When things seem to be going downhill be it in your career, your life or sports are you able to turn it around?
Can you stop the spiral downwards and get back on track?
I’m unsure about you, but I’ve had times when my business felt like it was in a slump or during hockey season when I just couldn’t make the plays or score the goals. It happens and you say to yourself “Can I make a comeback?”
On Sunday, I watched the New England Patriots make a comeback as they beat the Los Angelos Rams 13-3. The year before the Patriots were beaten by Philadelphia Eagles with 1 quarter left and wondered how Tom Brady felt. Determined, driven to change the outcome this year? Yes! Did he dwell on last years defeat? No, as he is a leader with accurate passing, heart and grit – and that delivered him his 6th Super Bowl ring. What does he credit it to? The team and mental toughness, which included laser focus, a skill I teach. He gained back control, and with the help of his team mates, Tom Brady made a comeback – winning Super Bowl 2019.
Sometimes it comes down to the crunch and you are unsure if you can turn things around. So what do you do if you want to make a comeback?
If you ever taken on a new role or position in your career or sport where the skill level was more of a challenge than you had before, then you know how it feels to make a change. Maybe you have some big changes that are coming your way in 2019 and you are unsure how you’ll cope.
How would you like to:
• Manage changes with ease
• Improve your skills and techniques to handle more
• Achieve greater results and be more successful
You can learn the mental performance techniques of some of the most successful people and athletes. If you want to keep your head in the game and excel in all you do, then you’ll want to listen to my webinar.
Christmas is tomorrow! While we are all busy getting busy for the festive day, this holiday also reminds me of someone special, my mother.
My Mother was a woman full of passion and laughter who followed her dreams but they unfortunately were cut short at the age of 43 when she died of a heart attack. Christmas is when she is remembered the most as it was her favorite time.
When I think back to Christmas with her I remember laughter, card games, family and friends and wonderful gifts. She always knew just what everyone wanted and made sure they received their special gifts.
Holiday stress can bring many joys and celebrations. It can also bring headaches and heartache. Some embrace it and welcome the hectic pace; parties and gift giving, while others may hibernate and avoid it.
Learning to enjoy this time may not always be easy due to the demands of time, or money, or a feeling of loneliness. Each person experiences this time differently; some laugh and love, while others yell or cry.
For those feeling stressed during this busy time I’d like to share some tips and advice so that you can put stress to the test and deal with it. I use stress almost like an antibody and instead of letting it stop me in my tracks, I look at it as an energizer and develop a plan to conquer it.
When life gets challenging the last thing you want to do is celebrate and be festive.
So what if you don’t feel like celebrating the holidays?
Holidays can be like a light and plug socket.
When the connection is right, the energy flows and the light shines bright. If there is an overload you may blow a fuse or fizzle out. Other times you may want to disconnect and switch off.
How do you flick back the switch and light up?
Do you have a dream vacation? Do you like adventure or a challenge? Planning something exciting for 2019?
September flew by and was an AMAZING month for me. It began with Dr. Joe Dispenza’s Advanced Workshop that I’ve been waiting 2 years to attend. At this workshop, he sent us over the edge, literally!
Lately, I’ve been going after certain goals and desires and realized I needed a reality check. I’m a goal achiever and when I set my mind to something I achieve it 99% of the time. There were certain goals and plans I had for the remaining part of this year that I hadn’t focused on or accomplished until now. I went to travel the path this month to obtain them and I hit roadblocks. Automatically I felt defeated, let down as they were pretty big goals. So I decided to take a step back and revisit what I wanted. I looked inside myself to determine why I believed certain things were necessary and why certain things seemed unattainable. I had some “ah-ha” moments and this had actually put me on a better path with greater connections and new opportunities.
Questions are a big part of the evaluation process each and every day and help you gain insight and create new opportunities.
July is just a few days away and I’m excited about the summer. How about you? Some like to slow down during this time and that’s great but for those that want to stay afloat and ahead of your game what do you do? I’ll share my 5 Tips to Keep Afloat to help you out.