Category Archives: Self-Efficacy
Whether climbing a mountain or fighting through the uncertainties of a pandemic, we are all faced with hard, challenging times. We will make it. We will become stronger and more resilient. We will gain new perspectives and ideas. We will appreciate the small joys and accomplishments … Continue reading
Winning verses Succeeding Success is not being better than someone else. Success is always trying to be your best self. … though did my best, that is success. Peace of mind attained only through self-satisfaction and knowing you made the effort … Continue reading
How will you get outside of your comfort zone this week? Commit to small steps, changes, and accomplishments. Be brave and fearless, but also be cautious and wise. Focus on what is important to you; Your core values.
True nobility is not about being better than someone else – it’s about being better than you used to be. — Dr. Wayne W. Dyer What can you do this week to be one step better than last week? … Continue reading
Do you have a Fixed Mindset or a Growth Mindset? In Carol Dweck’s TED Talk, Developing a Growth Mindset, she discusses the meaning of “not yet.” Growth Theory of Intelligence, previously Incremental Theory, is the degree that an individual attributes his/her intelligence to … Continue reading
How will you challenge and stretch yourself this week? How will you learn from other people this week? How will you practice a new leadership skill this week?
A special thank you to a current client for sharing this positive, uplifting song with me this past weekend. What is giving you hope right now? How do you want this experience to change you? How do you think this experience will … Continue reading
Twelve frogs were sitting on a log. Seven frogs decided to jump into the pond. How many frogs remain on the log? What is your answer? Seven frogs? Five frogs? Twelve frogs? Zero frogs? . . . . . . . … Continue reading
Every obstacle that comes along on this planet is either an opportunity to grow and think differently… or an excuse to believe that we’re stuck. — Dr. Wayne Dyer, Self-Help Author and Motivational Speaker