Personal development is essential to live a life of power, purpose and passion….with perseverance. Personal development is about know how to full use all of your four personal resources; physical, emotional, spiritual and mental.
The mental aspect of personal development requires mental strength and mindset of empowering beliefs that will instill the feeling of self-empowerment.
Reaching your personal goals, achieving personal success and exceeding your human potential starts in your mind…and finishes with taking inspired and massive action.
This is one in a series of virtual personal coaching and mental strength tips to help kick-start your week. It is intended to create self-empowerment and inspire you to take action so that you can reach your personal goals and personal success.
I take one mental strength tips and run though a brief overview of it, then ask some very direct coaching questions. The intention of this virtual personal coaching session is for you to write and answer these questions in your success journal and then reflect on them to gain insight on yourself, your dreams and what’s holding you back.
These series of posts are for YOU!
If I’m not able to be your live personal coach, then I highly recommend picking up a copy of “Develop the Mental Strength of a Warrior.” It’s a book that will take you through the exact process to take back control of your thoughts so that you can live a life a power, purpose and passion with perseverance!
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Objective of this Mental Strength Tip:
To encourage you to build and use a support teak to provide a mental oasis on the way to creating a life of power, purpose and passion!
Let’s Get Started:
It’s hard to live in this world and achieve all the things you want to achieve. The best thing you can do is to make sure you have a lot of tools available to help support your dreams. This network of support can make all the difference in whether you succeed or fail.
Questions to Uncover Beliefs about Mental Strength Thinking:
- What role does a support system play in your pursuit of success?
- Building an emotional support team is a sign of ___? (fill in the blank)
- What role has the emotion support of others played in your life?
Unsupportive Beliefs about a Support System
- Emotional support is for weak people.
- Emotional support is for unstable people.
- I don’t need a support system to succeed.
Mental Strength Beliefs about a Support System
- Your support team is your emotional pit stop.
- Support isn’t a necessity, it’s a strategy.
- Utilizing a support system gives you an emotional oasis.
- If you were using a support system more often would you be moving toward your vision at a more consistent pace?
- What limiting beliefs would you have to change in order to embrace a support system?
- How could you use a support system more effectively in the next 90 days?
- Are you allowing yourself adequate time to recharge yourself emotionally?
- What activity could you plan with your support team in the next 30 days that help recharge yourself?
- On a scale of 1-9, 9 being most, how often do you utilize your support system and team?
Mental Strength Coaching:
Having a support system is incredibly important if you want to get anywhere in life. You can only do so much on your own so you’ll want to make sure to surround yourself with others. You’re not limited in your options, so you’re sure to reach your goals as soon as possible.
The very first on your ranking of support should be family. Family members are the number one method of support because they know where you’re coming from. They also love you and want to help you do everything you want to do in life. (And if they don’t, they should!)
Each family member serves a different purpose in your life. A mother or father might nurture you and pad your falls. A child will help you to see the reasons why you’re working so hard. A spouse can help you in all that you do. They are usually your number one supporters.
Even though family is great you’ll also want to include your friends. While they may not know you as well as family (or they might know you better than family in some cases!), they can still add a lot to your support system. Friends are helpful because they might even have the same goals that you have. For example, if you’re exercising you can call a friend up to come join you.
Friends don’t even have to live in the same town that you do. In this day and age more and more people are making friends on the Internet. Location is definitely not an issue when you consider the Internet lifestyle. Even if you’re going through a particularly difficult time there’s probably someone, somewhere going through the same thing.
Joining online forums and chat groups can do you a lot of good in this case. Getting things off of your chest can feel great. This is even true when you don’t know the people at the other end of the computer screen. In fact, developing such a wide network of support can help to load you with all the help you’ll ever need.
If you want to include even more support in your network of success you can always join a program. There are different programs out there for everything under the sun. This includes anything from weight loss to money management. These programs can be found in your local town as well as online.
Of course, when you’re considering support networks you can’t forget yourself. You alone know yourself the best. Keeping a journal can be a great way to organize your thoughts and develop your own methods of support. Don’t forget to write in your journal each and every day so that you’re able to keep a record of everything you do to reach your goals
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