Author: Julie Plenty

Breaking through the Masks of Fear

Have you ever felt that you wanted to do or achieve something, that you let a nagging voice (“your inner critic”) tells you otherwise. I meet so many people who want to do, be, achieve things, but fear gets in the way. When we find that we are unable to create and sculpt the lives we want – then It’s likely that fear is at the bottom of it. 1. WHAT IS FEAR? The dictionary definition of fear is an “unpleasant emotion caused by exposure to danger, expectation of pain”. The ability to feel fear is hardwired in our...

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5 Reasons Why You Don’t Achieve Your Goals

Have you set goals for your business, personal life, career, finances only to find that you keep hitting a wall and you’re not sure why? You know the saying “if you fail to plan, you plan to fail”. Setting goals is fundamental to being happy and successful on your terms. You’ve developed your strategy – but keep missing the mark. This article gives five reasons why achieving your goals is proving so elusive. 1. You didn’t really want to achieve the goal Hello? That’s right. Beneath your intention was really something else. Sometimes we set goals in response to...

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5 Ways to Kick the Procrastination Habit!

Do you rush around doing things at the last minute? How many times have you mentioned something that you felt that you ought to do and said “yes, I’ll get round to it”, but “it” never happens. Procrastination means to “defer action”, but it rarely serves us well, unless we know what’s behind it and what to do about it. Procrastination isn’t only about deciding not to do or to delay doing something – it also means that we have chosen to do something else instead. So, It’s watching TV instead of having a relaxing swim. It’s going out...

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