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Simple ways to go beyond procrastination

Tuesday, May 4th, 2010

Have you ever kept yourself busy in order to put off getting started with a big project or making that change? Chances are that you have. Making the important initial step is often the most difficult task. When we procrastinate we keep ourselves busy with many things – cleaning the desk, getting that second cup of coffee or checking email for the ten’s time.

One of the most common reasons we get ourselves stuck in inaction is the avoidance of fear. The fear of failure, success, pain, rejection or embarrassment. However, you can do two things to transform the habit of procrastination into action.

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What motivates you?

Tuesday, April 13th, 2010

What motivates you to perform at your best, innovate or to keep on going to the gym every week. I wonder if you reward yourself or if there is something more than that that supports you to achieve your goals?

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Do your beliefs support you or hold you back?

Wednesday, March 31st, 2010

Beliefs can either help us to achieve a goal or hold us back and keep us stuck in a loop. As a small business owner you might encounter those moments where you do lot’s of business ‘stuff’ but don’t seem to have time to work on growing your business. This article tells you what you can do so that you can change limiting beliefs and find useful solutions.

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Everyone can become a great speaker

Thursday, February 18th, 2010

Speaking in front of an audience is one of the most common fears people experience.

It is still quite common that people believe that to excel in public speaking you must have some kind of talent. But my experience and research (I will get to this later in my post) has proven that this isn’t so. Everyone can learn to be a great speaker and enjoy it. The only thing that holds most people back is the anxiety they experience.

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