Let’s begin with the markets themselves, and with fear and greed. We have all
heard the cliches about fear and greed. They rule the markets. In fact, that’s all the
markets are—a reflection of these emotions. In order to make money trading, you
must learn to control your fear and greed.
We live in a world where the pace of life is phenomenal. We have to work harder, faster, more efficiently, longer hours and with less job security than ever before. This environment is a very difficult one for the perfectionist, who is driven not so much by the desire for success, but by the fear of failure and need for control. They have unrealistic expectations of themselves (possibly others too) and feel they can never achieve enough and never be good enough. They feel unable to bask in the pleasure of achievement or really enjoy their relationships.
I hope this book...
The line at Starbucks. The movies. The Internet. Even the dry cleaners... there are dozens of opportunites to seize the date, but millions of lonely singles pass them by!
David Wygant shows readers just how easy it can be to overcome fear and meet new people in their daily routines. David explains the three simple steps to getting a date with ease: being prepared, being aware, and making contact.
The way you think about events in your life profoundly influences the way you feel about them; change the way you
think and this will, in turn, change the way you feel. This is the essence of a widely practised and research-based
counselling approach called cognitive-behaviour therapy (CBT). Understanding your view of events provides the insight
into why you feel and act in the ways that you do (e.g. you are anxious about public speaking and avoid it because you
fear that your performance will be less than perfect).
Conflict is a part of life that many of us tend to avoid and fear.
Traditional schooling gives us little training to handle conflict,
and most of us have poor role models from which to learn.
Despite the lack of attention we give it, conflict has the power to
destroy self-esteem, relationships, and even corporations.
Conversely, it also has the power to generate creativity, better
solutions, next-level thinking, and passionate results. Conflict
when handled poorly is incredibly destructive. Conflict when
handled well turns mediocre businesses into stellar corporations...
Introduction Relieving Stress Overcoming Fear Eliminating Anger Dis-Identifying from Your Emotions Taking Back Your Power Listening to Your Inner Master Being Yourself Escaping the Matrix Energy Center Clearing Mystic Secrets Revealed Mystic Warrior About the Author Copyright
“Escaping the Matrix” is a metaphor for the mystic path to enlightenment. As a long-term mystic, I’ve had the good fortune to have studied with mystic masters, advanced souls and cutting-edge energy healers.
Being a beginner, I know what all beginners fear. Just like I first learnt ball room dancing, it took me almost 2 months to move like a robot, to struggle with music rythm and sway at the same time. I had to overcome the temptation of quitting several times before I could actually progress and enjoy the dances. Some of my friends, unfortunately, took the quick path to just give it up. In ball room dancing, the entry barrier was high enough to knock out a majority of beginners who had been earilier very eager to learn a new thing....
This book is by Hillary Rettig, whose other books include The Lifelong Activist: How to Change the World Without Losing Your Way (Lantern Books, 2006) and The Little Guide To Beating Procrastination, Perfectionism, Fears and Blocks: A Guide for Artists, Academics, Activists, Entrepreneurs and Other Ambitious Dreamers (downloadable for free at www.hillaryrettig.com). I am a Boston-based coach who has helped hundreds of people around the country use their time better; overcome procrastination, perfectionism and blocks; and create more satisfying careers.
Non-adherence is often a hidden problem. Many patients are reluctant to
express doubts and concerns about medicines because they fear that it will
displease the healthcare professional. We need better methods for
overcoming this problem and promoting honest and open discussions about
medicines and adherence.
There are an increasing number of non-medical prescribers (such as
pharmacists and nurses) This is a key context issue and there are a range of
questions relating to patient perspectives on new prescribers and to new and
existing prescribers’ perceptions and skills.