Although you are calm most of the time, frequently you still have those moments when your frustration level seems to go sky high.
- Shut up!
- Be proactive
- Separate the essential fron non-negotiable
- Distract yourself
- Focus on another person in the room
You, and you alone, have the power to curb your frustration!
Try if Martina’s suggestions really work, after reading full article on: http://martinamcgowan.com/2012/11/7-curb-your-frustration/
A team of Japanese scientists have found scientific proof that people doing exercises appear to perform better when another person compliments them.
The team had previously discovered that the same area of the brain, the striatum, is activated when a person is rewarded a compliment or cash.
Their latest research suggests that when the striatum is activated, it seems to encourage the person to perform better during exercises.
Read more about this research on: http://goo.gl/v36H4
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David Schnurman, a passionate entrepreneur, in his post on Business Insider writes that if you have the right mindset and a positive attitude, there is no outside force that can stop you in your journey to success.
He suggests five resources to help you along that journey:
1. Inspirational YouTube Videos.
2. The Success Principles, by Jack Canfield.
3. The Secret, by Rhonda Byrne.
4. Regular Journaling.
5. Listen to Tony Robbins
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Happiness is the only true measure of personal success.
Therefore, Geoffrey James, writer of the “Sales Source” column on Inc.com, provides us nine small changes that we can make to our daily routine that will immediately increase the amount of happiness in our life.
- Start each day with expectation;
- Take time to plan and prioritize;
- Give a gift to everyone you meet;
- Deflect partisan conversations;
- Assume people have good intentions;
- Eat high quality food slowly;
- Let go of your results;
- Turn off “background” TV;
- End each day with gratitude.
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In his article “Empowering Leaders To Coach” Terry Klass states that leadership is essentially about cultivating the dreams of those around us. It is about helping individuals, creating a perfect path between them and providing the guidance and knowledge to set them free.
How leaders can empower themselves to coach and mentor others? What are some strategies and techniques to successful coaching? What does a culture of empowerment look like for everyone?
The ability to identify and understand another person’s feelings and challenges is the first step to empowering us to coach.
The second step in mentoring is asking how we can best support our coachee’s choices and challenges.
The third step in coaching others is remaining open-minded and non-judgmental- probably the most difficult of all.
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