PsychologyToday.com explains that core "values are a set of attitudes, unique to each individual, which govern our behavior and guide the way we look at the world." Essentially, core values are the beliefs, ideas, and concepts that we have about ourselves and the world around us, that help steer us in the direction we would like our life to head.
|I bet you've had the experience of sitting down to get a task or project started and after awhile realize that you haven't completed anything on your to-do list because you found three other tasks to do first, or spent the last 30 minutes watching super inspirational YouTube videos (or hilarious cat videos). I know I am absolutely guilty of this!
"Love yourself first and everything else falls into line." ~ Lucille Ball
|It's that time of year again... time to set those New Years resolutions or goals that you would like to achieve for the year. Although not everyone sets new goals to work on, many people do, and it's most common on the 1st day of a new year.
Check out the resolutions that people in the US set for last year in the chart below:
|Life can bring experiences of instances of joy and triumph but also sorrow and heartache. At times it can be tough to feel positive vibes, especially while going through a tough time. Therefore, it can be important to focus your efforts on curating a positive mindset so that you can not only feel better overall but also continue working towards your hopes and dreams in life.
|Limiting beliefs can be described as false or negative beliefs an individual has about themselves and the world around them. These beliefs generally develop during childhood and are largely shaped by parents or guardians and the experiences and individual has during the early years of their lives.
|Mindset is a psychological concept discovered and researched by Carol Dweck, a researcher and professor at Standford University, following decades of research on achievement and success.