"Words are powerful, important, significant. It was meant to be that way. When we speak, it must be with the realization that God has given our words significance.
The Cognitive-Behavioral Psychology model, in which NLP falls, postulates that behind every emotion lies a "thought."
Some people do not merely have beliefs about certain things, they go further -- to a higher logical level. They believe in their beliefs.
It's funny about the way we "think." We make pictures in our heads full of sounds, smells, sensations, and things. Obviously we don't do this literally.
Do you feel like your life is spinning off kilter? Are you left feeling as if something is missing? Here are 7 steps to help you to find your way.
In order to achieve your goals you need to change your mind about the situation. Have a clear vision of all the ways you will need to succeed.
Are you having problems realizing you dreams? Are you finding yourself not doing some things you know you should be doing?
Do you feel like your boss has no respect for you, your needs or your family needs? You may be justified in feeling the way you do.
Mentors force you to take a step back, take a look at who you are, what you do, and who you are in business for.
There is no such thing as failure. Failure implies a fixed state of affairs that invites judgment and suffering. In reality, everything in the world is a work in progress.
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When the first generation of women entered the workforce in earnest in the 1970s, they succeeded in the only way they could – by imitating men.
In my most recent columns we’ve covered issues about improving your business and marketing, but today let’s start right at the beginning.
Sociologist Herbert Mead developed a theory known as social behaviorism, which helped explained why past social experiences help form an individuals’ personality. Mead did not believe that personality was developed by drives or biologically, but more on terms socially.
At first glance, it would seem that positive thinking and Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) have nothing to do with one another. But many of us with ADD develop negative thinking patterns because we become frustrated by our challenges and frequent feelings of being overwhelmed.