A secret about success is that it is just as much about what you give up as what you gain. High achieving people understand that the foundation of life is the white space and that because our energy is limited each day, what we spend it on will define us in the future.
It's hard to overstate the importance of well-defined goals. When we have vague ideas about self-improvement, we don't tend to get a lot of traction. Without a clear vision of where we want to go, it's hard to commit to the changes that are needed to get there...
I bring you a small piece of Carol Dweck's Mindset, i think this will make consider and will be good food for thought.
If you are stuck on a stressful, thorny problem with no answer in sight, you may want to go for a jog. A new study found that it can sharpen your mind, giving you the mental boost you need to find the right solution more quickly.
During an average day, we make more than 200 food-related decisions. With so many decisions, it can be difficult to maintain a healthy diet, much less start or maintain a weight-loss plan. However, strategies like mindful and intuitive eating can be beneficial tools to help achieve your goals. Mindful and intuitive eating are often used interchangeably, but there are distinct differences between the two styles of eating. Here’s the breakdown: