What is a Mentor's Mindset?
It's a big idea, a way of thinking, and put simply, it's a choice, a CHOICE to habitually seek out Mentors and learn from them lessons that will 'help you rather than hinder you' in meeting the vision you have for yourself.
A Mentor is someone who has walked the path you wish to walk, succeeded where you wish to succeed, and grown as you wish to grow.
A Mentor leads by example, inspiring you to want to learn from them.
Their Habits greatly influence their successes in life... and you may even wish adopt some of them for yourself.
A Mentor may even have books, videos, audio programs etc for you to learn from at your leisure - these are fabulous sources of Motivational Magic :)
A Mentor may not realise they ARE a Mentor to you... they're just living their best life. They'd be thrilled, yet possibly surprised, to know they're a positive influence on you.
A Mentor can hold many stations in your life, eg;
- sibling or other relative
- work colleague or superior
Who will support you when you need it most?
Focus on sharing quality time with your
They're those special people who inspire you to;
When you focus on sharing quality time with your Happiness Heroes, your Happiness increases - when you're happier, you are more focused, more appreciative of your progress, and much more likely to reach your goals
With sooo many 'things' going on in your life, it's easy to become distracted and loosen your grip on your Dream. You can even be bombarded with Happiness Hijackers & Vision Vampires - they Do exist - it's how you handle them that...
5 Fast & Proven Ways to Help You Stop Worrying
You know you should stop worrying so much, but you can't seem to do so. In a lot of cases, you worry about things that are outside of your control. This simply makes the situation worse, which leads to stress and anxiety, giving you more reasons to worry… It’s a “Negative Domino Effect” If you would like to avoid the many health dangers that excessive worry can lead to, practice the following 5 worry-free techniques.
1a – Keep a Worry Journal
Start recording everything you worry about. Also track whether your worrying had any impact on the problem. What you will find is that worry, in and of itself, produces no positive results. You may also find that much of your day is spent worrying, and this revelation should be enough to tell you that you are wasting your time fretting over things that you should not be concerned about - once this happens, forget your Worry Journal, and focus on 1b instead...
7 Benefits of Practicing Gratitude Every Day
Science has proven that being grateful leads to a higher quality of life. People who express gratitude regularly live longer, are healthier, and also have a lower incidence rate of obesity, stress, anxiety and chronic disease. The following 7 benefits are just a few of the many rewards of practicing gratitude every day.
1 – Healthy Relationships
Being grateful every day means telling the important people in your life that they matter. This improves your relationships on a daily basis… especially with Your One.
2 – Expressing Gratitude Helps You to #BeHappier
Several studies show that keeping a gratitude journal daily can increase your long-term well-being. One study shows that simply writing down the things you are grateful for every day can increase your health and well-being by more than 10%. How wonderful :)
3 – Stress Relief
Worrying about what you don't have is very stressful. When...
Positivity can encourage us, reduce our stress, Lift The Love in our relationships, make us more productive, and increase our overall happiness. Positivity has many benefits across our lives in terms of our health, relationships, and careers.
But, how do you become more positive? Is it really that simple?
Yes, it certainly CAN be simple… as simple as putting pen to paper.
I hear you asking, “In this digital era of electronic devices, why pen to paper?”
When you physically WRITE something positive down, you are Creating Priceless Positive Sensory Memories. Think of the Shopping List you have stuck to the fridge, or sitting on a bench in the kitchen… you jot items down on the List as you think of them;
The idea that you can use humour, laughter, and play to promote your health probably seems too simple to be true. However, it really is true and that simple.
A sense of humour, laughter and play all have a part in keeping us healthy. There are benefits to increasing these joyful practices into your life that will affect you mentally, physically and socially.
Humour And Laughter
The sound of laughter is infectious. Have you ever heard the giggles of a young child and been able to resist smiling in return? The sound of a roaring belly laugh is far more contagious than a sniffle, sneeze, or cough.
When laughter is shared between people, it binds them together and increases happiness and intimacy. Laughter is beneficial physically, mentally and socially, and helps Create Priceless Positive Sensory Memories
Some of the physical benefits include:
Some of the mental...