Ignore those who say you shouldn’t have desire. You should, you can, and you can use desire to achieve what you want. Take the desire and ask yourself “What would I need to do IF I were going to actually achieve this?”
New emotional experiences can create renewed belief in ourselves.
Issues like these happen when something from the past gets superimposed over the present.
Sometimes, we limit our own potential. So how do we overcome these self-imposed ceilings? First, we need to create awareness around self-limiting beliefs.
Fears, frustrations and regrets can illuminate things we need to know. Itemizing feelings actually dissipates their unpleasant energy and in turn opens up pathways otherwise hidden. Admitting to shades of these "negative feelings" REDUCES the chance that the feeling gets in your way.
Saturday night, a horse and a jockey with 80-1 odds stunned the horse racing world by coming from behind to win the prestigious Kentucky Derby. The only other horse to win with longer odds was Donerail in 1913, at 91-1-- more than a century earlier. If this isn't an object lesson in how we never know when our chance will strike, then nothing is.
Temporarily despairing could be the clue for the Brown to prevail in Pittsburgh
ReThink is so pleased to announce our work with Andy Papa and the Pit Crews of Hendrick MotorSports. We are working with each cup team - Cars 9, 24, 48 and 88 and the various levels of development teams, two of which support cars 37 and 47. We began with…
Trading is hard. This far-flung, never-ending electronic poker game serves up a mental challenge unlike any other. Anything can happen at any time. It looks like a numbers game but it's really a people game. The data are numbers but the information is in the relationships between, and the implications…
“I got them all wrong” exclaimed one private equity portfolio manager. “Ha! Right!” said another Chief Investment Officer when I suggested that the pattern recognition skills embedded in succeeding with the Bloomberg Tradebook Trader Brain Exercise (TBX > GO) resembled private equity decisions. With almost ten thousand players, this exercise/game illustrates an underlying…