Thursday, September 23, 2010

The secret to Managing Change and Procrastination

Johnny Campbell The Transition Man share tips for managing change, beating procrastination and staying motivated in life. Connect with me on Facebook

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Saturday, December 20, 2008

The secret to Managing change in 2009

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Saturday, July 12, 2008

How to Reach The Top...When the Elevator to success is broken.

Hello All

What do your dreams and goals look like?

Are they so immense that they make your stomach hurt a little?
Or are they small, reachable goals that bore you when you think of them?

Dreams and goals can run the gamut from being larger than life to small and humble.
Which type of goal is better? There are actually good reasons to have both types of goals.

Having huge goals that "scare" you a little is important. Goals and dreams are supposed to stretch your imagination, your abilities and your character to transform you into someone new. Your goals should help you live the ideal life that you want to live, no matter how far away the goal may seem.

History tells us about individuals who dreamed big, despite people around them who told them to get their head out of the clouds. In fact, most successful people, whether they are politicians, business people, authors, athletes or humanitarians, have been told at some time throughout life that they were dreaming too big.

Don't be afraid to have big dreams and goals. Set your sights on something that at the present time seems so far out of your reach, that you know you were absolutely successful when you achieved that goal. Thinking of your big goal should make you nervous and excited at the same time.

On the other hand, it is also important to set small reachable goals for yourself. Your success depends heavily on your belief in yourself. If your big goal seems too out of reach, start setting smaller goals. By reaching those smaller goals you prove to yourself that you can achieve more.

Small reachable goals can be something as simple as working out a certain number of times per week, or reading a certain list of books. When you reach any type of goal, it feels good and gives you a boost in your self-esteem. If you start with small goals like these, while keeping your eye on the big goal in the future, you will build the confidence that you need to achieve that big goal.

As you achieve the small goals and check them off your list, your confidence and the belief in yourself will grow to the point where you look at the small goals as stepping stones, that will take you to the top.

Success comes from setting goals of both types. You need the big goals to motivate you toward success, and you need the little goals to help you gain confidence and discipline along the way.

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"Success Matrix"- The blueprint for Success, Money & Happiness.
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Tuesday, April 29, 2008

How to change Your Life

A Mindset for Success

For many people life seems to drag along in some sort of endless rut. In fact they get to the point that they expect it to always be that way. They probably do not even realize that they are locked into this kind of mind set. That is just the way life is. There can, however, be a way out, a better way to live life and as the saying goes "today can be the first day of therest of your life,” or something like that.

The truth is you can pick up any number of books like Napoleon Hill's classic "Think and grow Rich" and learn the strategies to change your life around. In fact you can start today to become what you think. Eliminate all those negative thoughts and substitute positive ones.

From today you need to really believe in yourself and believe that you can succeed at any task you set yourself. This of course is difficult. However, think positively and start with a plan. Plan the path that you will follow to achieve the success you crave. Having produced the planput it into action without having any doubts about it. Each step accomplishwill give you confidence for the next step. With each small success pat yourself on the back and convince yourself that ultimate success and the achievement of your goals are inevitable and only a matter of time.

You need to relax and dream about your goals at least twice a day. Visualize the goal with you there celebrating your success and enjoying every minute of it. Visualize this success as if it has already happened. Do not allow any negative thoughts and doubts creep into these moments. You must keep it positive and glowing. Thoughts like "wishing this was so" have no place here, it must be the positive affirmations of enjoying success and of actually being wealthy or believing you already have a lovely car and a great house. There is a story of one guy that had no money and was actually in considerable debt but he had a dream and utterly believed he would obtain his goals. He was in fact so far into this belief that he dressed and acted as if he had already succeeded, so much so that even his family and friends believed that he had made it. He is now a very successful businessperson.

Read more on this subject from any number of sources and get out of the failure Rut. Build your plan with tiny achievable steps and believe in your ability to achieve them. Never doubt yourself, congratulate yourself every step of the way and regularly visualize your final goal. Live it, breathe it, and totally believe in it. Visualize with strong emotional feeling the glory of your success, even visualize eavesdropping on what others are saying about your success. Start this process today and stay healthy in body and mind as you progress positively to your goals

Johnny Campbell, Codename; The Transition Man.

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Monday, December 17, 2007

A Change Agents Guide for putting an End to Procrastiation and Self Doubt

Hello Fellow Change Agents

Your mission should you accept it is to put an end to Procrastiation
and Self Doubt in your life.

Self doubt and lack of motivation are the cause of personal failures
in the lives of millions of people. Not living up to your true potential
can lead to anger and depression. Overcoming procrastination and
building a positive self image is not impossible. There are some very
practical steps you can take that will lead you to personal success and
keep you motivated. Fear of failure (or success) and a lack of energy
leads to procrastination.

People who procrastinate become frustrated and generally
accomplish nothing. To change this negative behavior,
you must first identify the things that cause you to procrastinate
in the first place. Feelings of fear, rejection, and unworthiness take
a real toll on your self-esteem.

Taking steps to improve your self-esteem will make a huge
difference in your energy level and will motivate you to make
other positive changes in your life. Human beings are motivated
by two things: pleasure and pain. Make a list of the things you would
like to accomplish and how you will reward yourself when you do reach
your goals. When you are making your list, be sure to include the
consequences you will suffer by procrastinating. Keeping the reward
in mind will make it easier to stay motivated.

Overcoming irrational fears and phobias are crucial to your
self-esteem and energy level. The act of procrastinating itself
creates self-esteem issues. Guilt, stress, and anxiety are results of
low self esteem and lack of motivation. Procrastination is a habitual behavior.

You can break the cycle of self doubt and procrastination
if you make the decision to do so. Keep a list of the things
you need to accomplish, both long and short term goals, and
reward yourself for each thing you cross off your list.
It is not easy to break old habits, but it can be done and soon
you will find that the new behavior is second nature.

Keep in mind that your emotional health is closely related to
your physical health. A sensible diet and exercise will do wonders
for your self-image. You will find that when you make an effort
to change your negative behavior you will have more energy
and your self-esteem will soar.

Procrastination will no longer control your life and you will
be motivated to accomplish your goals. You can change your
self-image and become a highly motivated individual if you
take the time to find out why you lack motivation and take
steps to improve your self-esteem.

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