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Change: Friend or Foe?
How do you handle change? On this episode of the Growth to Freedom Show, @CristyLopezPhD and @Dan_Kuschell discuss change and what that could mean for you and your business! Contact Dr. Lopez at 602 323-7824 to help you utilize change to grow and propel your business forward!
Your relationship with MONEY?
On this episode of the Growth to Freedom show, I cover my Fit Financial Formula (F3). F3 is all about how your philosophy and behavior around MONEY FITs or DOESN’T FIT with you and your goals.
GOAL SETTING OR GOAL ACHIEVING?
Are you an expert at goal setting, but maybe not so much at goal achieving?
This short article will give you practical strategies and techniques for becoming a goal achiever versus a goal setter.
It seems as if many people are quite good at goal setting. Indeed, most people do this again and again every New Year in the form of resolutions. They, however, seem to not be so good at goal achieving. This is why most people set the same goals again and again every New Year. This year’s goals: (1) improve financial situation, (2) lose weight and be healthy, and (3) improve relationships. Last year’s goals: (1) improve financial situation, (2) lose weight and be healthy, and (3) improve relationships. Next year’s goals: (1) improve financial situation, (2) lose weight and be healthy, and (3) improve relationships. Sound familiar?
The problem appears to be…
Is Therapy For the Strong or Weak Minded?
Do you know whether you are strong or weak minded? This short article will give you some insights into how you can determine your answer and why.
There is a common belief that the strong-minded do not need therapy. That it is only the weak minded who need therapy.
The following are 4 of the biggest myths about participating in therapy:
1. Admitting to having a problem(s) is weak.
2. Asking for help is weak.
3. The therapist is the one who is going to fix me.
4. I must not be good enough, if I still need to continue to go to therapy.
In fact, actively participating in therapy is the furthest from being weak.