We all get stressed, feel anxious, and get depressed on occasion. We live in a world with constant stimulation where it can feel like we never have enough time. If we’re aren’t careful this stress and anxiety will wear us down until we’re exhausted. I have learned that it’s all too easy to get myself stressed out if I don’t take measures to cope and relax.

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The idea that “we are what we think” has been around for centuries. Many of the greatest thinkers in history have taught that by altering what we think about and the beliefs we hold we can transform our life for the better. Despite this clear message that has proven true for many people, the majority of us will never change our negative thinking and limiting beliefs that run through our head on a daily basis. This is because we believe that we need different circumstances to have a positive attitude.

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There are many guides on how to be more productive, manage time, and make major life changes, though despite all of these wonderful methods, it can be all too easy to slip back into old habits. This is because it’s not about finding the right technique or strategy, but is about having the willpower and self-control to follow through and do what needs to be done.

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It’s that time of year again where we vow to make all those changes to have a healthier and more prosperous new year. We resolve to burn off that Christmas fat at the gym, give up carbs and cigs, cut up the credit cards, save more for the future, and deepen our relationships.

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In today’s super-busy, fast-paced world, time is perhaps the single biggest stumbling block to people being happier. ‘I would take a meditation course, but I don’t have time,’ or, ‘I’ll focus on me when things aren’t so hectic…’ I could list all the reasons why you should make time for those things. But instead, what if we remove the time excuse from the equation altogether?

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I attended an experiential seminar a few weeks ago called Hearts of the Courageous, which explored decision-making based on fear, anger, and confidence. A friend invited me and I agreed to go along for the experience. I was planning on learning what I could and taking away any wisdom and value that was provided, however, what I got was an entire paradigm shift related to how I process my emotions and feelings.

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We adopt beliefs, thoughts, and expectations from society, our family, friends, and the media, which may or may not be true, and may or may not help us reach our goals. Simply put, out thinking patterns and responses become a habit with which we navigate the world. So, starting to regulate what we think about and making a plan to improve our thinking habits is the first step to changing our life for the better.

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