Brian Tracy, one of the World's most prominent self-development experts, coined the term self-concept as a definition of how we see ourselves. To boil this LAW down to its most basic ingredient, Tracy also refers to self-concept as, I Like Myself. With an almost snake oil trickery, Mr Tracy believes in repeating the phrase, I Like myself, over and over and over and...
Snake oil salesman or not, academic research supports, in layman terms:
The subconscious cannot tell the real from the imagined. Why? Because Everything is Real -- to the subconscious.Faking it til ya make it
What is True Happiness?
Again, posted within my recent past articles and postings, I've discussed happiness and success. Many of you have read and digested my +5,000 word essay of Life At Work. Yet, the topic deserves much more space and time that any one human being can comprehend within one sitting.
Our thoughts lead to feelings; feelings and emotions lead to actions (or inaction therein). True happiness, therefore, begins and ends with our perspective toward our present stature or Lot in Life. Do You Want Be Happy? Fine, You are Now happy...Be Happy Now!
Alright, lets return full circle to the million strategies for becoming truly happy at work. Disclaimer: I'm not really going to share a million strategies--only 5 or 10. The following 10 tips was written by Eric J. Leech for California Psychics Blog.
- Become Approachable
- Give honest and sincere appreciation
- Don't criticize, condemn, or complain (Dale Carnegie)
- Arouse in the other person an eager want
- Become genuinely interested in other people
- Remember a person's name; its the sweetest sound
- Be a good listener
- Talk in terms of the other persons interest
- Make the other person feel important...do it sincerely
Encouraging you to enjoy your new found career happiness and satisfaction. Please post your thoughts and comments, good -- bad -- or ugly, to this blog post within the comments section.