Self-limiting beliefs are the biggest hindrance to our true potential.
When you have goals, or you just want to get something done, the first battle often is fighting against these beliefs, which can sometimes use a lot of the motivation that would actually be better used to get the task done.
Continue reading “Be your crowd”
Trying to Passing my driving test, exposed me to some of the worst advice I ever received.
“You’ve failed your test, just book straight back onto it…”
this didn’t consider that I should reflect where I went wrong or find a better teacher – this resulted in a waste of time and money.
A Pattern of Failure…
The first time I took my driving test, it was a disaster. I had got myself all worked about passing my test that I was shaking before I even started. Continue reading “Learning how to drive”
I set some post mid year resolutions because I wanted to get my self-improvement goals back on track after a slump. I detail how I will go about achieving my goal using SMART objectives, with a contingency plan for if I am not able to do this
Why have I set this?
During my birthday I shared my Blackpool story with a mutual friend. They helped me reach peace with the endless guilt I had felt all those years.
I realised that generally – I carry my friends too much. I constantly find jobs for them to apply for that they never bother to do, I pay for drinks and meals because I make more money than them, which I only do because I am willing to work harder and I go out of my way to give them lifts. Continue reading “Stop looking after my friends so much”