Henry Ford, the American businessman, once said ‘If you think you can or you think you can’t, either way you’re right.’ And it’s the belief that you can achieve anything by ‘programming’ your mind for success’ that drives UCan Training.
How about creating an empowering vision board this Easter?
This week, on my Power of You programme, individuals created vision boards of goals they would like to achieve in both their professional and personal lives . This exercise was a lot of fun and created much discussion.
How to create a vision board. First spend time thinking what you want your ideal life to look like. Then find images from magazines, newspapers, the internet, that represent the goals and experiences you want to have. Also include inspirational quotes, words that make you feel good, and place them on your board.
To get the full benefit from your vision board, place it where you can see it every day. Spend a few minutes daily, preferably first thing in the morning and last thing at night reviewing your board. I find that looking at my vision board last thing at night before going to sleep, activates my sub-conscious mind to come up with ideas whilst I sleep.
Are you going through change? Would you like help and support with designing a new, brighter future, then come along to my brand new one-day workshop here at Lake Cottage on 18th April. For further details please direct message me, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or give me a call on 01252 792811
For me, over the last few days I’ve been scuba diving in Koh Tao, one of the Thai islands.
I was very fortunate over those three days of diving and snorkelling to enjoy the company of a turtle, large barracuda, stingray and numerous other fish. The highlight was seeing my first wreck, HTMS Sattakut, a US Second World War navy ship. She was commissioned in 1946, and was sunk in Koh Tao on the 18th of June 2011 as part of an artificial reef project.
On the dive boat I was the oldest by far but I subscribe to the philosophy that it is your attitude not your age that counts when undertaking any endeavour.
Taking up a past hobby or interest, or finding a new one, pays dividends on our general mental health and well being. How about you, what would you enjoy doing and how are you going to make it happen this year?