Studies have found that focusing on improving one area of your life with a proven system leads to amazing results faster than you would imagine possible.
It was a Wednesday in May, 2009. It was in Inverness, the Scottish Highlands. I heard the faint sound of a hairdryer and clock ticking as I sat in the tiny staff room of my salon—across from him—in silence.Read More >
There's a long list of fears circulating out there in the world: Fear of success, fear of failure, fear of rejection, fear of the unknown, fear of being judged, fear of not being good enough . . .
The list goes on and on: Fear of not being smart enough, fear of not being worthy, fear of public speaking, fear of disappointment, fear of commitment . . .
When we think about overcoming our fears, we first have to understand the difference between fear and emotion.Read More >
My name is Valerie Ketjen, and I’m a Goal Achiever. I want to start my Winning the Game of Money story by saying, thoughts shape your reality!
This concept was a big takeaway for me after completing the Winning the Game of Money (WTGM) program.
Before I set out on my Innercise journey with the NeuroGym community (about 2 years ago), I was deeply in debt; I had no income, nowhere to live, and nobody to turn to. I was lost—lacking a sense of self-worth and self-confidence. I was even looking into my possibilities for staying in a homeless shelter.Read More >
Do you feel stuck in any area of your life? Are you too scared to take the appropriate steps to advance your career, relationships, health, and wealth?
Do you want to start making successful choices that will continually move you in the direction of your dreams?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, it may be time to assess your decision-making process. Understanding how the process works
Everything is made up of energy. So thoughts must hold immense energy, right? If we think negative thoughts, we attract negativity and unfavorable outcomes; if we think positively, we attract positive people and experiences into our lives.
So, if you think about it, the secret to success depends on the quality, frequency, and intensity of our thought patterns. If you're not getting the results you want in your life, it may be time to become hyper aware of your thinking mind.Read More >
Every diet works short-term, but they almost never work long-term. Am I right?
In this video, I share the secrets behind what I discovered about weight-loss . . . by hiring some of the leading experts in the world. I put them on to my team to help me understand the "inner game" and the science and nutrition around fat loss.
Learn how I went from fat and flabby at 45 to fit and firm at 55.
What if your best friend stopped by and told you that you don’t deserve your dream life?
What if she told you that you’re not talented or smart enough to succeed? Or that you won’t ever achieve your goals? Would you keep her around? Hopefully not.
Most likely the only person you'd tolerate this type of talk from is . . .Read More >
Have you ever made a mistake and then immediately fell into a dark pit of self-doubt?
Reliving the experience in your mind, wondering how you could have (woulda, shoulda) handled the situation so that things didn’t take a turn for the worse?
If you answered yes, you’re not alone. Mistakes happen all the time. No big deal. We’re only human . . .
The real bummer is the aftermath of failure: What our emotional reactions do to our self-confidence, sleep patterns, and overall well-being. For most of us, the repercussions of failing can be a self-fulfilling cycle of doom and gloom.Read More >
When you think about speaking in front of 5,000 people, do you feel excited, or terrified?
According to the data, most of us are absolutely terrified of public speaking -- even more so than death.
So what are your options?
A. Avoid public speaking like it's the plague,
B. Speak when you must, knowing that you're probably embarrassing yourself,
C. Learn to overcome your fear and master the art of public speaking.
If option C. sounds like a good fit, keep reading this article to do just that.Read More >
Your palms are sweating, your stomach is upset, your heart is racing, and thoughts of worry flood through your mind.
No, you’re not dying; you’re having a panic attack.
Anxiety affects approximately 40 million Americans. For some, anxiety causes some slight discomfort and distress. For others it’s debilitating, causing the afflicted individual to miss work, socially withdraw, and even avoid certain places, people, or situations entirely.
If you or a loved one has ever dealt with the irritating, often incapacitating, effects of anxiety; take heart. There are several very tactical approaches for lessening your stress and decreasing your anxiety, and this article will show you how.Read More >
If you've ever wished there was more time in the day to get everything done, that's a strong indication you may be feeling overwhelmed.
Here’s the deal. Emotional