1. First, identify your passion, purpose, and direction.
2. Be aware of, comprehend, and go over emotional triggers.
3. Substitute positive reinforcement for any negative reinforcement.
4. Increase self-care to boost your confidence
5. Prepare your mind to think in a different way.
6. Hold you accountable for your behavior
7. Assist you in adopting a new perspective
8. Become more attentive
9. Help you reach your potential
Every program is created with your best outcome in mind.
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Recently, have you given any thought to whether better time management can help you be more productive?
Yes is probably the best response.
Awareness is the key to everything. There are various management skills that can be learnt, but if you don't have awareness — if you don't know what you're doing and how you're hurting yourself — you'll keep making the same errors. Your life will be occupied with less significant activities if you don't recognize your priorities and put them first.
This is ultimately quite irritating, and people frequently seek coaching for this reason in order to achieve their goals and objectives and be held responsible for making significant changes in their lives.
Being successful and competent in your life is not the point. Other important elements to think about are relationships, inner peace, a balanced life, enjoyment, and service. Making the most of your time is the key to success.
Your personal life and work are connected. I'll help you decide what's most important in your life and at work and how to rank those things. You'll have the knowledge and resources necessary to set your priorities in order after reading this.
In our society, success, accomplishment, and qualifications are highly valued. Despite their bodies and brains telling them otherwise, many people made significant efforts to get there. But what good is success or having a great career if you're under constant pressure, have a ton on your plate, and don't have time for your loved ones (or are grouchy and exhausted when you do)?
Sadly, it is common to think of life balance and self-care as "soft" necessities that great achievers do not (or shouldn't) need. We are told that despite stress and disease, we should be able to persevere. We're informed that if we take a trip, visit a new place, take a bubble bath, or stay in on Sundays, everything will be alright once more. After all, a successful person ought to be able to manage this, and excessive self-care is a symptom of both weakness and selfishness.
This is not the case, I can assure you as your coach. I take into account the whole individual as well as the circumstances of their existence. I am aware that life without balance and self-care can be sad and meaningless.
In order for you to enjoy your life, we'll work together to identify what's hindering you.
Do you love the life you're leading? Do you want to look forward to the day when you awaken in the morning? Would you like to start doing something to improve your life?
I am aware of how difficult it can be to change our lives. Together, we'll perform a thorough "spring cleaning" of your life so you may lead the fulfilling life you deserve to be leading.
The 90-day program "Renew YOU, Love Your Life!" walks you through a three-step procedure. It is well-balanced and expertly written. In three months, you'll uncover the root of what's preventing you from moving forward so you may change your habits and revitalize your life. Connect with your joyous, invigorated self by escaping the depression.
People who committed to the program's phases have undergone tremendous progress, in my opinion. Stop putting off fulfilling your heart's desires now. Let's work together if you seek direction and clarity as you embrace your totality.
Let's discuss if you're prepared to turn those "blahs" into "A-has!"
*Abusive Relationship Recovery
Mildred D. Muhammad has been described as resilient, courageous, strong, and powerful by others. She was a victim who became a survivor and is now an advocate for victims of abuse. She travels the world encouraging and empowering others to reflect self-assurance, self-improvement, and self-love, which she believes is the greatest gift of all! Her storytelling style and wit keep the audience's attention regardless of how much time she has. They leave with a sense of hope and tools to use in their own lives to achieve the peace of mind that we all strive for on a daily basis.
Mildred's ex-husband, John Allen Muhammad, the convicted and now-executed DC Sniper, committed the horrifying act in the Washington, D.C. region in 2002 that resulted in the deaths of innocent people. Domestic violence and child custody were crimes committed here. After a weekend visitation, John whisked the children out of the country while threatening to kill her. For two years, she had been fleeing for her life. In an effort to avoid being killed by her ex-husband, she was hiding by changing her identity, clothing, and locations.
Law enforcement informed her of what they did not disclose to the public while the shootings were happening in 2002, which was... The intended TARGET was "HER"! Until he was apprehended, she and her children were placed in protective custody. The truth is now finally being revealed after many years.
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