Typically I address the idea of “Inside Out Change”; change that is motivated from the inside and then works it’s way out. But today, I’d like to talk a little about “Outside In Change”, motivation from the outside that inspires change on the inside.
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Why is it so difficult to make changes in ourselves? What are the obstacles we face in making change and how can we overcome them? We need to look within ourselves before effective change can be made…
Unless you practice anger control skills, when you take a “time out”, it is possible to physically detach but to remain psychologically engaged. This results in the Time Out being ineffective.
A time out is a tool for getting out of a situation that might lead to violence or abuse. It is the first step toward working out any problem we are having with another person. It is a way to develop safety and trust.
Inside out change requires you to engage your body, mind, heart and spirit. In other words, real change involves the whole person. But there are times in our lives when stress can prevent us from making the change we desire and make us feel like we’re at the end of our rope…
SMART goals are the most powerful type of goals. Try using the technique for setting SMART goals… Each element of a SMART goal plays an important role in the overall process. Without each element in its place, you will find the goals you set becoming harder to achieve.
Who are you? One of the reasons that many people do not reach their full potential is that they do not know who they are. To know who you are, you first want to consider the elements that make up who you are – your package of gifts, talents, and skills that you have at […]
When I was on an internship working with the chemically dependent people, I met Barbara Day-Max, the founder and owner of Agape Unlimited. Barbara and her late husband, Lee Miller founded the agency on little more than fail and a shoestring.
Many people have a plan to grow their business. They are usually successful until they reach a point where the business is running them. They should have made sure they had a plan for personal growth as well ass business growth. Not everyone has a plan for personal growth. Somewhere along the way they…
Sometimes a simile or metaphor (a word picture or figure of speech) can help you make the transition from your limiting beliefs to empowering beliefs.