Blog Category Personal Enrichment
By: Angela Caban
We live in uncertain economic times where many think, “Why should I spend money on an education?” You may hesitate to do so, but these investments can really pay off and advance your career. I am not only talking about the monetary investment, although that may sometimes be the biggest factor in going back to school, but the investment of time.
One of the main ways to invest in your career is through education. When you make an investment in your education, you invest in yourself.
We hope you have been enjoying our positivity series. We hope that not only you have been putting these to good use in your own life and career, but that you have noticed the changes in your life!
Miss one? Catch up with our previous positivity posts before moving on
We hope you have been enjoying our positivity series, but most important, we hope you have been putting these to good use in your own life and career.
Catch up with our previous positivity posts before moving onto number 5...
Positive thinking is more than just saying you will think positive thoughts. It is about doing! It is also about how you act and what you say to others.
Have you read our previous posts? Make sure you do before moving forward…
So what’s all the hype with positive thinking?
It is proven that positive thinking affects our lives, both personal and professional. Positive thinking has a huge impact on you and your career. And what makes you happy at work, will most likely affect you at home!
Have you read reasons 1 and 2 yet? Make sure you do before moving forward…
Last week, we introduced step 1 on how positive thinking helps your career.
If you haven't yet noticed it, positive thinking affects our lives, both personal and professional. Positive thinking has a huge impact on you and your career.
What can you continue to do in order to rid negative thoughts and make more room for the positive?
In the meantime, here is the next reason...
We are celebrating positive thinking and how it affects our lives, both personal and professional. Positive thinking has a huge impact on you and your career.
Think of some ways you can cut out the negative to make more room for positive. How about moving away from negative talk or cutting out the work gossip? You will be amazed at just how much stress you can wipe out of your life by being positive.
For the next few weeks, we will share 12 sure ways that postive thinking helps your life.
Teachers, parents and pretty much any adult I ever came into contact with as a child asked me that very important question we have all been asked and ask kids today: “So what do you want to be when you grow up?” In order of what I wanted to be from ages 3-18: truck driver, teacher, Nun (yes, I am not joking), Chef.
As military families, we are always preparing for something. Deployment, training, moving... you name it!
As I sit here this morning thinking about the very short time we have left of summer, my mind wonders and thinks about what will await us this new school year. How will we prepare for this new school year?
Whether you are a military spouse like me sending her kid off into the world or are preparing to go back to school yourself, or maybe both... positive thinking should be something that strives to be number one on our minds.
What you say to yourself is called self-talk. Controlling your self-talk is a very important part of living successfully AND achieving your goals.
Your subconscious believes what you tell it. In other words, what you say to yourself is your reality.
When you call yourself lazy or stupid, your subconscious thinks it must be true. Productivity and functioning suffer.
Replacing negative self-talk with positive self-talk allows your subconscious to be supportive of you and your intentions.
Replace negative thoughts with positive ones.