Encouraging people to meet specific fitness goals when they are new to exercising can be ineffective. In fact, it may even make it harder to become active, according to an editorial published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine. Read more
It seems we’re all constantly trying to squeeze more activity into less time. We buy ourselves cute timers and trendy apps that promise to boost productivity. We multitask, or we insist that multitasking is a myth. We declutter, turn off our devices, wake up earlier, teach ourselves to say no, slay “energy vampires.” Read more
“I feel like I am constantly putting out fires and never getting anything done!”
This, or some variation therein, is one of the most common frustrations I hear from prospective coaching clients. There’s nothing quite as defeating as working hard, going nonstop, then feeling like you have nothing to show for it. And if others literally have control of your schedule, you can very easily feel powerless in your own work and life. Read more
By Abbey Dudas
Vision boards have been all the rage for several years now – cutting up magazines and printing quotes seems like it could give you the motivation to achieve your goals – but the psychology behind vision boards provides mixed reviews. Read more
By Syed Balkhi
Do you often rush to get things done at the last minute to meet the deadline? Do you want to stop procrastinating so that you can end the frustration of the last minute rush?
If you’re fed up with procrastination, you’re not alone.
Sometimes going by the book, following every rule and being on the right track at all times is simply not enough when it comes to succeeding in life. Read more