Stop Self-Sabotage

Procrastination is often a secondary symptom of an overfull schedule. When we procrastinate it is often self-sabotage towards success. Working through your day’s objectives, you can easily accomplish most of the tasks waiting for your attention today. As you make progress, you can build up momentum that makes moving on to the next duty much … More Stop Self-Sabotage

Realistic Expectations

Sometimes we set goals/expectations for ourselves unrealistically high which may lead to frustration, anxiety and perhaps self-anger for not living up to expectations, instead of positive feelings of achievement and success. When setting goals, try staying realistic, especially about time frames and managing time/energy such as taking exercise and relaxation breaks. Perhaps you’re procrastinating -which … More Realistic Expectations

Visualizations, Meditation, Mindfulness

NEW! Visualization Meditation Mindfulness With Eileen Lichtenstein and Debra Dixon-Anderson Join us for this complementary workshop to learn how to practice visualization, meditation, and mindfulness in our everyday lives for optimal productivity and well being. It’s the Gold Wellness Mantra. When: Thursday, June 25th, 5:00pm EST – 6:00pm EST Cost: Free https://goldwellnesscircle.com Or email directly … More Visualizations, Meditation, Mindfulness

Patience, Perseverance & Persistence!

When we ​practice patience and stay determined as we work toward our goals, we work towards bypassing overwhelm (one definition of stress) or being discouraged. Our ​progress may be slower than we prefer, but consistency in our efforts is what will make the greatest difference to our eventual success. Maintaining a patient, determined mind-set will … More Patience, Perseverance & Persistence!

Gratefulness Counteracts Sadness!!

It’s impossible to feel stressed or angry in the same moment that you feel grateful! Studies show that consistently grateful people are happier and more satisfied with their lives; they even feel more physically healthy and spend more time exercising. Gratitude fosters forbearance- it’s harder to feel disappointed with someone when you are feeling grateful … More Gratefulness Counteracts Sadness!!