to take action on our dreams because of the lies that we tell ourselves in our head. These lies don’t necessarily start consciously, but, if allowed to remain in our thought streams, they grow exponentially in power throughout our lives, causing us to cower from action and from the life
ACTION! THIS IS YOUR SIGN.
The only thing holding you back in life is you. You are the only one making any self-presumed assumptions as to whether or not you will fail or succeed at whatever it is that you want to do. Author Timothy Ferriss, an entrepreneurial genius, wrote in his book The 4-Hour Work Week that “the options
HAPPINESS IN ACTION (PART TWO).
Action may not always bring happiness; but there is no happiness without action. – Benjamin Disraeli One year ago today, I took action. Beautiful Body Bistro was birthed, with its first post entitled Happiness In Action, and my life has been a whirlwind of wonder ever since. The peaks and valleys of my past year
We are composites of the people that we meet and the experiences that we have, and there is great value in taking time to assess and note these major life influencers. It is through others that we are inspired, and if we have been truly impacted, then we are obligated to pass the inspiration
HUMAN LABEL MAKER.
We are more often defined by the labels that pervade our own minds than the labels given to us by those around us. Labels exist everywhere, however superficial and inappropriate they may be. Labels do not have to define us if we don’t want them to; a life free of labeled restriction is
SPIDER-ANTS TO ACTION.
I preach action, but fail to follow through myself sometimes. For a week now, ants have taken over my kitchen counters. Hundreds of tiny ants, busy as bees on a mission for their clan to profit from me. Three times now I have reassured my roommates over the past few days not to worry, that
BRING IT WITH A POW BRUCE LEE.
A life which does not go into action is a failure. – Arnold Toynbee There is a difference between action and movement, and ever since the Perform Better Summit last weekend in Rhode Island, I’ve done a lot of thinking about what exactly it is that sets apart some leaders from others. How does one