Sticking to your daily agenda/schedule
This post, I hope, will help you relate to your daily agenda and your big goal a little differently. My suggestion is to view achieving your goals similar to planning a road trip and every part of your goal as part of that journey. When you think of planning a road trip you automatically think of the destination and how beautiful it is. Maybe even think of how it will fee once you get there. Then it slowly sinks in that you have to create a plan.
Starting your mindful journey with Kasia
This week we our guest speaker on Mejorar Mi Vida T.V. is Kasia Olszko, Mindfulness Coach & Founder of Mindful Workshop. She's here to jump start our mindfulness game. Kasia gave us a few suggestions and tips on the reasons why mindfulness can help you break the junk food habit.
Breaking the Junk Food Habit
Breaking up with junk food is hard. First, it's everywhere nowadays. Every store will have an aisle or more to temp us with savory, sweet, crispy, crunchy and sour. They make it too easy to fail your goals! Second, sugar is the new tobacco and unfortunately for us, sugar is in EVERYTHING! We know it's super addictive and it's seriously imbedded in all junk food making it so much harder to break up with our bag of chips.
Sticking to your exercise routine
It's that time of the year again when we plan our new year's resolutions and almost everyone swears to finally stick to their workout routines. Well, this year, add a little knowledge and new suggestions, to help you stick to those pesky workout goals especially getting back into shape!
I had such a wonderful time speaking at the Costa Women and Mum Abroad Spain charity event recently because I spoke about a topic that's dear to my heart… women with low self-esteem and low self-confidence and how to change those pesky negative habits.
I spoke about on how we become professionals at playing that negative newsreel in our heads, over and over again, so much so that it’s become our default behavior in every situation that causes us stress or where we feel less than. For some, it is the only thing going through their mind! This negative newsreel could be about how we see ourselves as women, mothers, sisters, entrepreneurs, and women in professional business settings, etc. Rather than looking for the negative proof to confirm those negative thoughts in the newsreel, look for the positive proof instead. Also, when you do something great, don't just celebrate it, take it and put in your pocket for later use as positive proof whenever you need a reminder. Remember sisters, it's great to see you when you're well but it's really good to see when you're stepping out in confidence.
Currently, you can check out the video online in the Costa Women Global Entrepreneurs Week YouTube channel! I think you'll enjoy it and take few good nuggets from it!
A big thank you to Ali Meehan from Costa Women for being such a cheerleader for women and their entrepreneurial vision! The video will be up until the end of the year so enjoy while you can!
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I often get asked about becoming a positive thinker from positive thinkers. Usually, when I meet a negative thinker more often than not they don't see the problem or it's a problem that others have towards them. The usual excuse is, "I'm realistic" or "I feel fine about myself but I just don't have enough friends". I'm all for being realistic but I'm also for being positive and the abundance of good that has come from being unapologetically positive about everything.
Behavior Analyst and Personal Life Coach. Changing behavior one step at a time. Keeping things simple because it's easier that way.