We have thousands upon thousands of thoughts per day (the research is a little sketchy on a specific number) and we speak an estimated 16,000 words each and every day. *
That’s a lot of words being used.
A quick read of some amazing quotes about growth mindset that relate to challenges and obstacles, continued learning, feedback and the success of others.
You might have heard about the importance of having a ‘growth mindset’ in order to succeed?
If you’re not familiar, check out this post for a bit more background: Why You Need A ‘Growth Mindset’ To Achieve Your Goals (and 5 ways to Get One!)
The term is based on the studies of psychologist Carol Dweck, in her book Mindset: The New Psychology of Success.
What is Growth Mindset? A ten-minute read on why it's important to have a growth vs fixed mindset and how to make sure you live with one (well as much as possible!)
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Being a long time reader of self-help books, I was already aware of the importance of positive thoughts, fiercely believing in my success and visualizing my goals.
Motivational speeches are some of the best ways to give you a quick boost. Here are some great ideas, all quick and inspiring so you can get back onto your day!
It might just be one of those days.
Sometimes we just need an extra little 'nudge', or to flood our busy minds with some inspiration and positivity. And a change in perspective and some new ideas always help too.
Getting all inspired and mooching on the couch don’t usually go together.
But they can.
So, if you're wanting to chill out and get motivated at the same time, the following list includes some of the best inspirational movies around.
A few inspirational poems to get you thinking about life, chasing dreams, beliefs and the box that we can put ourselves in, and how they can often become much too small.
The Box You've Outgrown
Self care ideas for when you need to reflect, when you need to be energetic, creative, challenged, or when you simply need to rest.
At it’s most basic, self-care is caring for oneself.
It’s making sure that you’re caring for your mental, physical, emotional and spiritual needs.
Which is actually quite hard to do.
Especially with increasing expectations (from others and ourselves) and demands on our time.