State Change?

That’s what many of us are looking for.

And we’re not talking a state change from the 50 in our nation, we’re talking about changing our emotional, mental or physical “state”…or “state” of mind.

In life, from moment to moment, unless we are in our bliss, where time flies by without notice – we seek to change the “state” of where we currently are, to a different state.

Some choose food or beverage, or a vice, to change the state they’re in, which can be OK if it’s occasional, but dependency on outside stuff that is above or beyond what we really need…may not be the best choice – long term.

We need to focus on being content in the state we are in until it naturally progresses into the next, and if we need to change, maybe changing our state with something that is healthy is our best bet – exercise, yoga, breathing, meditation etc. are some sure fire ways to change it up.

Yours in “Changing States” – Coach

Usually, nothing comes today…

But today.

And that’s the very reason we need to keep at it – for the things we want.

We like to call it – “Focus – Time – Repetition”.

“Focus” on what we want, give it “Time”, and with “Repetition” – we can achieve anything.

Want a better body? Great – “Focus” on what will make it better, give it ‘Time” and then “Repeat”.

The same is true for anything in our lives, business or personal.

Yours in “Focus – Time – Repetition” – Coach

Can’t put an old head…

On young shoulders.

Probably be good if we could, but just wouldn’t look right.

But if we could use the mind, it would be terrific…Thinking what we know at a younger age – maybe we could of have had a lot better time?? But we can’t, and it would really spoil the amazing things we could experience for the first time…with our eyes – wide open.

So simply understanding that living our life the way we do, we need to get lessons, bumps and bruises along the way – in order to get a wiser, more experienced “head” which grows right along with the “shoulders”.

Yours in having fun “The way things are” – Coach

Effects of Emotion

PHYSICAL EFFECTS OF EMOTION

Being positive directs one to be creative, non-defensive, open to new
ideas, constructive and tolerant. Your “Dominant Thought” of being
positive does its best searching out what is good instead of what is
bad.

Whereas being negative puts one on a “seek and destroy” mission of
finding what is wrong in a situation as well as being intolerant,
defensive, small minded and pretty much not liked.

In being negative, the saying, “If you wake up pissed, you won’t be
missed,” proves true.

PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY OF EMOTION

Being positive also allows your body to be more at ease. It allows all
of the body and its functions to flow. Since the result of being
positive is being relaxed, it allows for relaxation of the blood
vessels
including lower blood pressure and pulse rate as well as the other
parts
of the body following suit.

When one is negative and “uptight”, everything in the body follows the
lead of being negative or uptight and is constricted. This includes
high
blood pressure, pulse rate and constriction of all the other body
parts;
and whether that part is a valve tissue or vessel, the functions are
impaired when there is constriction.
So the choice is yours, be positive or negative, but remember there are
a lot of other things that come with each emotion.

Yours Positively – Coach

Use Discontent as a Motivator?

You betcha.

Just like a hot stove, discontent is a warning sign that should be explored.

Many people I work with experience the feeling of discontent or anxiety in certain areas of their life. In exploring why they are feeling this way, often times, they have a revelation on what the root cause is.

Once they have pinpointed the reason for their discontent or anxiety, they can then formulate a plan and a course of action to remedy the situation.

As they work their plan, they feel more relaxed and also feel more in control as they are the one handling what has been the culprit, and smoothly get back on track feeling better and better and things start to return to normal.

So if you are discontent or feel anxious about a certain area of you life, remember it is a good thing, just a warning sign of something not right and is awaiting you attention and resolve.

– Dr. Vik, The Culture King

Every Generation Needs…

To learn the stove is hot.
And in doing so, we sometimes get burned.

Getting burned is usually a great lesson for us not to do it again, for the pain of doing it is usually bigger than temptation of doing it again.

Just understand that we have to learn lessons in life and occasionally we burnt, it’s just the way things go.
So if we continually need to get out the ointment with certain situations in our lives, we may need to heed the lesson and learn.

– Dr. Vik, The Culture King

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