We all like to think we have integrity and telling the truth is an important component of that, however, there are times when it’s not as easy as we think. One of the reasons is the way we communicate. When it comes to telling the truth, or understanding what is truthful, it’s not only the actual words but also our past experiences or our current mood that determines our interpretation.
As a coach, I’m continuously reminded of the power of communication and how the use of just a single word can completely change our assumptions, perspective and how we feel. ‘But’ is one of those words that can get us into trouble when we placed in the middle of a sentence to join two parts and it can counter everything we were saying.
Using Music to Help You When Faced With a Challenge
Science has proven over and over that achievement in academic, mental, and physical performance can be boosted with the addition of music.*. I’m suggesting; when you feel yourself dragging your feet or procrastinate when faced with a challenge or a large task, your performance could benefit from borrowing the technique from the professionals.
You probably think this is a pretty crazy statement coming from a person who makes her living as a personal development coach, but please hear me out! First, allow me to define the term “Self Help.” According to Wikipedia, Self Help or Self Improvement is a...