Like all stories, the formation of your belief system has a beginning, middle and end; heroes, heroines, villains and bit-part players; a main theme and subplots.
There are three layers of behaviour change: A change in your outcomes A change in your processes, or A change in your identity.
Your belief system has a huge impact on your everyday life – from the way you react to people and situations to the way you make the smallest decision. If your behaviour is controlled by a fundamental belief you have about yourself, you will find it almost impossible to change the behaviour without first changing […]
Your thoughts are powerful, so are your words, mind chatter and the things you say to yourself. These thoughts are a support tool that guides you towards your goals. When you don’t believe you can, you won’t.
n fact, around 95% of us will procrastinate at one point or another, according to research by psychologist Dr Pier Steels.
While it is a common occurrence, avoiding work that needs to be done can have a serious impact on our health. Research shows that the peaks of anxiety from chronic-procrastination can cause stress-related health problems such as headaches, digestive issues, insomnia and regular illness.