Blog categorized as Practicing Commitment

Keeping Commitments: Shifting your mindset to win the internal tug-of-war

24.02.21 09:23 PM By Heather Kleinschmidt - Comment(s)
Keeping Commitments: Shifting your mindset to win the internal tug-of-war
You are not one thing. And when it comes to making commitments, sometimes competing inner voices get in the way. How do you handle that tension?

Emotional Rollercoasters: An Interpretive Guide to Reading Your Feelings

24.09.20 08:06 AM By Heather Kleinschmidt - Comment(s)
Emotional Rollercoasters: An Interpretive Guide to Reading Your Feelings
How can you discern between your intuitive intelligence and your shortsighted lizard brain? How do you know when to listen to your feelings, and when to bypass them and continue with your routine?

Meaningful Pain: 3 Quick Tools To Help You Stay On Track When Things Get Hard

20.09.20 05:47 PM By Heather Kleinschmidt - Comment(s)
Meaningful Pain: 3 Quick Tools To Help You Stay On Track When Things Get Hard


Why go through pain, ever?


Exhaustion. Tension. Embarrassment. Uncertainty. Struggle.


Why do any of it?


We each have our own reasons, but ultimately, we go through pain because we believe it’s worth it.

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Just because it’s worth it, though, doesn’t mean it’s not hard.


Below are three quick challenges ...

If You're Ready To Give Up On *Routine,* Read This.

20.09.20 03:38 PM By Heather Kleinschmidt - Comment(s)
If You're Ready To Give Up On *Routine,* Read This.
Most people get habit-building wrong because they miss this one thing: Intention.

How to Keep Going When You're Painfully Aware of How Much You Suck

20.09.20 03:30 PM By Heather Kleinschmidt - Comment(s)
How to Keep Going When You're Painfully Aware of How Much You Suck
Four pieces of advice to help you keep moving forward when you really (really) suck. Fear dissipates with familiarity, and you have to learn how to learn well so that you can acquire that familiarity and gain more confidence.
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