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Shyness I + RAIN (Binaural & Isochronic beats for building self …

Shyness I + RAIN (Binaural & Isochronic beats for building self confidence)Improving Self ConfidenceadminMay 14th. 2013, 7:42am10Hz Binaural beat with 144.72Hz base frequency. 10Hz Isochronic beat with 144.72Hz base frequency. 10Hz – Associated with the Solar Plexus (Manipura) chakra…Video Rating: 4 / 5Share this page:Email This Post Compensation Disclosure This site receives compensation for referred sales of some or all mentioned products. Trackback-URL comments feed for this post Leave a Reply Continue reading

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Finding myself, my passion and… « 30andlearning

a recipe for Mojito Cheesecake Pops.  Thank you www.sprinklebakes.com.  I am absolutely going to make these on the weekend…especially if my cousin and I get together for lunch on Sunday–as she is a big mojito fan as well–though, I reckon I will try to make these with white chocolate instead.  Thoughts?But I digress on the baking front.  Yesterday’s moment of peace and semi clarity at the bakery and this impending feeling of me, my life and how I live it, being on a weird precipice…like something great is about to happen…but a few more things need to fall into line, including, and most importantly my “self.”  I need to get my head and heart into the game so that, when these things fall into line and there are choices to be made in terms of paths to follow, I will be ready and willing to take the right path for me.So that means that I ended up spending a good chunk of cash on some self-help e-books about building self-confidence, trying to end self-defeating behaviours, finding your passion, etc. In the coming weeks I will read them all, tell you all what is interesting about them, what I will work on in terms of developing my self and what the books mention.  Hopefully I can be the guinea pig that may just help you become your best self, too.  Oh and for the record, I am NOT trying to be Oprah. lolAnyway, on that note, I have grants to evaluate, phone calls to return, forms to fill out and tea (David’s Tea–Chai Guarana) to brew so I don’t pass out from exhaustion during an impending conference call.Much luv,LeesahP.S. Yesterday I managed to rock out a slow and steady inclined 6 miles!  Not sure how this is possible–maybe it is the fact that I am eating carbs again. lol  Oh and this shoulder thing is nuts–it hurts to put on my running/compression tights and take off sports bras. WTF.Like this:Like2 bloggers like this. Continue reading

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Women's Empowerment: 10 Ways to instantly build self confidence …

Women’s Empowerment: 10 Ways to instantly build self confidenceJune 15, 2012 by RobinFiled under build confidence, christian women entrepreneurs, confidence, empowering women, empowerment. women’s empowerment, personal development, self improvement, Spiritual Empowerment, woman entrepreneur, women in business, womens’ empowermentThere are many different factors that contribute to women’s empowerment. I am not speaking of feminism, however, I am speaking of personal empowerment, spiritual empowerment, professional empowerment.One factor is having self confidence. Confidence in your ability to succeed, to accomplish to manifest your desire results and this is not outside of God and depending on God.I’m sharing a empowering post on building self confidence that should provide ideas to support your endeavor to build your self confidence. Continue reading

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Just Getting Things Done is not “Productivity”

March 19, 2012 in Collaborative Change, Empowerment, Leadership, Personal PowerProductivity needs a new definition. While people are running around busier than ever, I’ve noticed that I also hear people saying things like, “I never have enough time”, I can’t make time to relax” or that they “never seem to get done what needs to be done”. Then when I ask them if they have a business plan or what is their strategy or vision, it is not uncommon to hear that they “don’t have time to stop and reflect”. So essentially, they keep throwing “stuff” up against the wall and hope that it sticks. Continue reading

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Set your Mindset for Success – Instead of Sabotage

March 13, 2012 in Brain, Empowerment, Leadership, Personal PowerThe mindset “not good enough” or “not enough” is blamed on our brain as if it is “the brain’s” fault. There’s a great reason why you want to take responsibility for this and not once again blame it on something you think you cannot control. The reason is you are not likely to change what you believe you can’t control. You can change your brain, your “perception” of HOW you see life.“Who do you think you are?” is a phrase often used to attempt to “put someone” in their place Continue reading

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A Twist on Maslow: When Enough is Never Enough

February 28, 2012 in Brain, Empowerment, Happiness, LeadershipPeople are looking for meaning. I like Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, yet I’ve come to understand that moving beyond “survival”, competitive mentality is a bit more complicated than just having your survival needs actually met.Your perception can still tell you that you don’t have enough.I personally have experienced the “not enough” mindset, and it is a “mindset”. Even though the external things are in place, the issue is inner psychological insecurity or “lack” consciousness. According to Maslow, as people have their survival needs met, they then look for ways to move up the hierarchy toward “self-actualization”.The problem is, if one is not aware of how fear can impact their sense of:• Self-identity,• Sense of trust• Their need for belonging…they can still believe that they need more “things” outside of themselves to give meaning and purpose to their life. So you see, reaching the top can be tricky and is not a linear process. Continue reading

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5 Tips to Boost Brain Power and Productivity

February 13, 2012 in Brain, Empowerment, Happiness, Personal Power, Staying HealthyAchieving business success requires more than collecting advanced degrees and learning sales and marketing strategies. These things are useful, but we are so “dis-integrated” in our thinking these days, that we miss the forest (the big picture) because we are so busy trying to cut down trees (“doing stuff” and gathering information).We need to integrate and do both and do it with clarity and a clear and passionate “why”. Gaining clarity and “why” though is a product of making time to slow down and reflect. If we do it this way, paradoxically, we’ll likely get more done with genuine productivity, easier and in less time. Continue reading

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Leadership is an Affair of the Heart – and Mind

February 15, 2012 in Collaborative Change, Empowerment, Leadership, Personal PowerCollaborative Leadership is a partnership between the head and the heart – the mind and the heart. It begins at this level before you can collaborate with other people. Gone are the days when people were willing to be dominated and controlled.I’m not saying that fear can no longer be used to manipulate people. What I am saying is, that it doesn’t have the stronghold it once did in that people are now looking for engagement Continue reading

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