We as parents have responsibilities towards our children. We read about what to feed them, how to discipline them, we do research to make sure they go to great schools, we do everything to ensure we set them up for success. As parents we also know that life can be challenging and that smooth sailing,… Continue reading Laying down a solid foundation.
In my previous blog, Tiny Habits for Change, I talked about making a small change in your evening and morning routine that will help set the tone for achievement each day. This blog will elaborate a bit more on how you can take control of internal and external factors that might be getting in your… Continue reading The Influencers of Change
What is a habit? When I think of the word "habit," I think of an automatic action that does not demand conscious thought. Like getting up in the morning and switching on the kettle to make coffee. Scientists who study the concept define 3 separate stages that make up a habit. And let me tell… Continue reading The 3 Stages of Habits
The founding father of psychoanalysis, Sigmund Freud, wrote an essay in the 1920s where he hypothesized that the human personality can be divided into three separate but interconnected facets; the id, the ego, and the super-ego. Each has it's part to play in making you who you are, and it's quite fascinating to read how… Continue reading The It, The I, and The Judge walk into a bar…