Tag Archives: Achieving Goals

Does Stress Interfere with Learning?

Recently, I started a quest to find out how stress interferes with learning and if it does interfere with learning. We’ll that journey lead me into the world of neuroplasticity (changes in neural pathways and synapses due to changes in … Continue reading

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Silencing Your Second-Grader– Three Tips to Managing Stress

What does your second-grader say to your adult self? Some neuro research has defined second-graders as having a propensity to worry, and have a need to a need to feel stable, for their brains to acquire maximum knowledge. For the … Continue reading

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The Stress in Goal Setting

In the last post, I talked about the Goal Setting Stress. What I did not describe for you is how I was using stress as it relates to goal setting. In this blog, I will connect the two for you. … Continue reading

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Achieving Goals 6 of 8: Emotional Stability

This week in my Achieving Goals Series I am focusing on managing emotions. The sixth Principle in my 8 Effect Goal Setting Model is developing Emotional Stability. Emotional Stability helps sustain a vision by managing emotions. Part of creating emotional … Continue reading

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Achieving Goals Series 1 of 8: What Is Your Current Reality?

Starting this week for 8 weeks I am going to share the process of achieving goals when intention is not enough. Additionally, I am going to share how to use words to rewire your desires when Intention is not enough. … Continue reading

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Happy New Year! Different Result with the Same Thoughts

As we go into the New Year we think about what can be improved. January 1 usually marks the beginning of something new. A new financial plan, exercise plan, career plan, or family plan. We’re thinking new–New Year, but we … Continue reading

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