I’ve put together a comprehensive roundup of some of the best personal development programs that make great gifts for the holidays, or any time really. It includes the best personal development programs by personal development experts that have proven themselves time and time again over the years, including Brian Tracey, Jack Canfield, Jim Rohn, and Tony Robbins.
This is a guest post by Art Markman, PhD, on how to use Smart Change to be healthy, wealthy, and happy. Art is author of the book, Smart Thinking: Three Essential Keys to Solve Problems, Innovate, and Get Things Done. I asked Art if he could share with us what he knows about using our brains to get over our humps and build better habits.
What if you could release negative emotions and feel lighter and ready for anything as you go about your day? A “lighter feeling” is a big deal. Recently, I read The Abundance Book: Learn to Let Go of any Negativity in Seconds, by Larry Crane. It’s interesting in that he focuses on getting and maintaining “a lighter feeling.”
In Inner Critic Inner Success: Claiming Your Success While Taming the Critic, Stacey Sargent shares an approach to bridge and to blend your Inner Critic with your Inner Success. Stacey Sargent is the CEO of Connect Growth and Development and she is an authentic facilitator, coach, speaker and author.
In this post, I want to focus on the Competitive, Cooperative, Polarity, and Meta Meta-Program. Once you understand this pattern, you’ll gain tremendous insight into how you respond to information, as well as how those around you respond, and you can better blend your style as appropriate.
“It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.” – Aristotle What if you could communicate with anyone, about anything, without conflict? Without resistance, there is no conflict. We often create conflict, simply by resisting another person’s opinion or communication. But we don’t need to. We […]