“I’m unlovable, I’m not worthy, I don’t matter, I am not deserving, I’m not enough, I’m Stupid, I am ugly, I’m a failure, I’m weak.” Any of these thoughts sound familiar? These Negative Core Beliefs can present challenges in all areas of your life! Bonnie Kelly takes you through her incredible life story and transformation so that you too can transform the negative beliefs that are holding you back!
Would you like to end your own suffering? Suffering comes in many forms: Anxiety, bitterness, frustration, depression, worry, annoyance and hate just to name a few! Byron Katie uses “The Work” to help YOU wake up to your own suffering and shows you how to actively work to end it. This book is very special to me personally. I first read Loving What Is when I was 18. Ameya was a newborn and I had just left an abusive relationship. It was one of the most emotionally challenging time of my life. Loving What Is became a beacon of light, guiding me back to my true self. YOU too, can experience life-enhancing changes by using “The Work” in your life!
If you’re a perfectionist, you probably attribute your achievements to your perfectionist ways. Don’t worry you don’t have to STOP being a perfectionist. Today you will learn to be a Healthy Perfectionist, an Optimalist, instead of a chronically stressed out Negative Perfectionist.
This is one of my all time favorite books! YOU cannot go wrong by adhering to the 4 agreements. Get ready to learn what they are and how to implement them in your life!
To help us understand Emotional Intelligence Goleman writes “In a sense we have two brains, two minds – and two different kinds of intelligence: rational and emotional. How we do in life is determined by both – it is not just IQ, but emotional intelligence that matters..” You may be the smartest person in the room but if you can’t control your temper, and work well with others; or your plagued by anxiety and fear you can only go so far.
Sometimes we get everything we SAY we want yet we are still unhappy! This book helps you refocus your attention to create the life you desire filled with joy and happiness.
Carol Dweck, Ph.D is a Stanford Professor and one of the world’s leading authorities on the science of motivation. She tells us that our “mindset”—how we see the world—determines a *huge* part of our overall happiness and well-being and achievement. In this Note, we’ll explore the difference between a “fixed mindset” and a “growth mindset” and some Big Ideas on why we want to learn how to live from a growth mindset. And, of course, how to do it!