Since “The Secret” came out back in 2006 or so, The Law of Attraction has gained a lot of devotees, as well as a lot of naysayers. However, I think a lot of people simply don’t understand how it works. What I hope to do in this post is clear some of that clutter, especially as the Law of Attraction applies to new, aspiring, and established authors.
Category Archives: Mindset
I love it when I’m able to get into the flow of writing. It seems like time flies and words pour out of me at record speed. When you’re in a “flow” state, you are simply more productive. And when you don’t have a lot of time on your hands to dedicate to writing, learning how to encourage this state becomes very important. In this article, I’ll share different things you can do to set things up for “flow” to happen when you sit down to write.
We tend to think of the word “no” like a big red stop sign in the middle of the street. But has it ever occurred to you that sometimes saying “no” is what’s going to push you forward?
There are plenty of creative ways to enhance your affirmation practice. You can post them on sticky notes around your house. You can make them visual with a vision board. Or you can enhance them with magnetism using the Thought Catapulter.
The Thought Catpulter is a relatively new product on the market that I was given a sample to try it and share my experience. Here is what I learned.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy or CBT is a process of assessing the contents of your own thoughts and how they might be affecting your mental health, then consciously going through the process of changing those thoughts. Affirmations and gratitude exercises are different ways you can apply CBT to your own life to improve your overall happiness, as well as achieve more specific goals.
Weekday Wisdom, Season 4, Episode 3 Do you have faith, hope, and confidence that you will reach your goals? In this month’s episode of the Weekday Wisdom, I share some thoughts on Helen Keller’s quote about these characteristics. An audio-only version is available below. NOTE: The Weekday Wisdom will be […]
Optimism and pessimism are ways of looking at yourself and the world through a positive or negative filter. Although some people tend toward one or the other instinctively, either mindset can be learned. That means that you can cultivate optimism and reduce pessimism.