One of the most common things that gets people stuck in inaction and in not doing what they deep down would like to is the destructive habit of overthinking.
You can overthink a small problem or challenge until it looks like a huge and undefeatable monster.
Or overthink something positive in your life until it doesn’t look so positive anymore.
And sometimes you may even be zapping a simple moment happening here right now out of all it’s joy and magic by overanalyzing and dissecting it.
“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.”
Leonardo da Vinci
“The aspects of things that are most important for us are hidden because of their simplicity and familiarity.”
I love simplifying my life. It makes me more effective and life less stressful. It makes me calmer and happier.
But where do you start? Or continue if you are already on your way?
In this week's article I’d like to share 21 small habits that help me to live a simpler life.
How do you stop saying yes when you honestly just want to say no?
Well, it’s not easy. I used to have a lot of trouble with it.
And so I’d become frustrated and angry with myself and others who had asked me about a favor or help.
While at the same time working on someone else’s goals instead of my own and wasting too much time and energy on that.
Things simply had to change.
One of the most common challenges people email me about is low self-esteem.
And how to improve your self-worth to become a person of high self-esteem.
So this week I’d like to share 15 simple habits that have helped me to improve my self-esteem and create a much more positive self-image (and sustain it even when times are tough).