tips for success
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We create career expectations, relationship goals and five-year plans, all pressuring us to succeed within constrained periods of time. While I do believe that planning and having attainable goals is good practice, I feel our understanding and assessment of our personal success shouldn't be linked.
Psychologist Gay Hendricks theorizes that we all have an upper limit problem. He says we have an inner thermostat where we set how much love, happiness, success and money we feel we deserve. If we go beyond this self-imposed limit, we do something to sabotage ourselves to bring us back down to that old and familiar level.
Dreams, dreams, dreams. We all have them. As we're beavering away in our office jobs, caught up in the rush of the day-to-day, it's easy to ignore that voice in the back of our minds. Here are some of the things that often get in the way -- see them as tips towards making your dreams a reality.
In study after study, we've seen the results — making drastic changes to your life isn't sustainable, and the only way to
Quick. Think of something you did today that stands out to you. Was it something funny? Something you are particularly proud