TWO UNSPOKEN WORDS
“A healthy mind observes and questions itself. This is the path to inner peace and happiness. Don’t believe everything you think.” Vironika Tugaleva
*What puts about 45 million people a year in the United States in Distress?
*Why is it considered a ‘Stigma?’
*You can’t talk about it as you are considered weak, there is something wrong with you, he/she must be sick, that is why they do what they do and/or act so erratic so don’t stay to close to them.
*Why would 10,000 workers who were studied, found that 55% were afraid to take a…
ADHD and ANXIETY leaves you with symptoms
“If you are going through hell, keep going.” Winston Churchill
The link between ADHD and Anxiety
If you’ve been diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), you may also have another mental health disorder. Sometimes symptoms of other conditions can be masked by the symptoms of ADHD. It’s estimated that over 60 percent of people with ADHD have a comorbid, or coexisting, condition.
Anxiety is one condition that is often seen in people with ADHD. About 50 percent of adults and up to 30 percent of children with ADHD also have an anxiety…
ANXIETY FROM OVERTHINKING
As we deal with the Covid-19, Money, Lost Opportunities, Racism, Unemployment, we as a country deal with extraordinary Stress being a response to a threat in a situation and specifically ‘Anxiety’ as we fear of what is not only happening to us now but what will continue in the future.
In today’s challenging times, as thought goes to another thought to another thought and you become overwhelmed. Scientists say we have between 12,000 thoughts to 60,000 thoughts in a day, and our mind takes the negative approach to things 70% of the time. …
“Whatever the Mind of man can Conceive and Believe, it can Achieve!” Napoleon Hill
As someone who has been an entrepreneur in different industries most of his life and continues to be one, I had some tremendous successes and but many, many more rejections. In times of failure, I’ve always believed that I could overcome the obstacles and achieve my goals.
Our belief can come true when we ‘Articulate the Narrative’ and ‘Deliver the Message’ that makes our listeners take an action. …
“You may not control all the events that happen to you, but you can decide not to be reduced by them.”– Maya Angelou
As we deal with the COVID-19 virus, we as a society deal with extraordinary stress in response to the threat to our normal lives. Anxiety is the fear of what is not only happening to us now but what will continue in the future.
We know the human brain has the capacity to imagine all the worst things that could happen. The amygdala, handles emotional processing and helps to store memories. The hippocampus accesses and filters these…
Who is Tammy Duckworth?
Tammy Duckworth was born on March 12, 1968, in Bangkok, Thailand.
According to The New York Times, Duckworth and her family had a meager life in Hawaii, living in a “low-rent hotel in Waikiki with the financial help of a 90-year-old woman who volunteered at the local American Legion, making do with food stamps, school lunches and her odd jobs.” Duckworth helped support her family by selling flowers on the side of a road in Honolulu.
After college, Duckworth joined the Army Reserve Officer’s Training Corps as a graduate student at George Washington University in 1990…
Bill Porter (September 9, 1932 — December 3, 2013) was an American salesman, born with cerebral palsy. He was unable to gain employment due to his cerebral palsy but refused to go on disability.
Porter eventually convinced Watkins Incorporated to give him a door to door salesman job, selling its products (household products like small appliances and laundry soap) walking a seven-mile route in the Portland area. He eventually became Watkins’ top seller, and worked for the company for over forty years.
Bill Porter’s Mother taught him “Patience and Persistence” as the secret to success. Despite his crippling cerebral palsy…
A POSITIVE MORNING ROUTINE
I have been thinking how I can be a better Executive, Entrepreneur, Performance Coach and Dad; and I continue to believe this starts first thing in the morning.
With a real interest in Neuroscience and how us “ordinary people can become extraordinary,” I’ve put together a formula that works not only for my clients, colleagues, employees and as importantly, me. I’ll give you a brief capsule how to make your day more “Powerful.”
Our first inclination in the morning is to run to our laptop or check texts or voicemails; instead might I suggest an alternative…