By E. L. Jayne The dust from the holidays is starting to settle; it's that time of year again. Personally, I'd vote for an execution of the New Year's resolution.
By Ellen Jayne | There is an oxymoron within us all that assumes position as we determine our goals. This is when the battle between self-belief and self-doubt comes alive.
By Ellen Jayne | Traditionally a taboo topic, fear is rarely discussed; however, this new exercise called fear setting can actually help you measure your fears and develop your dreams through them, not around them.
By Ellen Jayne | The sunset shimmered its last pinkish-orange breath of the hazy evening as my mom announced, “This is the place,” as we descended into the valley of twinkling lights. Snow was still glimmering on the mountainside as the day began to wind down. I was as excited as I was anxious about what lied ahead.
By Ellen Jayne | The open mind is not as much "attainable" as it is unconsciously undesired. The key is - accepting an idea or opinion doesn't mean you agree with it.
While writing these lines I’m fighting the thought of giving in to some junk food or to stick with my self-imposed diet since I feel the need to lose some weight. The temptation is huge, but I’m constantly reminding myself to stick to the plan! So I need to sacrifice this impulse so I can... Continue Reading →
Lately, my life got very busy and I started to ignore the goals I’ve set to myself. Because of it, I did a quick search here, on PO, because I know I wrote something about goals a while back. This post reminded that we can do anything and everything we set our mind to... Continue Reading →
According to Brian Tracy there is a seven steps plan for establishing and achieving any goal. In his book Change Your Thinking, Change Your Life, he talks about and describes each of those steps. Decide exactly what you want Oh boy, this doesn’t start that good. It makes perfect sense for this to... Continue Reading →