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!
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Objective of this Mental Strength Tip:
To help you comprehend the importance of ethics in achieving personal success.
Let’s Get Started:
While some individuals try to get by doing as little work as possible, others possess a dedication that leads them to give it their all every day. People who possess a strong work ethic embody certain principles that guide their work behavior, leading them to produce high-quality work consistently and without the prodding that some individuals require to stay on track.
Questions to Uncover Beliefs about Mental Strength Thinking:
- Do you believe it’s possible to work more than you’re compensated for?
- Have you ever worked less because you believed you wouldn’t be compensated for your addition efforts?
- What does mental strength work ethic look like?
Unsupportive Beliefs about Work Ethic
- Working more than you’re paid for is stupid.
- Believing that extra effort at work will eventually be noticed is naive.
- No matter how hard you work, employers and customers will always want more.
Mental Strength Beliefs about Work Ethic
- You will always be compensated for a mental strength work ethic.
- A mentally strong work ethic is the foundation of personal success.
- Work ethic separate the top performers from the “also ran’s.”
- If you were more focused on your work would you be more successful?
- On a scale of 1-9, 9 being best, how would you rate your work ethic?
- How would your friends and family rate your work ethic?
- What would you have to let go of in order to enhance your work ethic?
- Is your work ethic more average or inline with top performers?
- Do you believe your personal life would suffer if you enhanced your work ethic?
Mental Strength Coaching:
Work Ethic seems to be universally accepted as one of the most important factors contributing to one’s success. The harder you work – the more successful you’ll be. “Do a bunch by lunch…be a winner by dinner!” ~ Unknown.
And in this day and age, with so many things spiraling out of control and leaving us in tougher and tougher economic situations, it can feel good to get a grip and take charge over at least one aspect of our current situation that can have a significant impact on our future success. Although not necessarily easy to control, with the right mindset, the right map, and the right mantra you’re sure to get to where you want to be a heck of a lot faster than from laying down, eating leftovers, watching Law and Order: SVU. Remember, “The most practical, beautiful, workable philosophy in the world won’t work – if you won’t.” ~ Unknown.
I’m not saying that breaks are bad. But, when you can align your life passion with purpose and perseverance, the lines between ‘working’ and ‘playing’ dissolve and become one ever-flowing part of your life. Find your passion, work extraordinarily hard on it (without really ‘working’), and take control of your future successes!
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