Posts Tagged ‘negative’

2009 – How Was It For You?

Saturday, December 12th, 2009

As the year draws to a close, many mums will be finding that their schedule is becoming more and more hectic. Does your ‘to-do’ list look a little something like this?

  • Make the Christmas cake
  • Order the turkey
  • Find an angel outfit for Alice’s nativity
  • Find a suitable teacher’s gift for less than £5
  • Dissuade the kids from spending too much on their friends’ Christmas presents
  • Find a suitable Secret Santa present for the boss…
  • Review savings for Christmas presents
  • Write Christmas cards
  • Ask Aunty Nell what colour slippers she would like this year
  • Buy de-icer
  • Fix windscreen crack before the frost comes

… and on it goes! (more…)

Believe You Can!

Monday, May 25th, 2009

Trying to achieve life-long ambitions can be a long, challenging and very rewarding occupation. However, many of us often sabotage our own success by fostering limiting beliefs and negative thoughts that diminish confidence and lessen self-esteem.

Success can only be achieved by adopting a positive attitude. Believing you can succeed will empower you to give your very best to accomplishing your goals. Always remember, whether you think you can or can’t, you are right.

Set yourself some personal goals: things you really want to achieve. Write them down and keep them to hand at all times to provide a positive focus. Now, consider all the negative thoughts and limiting beliefs that are holding you back from achieving these aspirations. (more…)

Free Yourself From Life’s Limitations

Monday, May 11th, 2009

Negative thoughts will limit the way you live your life. Limiting beliefs prevent you from fulfilling your true aspirations and can destroy your confidence, self-esteem and ultimately your future. (more…)

Negotiating Negativity

Monday, March 16th, 2009

Dealing with negative people is always an arduous task. Being around someone who is extremely negative can be physically and emotionally draining, no matter how positive you try to be. When exhaustion sets in, it is easy to allow their pessimistic and depressing mood to take hold of you too – but there are ways to avoid falling into this trap! (more…)