What standards do you set for yourself? Have you even set any standards? If you are not happy with some aspect of your life perhaps its time to raise your standards and strive to live up to them everyday. Sometimes we need to take a moment and reevaluate the things that we have accepted in our lives. It is not an easy task but if you can commit to it; life will be much more enjoyable. In the next 2 blog posts we are going to look at the 22 principles of setting standards!
1. See things bigger than they are
Give yourself permission to dream, to grow as a person we have to believe everything is possible!
2.People see their own reality , therefore we have the power to change it
3. Permission to succeed Beyond Motivation and Positive Thinking
Great book for further reading: Permission to Succeed: Learn How and Why to Give Yourself “The fear of success, also known as self-sabotage, paralyzes million of men and women from all walks of life, preventing them from fulfilling their dreams and achieving their goals. This book is the first to identify the condition that underlies, and actually produces, self-sabotage: success anorexia.”
4.Entrepreneurs with Emotional maturity learn to handle the ‘The stress and fear dynamics’
Read Using Emotional intelligence to progress towards your goals 3 blog series to help you master emotional intelligence.
5. Life is not about finding yourself, it’s about creating yourself
You are the one who is the single biggest influence in your journey! Stop waiting for the perfect time, create what you want! Read my blog post what journey do you wish for yourself?
6. The 2mm shift can make the biggest difference
“I’ve often found that just by adjusting what you do and how you do it in a small way often reveals results that you would never have expected. Adjusting the way you stand, sit, think, the words you use, how you look at some one, a slight touch, how you respond all impact on how successful, confident, fulfilled you are and how meaningful your life becomes.” – Read the blog http://the2mmshift.blogspot.co.uk/ – great inspiration, small changes can make a big difference.