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If you're stuck in any part of your life, and don't know how to move forward, I have a nifty little formula to help you take purposeful action. It goes like this: Be Do Have What this... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website ... Have you ever been labeled a "perfectionist"? Or do you consider yourself to be one? How will you know? First of all, perfectionism, if you're not sure, are self-defeating thought patterns that... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website... Have you ever been hurt by the actions or words of someone close to you? Nearly everyone has. Perhaps a mother criticizes her daughter's parenting skills, a marriage relationship has been sabotaged... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my webs... So many of us spend great amounts of time and energy developing skills like time management, public speaking, and leadership skills to be successful on the job. But what about taking time to... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for... Start the series (you'll need it if you really want this plan to work!). Click here for Step 6. Step #7 (Final): Create accountability for your progress toward your goal. Perhaps the most... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my websi... Start the series (you'll need it if you really want this plan to work!). Click here for Step 5. Step #6: Define your goals in terms of steps. Unlike dreams, whose outcomes we pretend... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my websit... Start the series (you'll need it if you really want this plan to work!). Click here for Step 4. Step #5: Plan and program a strategy that will get you to your goal. This step is pretty... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my websit... Start the series (you'll need it!). Click here for Step 3. Step #4: Choose a Goal You Can Control Instead of saying "My dream is to get fit and lose 10 pounds" a more realistic statement... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website... Where as ‘bad news comes in threes’, or so it’s said, there doesn’t seem to be any comparable unit of measurement for good news. This perceptual bias of vigilance for the bad stuff at the expense of the good stuff means that our perception of the world may become distorted. The daily hassles and uplifts [...] Judging from the flurry of activity on my blog posts about New Year’s resolutions, I’m guessing ‘nerves are becoming frayed’ and ‘will power’s on the wane’. However it’s no time to give up. . . it’s time to take stock, recoup and move forward. Stumbling on your new year’s resolutions is not about ‘failure’, it’s [...] Here are the top ten PsyCentral posts from 2009: Who Says So? Gender and the Social Construction of the Sewing Machine (& Other Power Tools) Dematerialization: Crystals & Car Keys The Dangers of Social Networking: Are We Frying Our Brains? Myth Busting Human Sexual Anatomy Quiz Body Language Myth: The 7% – 38% – 55% [...]