It IS Possible to Change Your Core Beliefs and Behaviours

“It's the repetition of affirmations that leads to belief. And once that belief becomes a deep conviction, things begin to happen.” Muhammad Ali If only we realised that we are in control of how we think and feel, how we choose to behave and our emotional reactions to things that happen in our lives. To start changing our core beliefs, we must change our behaviour, which starts with making a pact with ourselves, having a mental agreement that we will change our perspective and our viewpoint about ourselves and how we react to the challenges we have in our lives. I’ve used fear of public speaking or fear of spiders before to illustrate examples as these are easy for most of us to relate to. Fear of public speaking or spiders is not a core belief it is our reaction to that belief, our emotional reaction to what we perceive

Always believe in yourself!

“Believing in others is easy. It’s believing in yourself that’s the real challenge” Giuseppe Bianco Do you believe in yourself? You know if you don’t no-one else will! But if we believe in ourselves, eventually everyone else will start believing in us also. We must be responsible for creating our own happiness and should always live our lives with meaning. If only we understood that if we believe in ourselves then we would be unstoppable, with anything being possible! It’s being determined and saying I know what I want and I’m going to get it, and getting it! Belief is the best investment you can make in yourself. So, how can we start the process in investing in ourselves? Motivation – Motivate yourself to get you started and remember that eventually believing in yourself will become a habit. Imagine – This is the first secret. Using your mind to really

Being Wise Like an Owl is a Hoot!

We hear about belief systems a great deal, but what are they and how can we use them to help us day to day? As the saying goes: “A wise old owl sat in an oak. The more he heard the less he spoke, The less he spoke the more he heard, Why can’t we all be like that wise old bird”. Unknown author Whilst we are trying to be all things to all people and sometimes being a master of none, we are also trying to tackle those things which we aren’t experienced or knowledgeable in and end up overwhelmed, or worse still being burnt out! Here are FIVE tips which I want to share with you: Listening to others – we often think we know best because we don’t want to show our ignorance or lack of knowledge in something, but listening to others and being open about