"Why didn't I think of that?" We guarantee you'll be uttering those words more than once at these ingenious little tips, tricks and ideas that solve everyday problems. When I received these tips through email, I decided to share them with you all. The email did not indicate where each tip came from so I am unable to post each credit. Please contact me to add your ingenious ideas to organize storage and save time.
Do you find yourself coming up with great ideas, but lack the ability to put them into action? Here's an easy system that will save time and bring your most productive ideas to life. 1.) Write ideas on Paper. If ideas come to you sporadically, then keep a memo pad with you at all times. It may be easiest to have a brainstorming session to write your ideas all at once. I call this the INCEPTION phase. 2.) Choose three to six of the most promising ideas. Those are the ideas you'll concentrate on and let the rest of your ideas go "for now." Do not try to work on too many ideas that you don't do justice to any ONE of them. When choosing the most promising ideas, use your best judgement "for now." DON'T WORRY IF ITS NOT GOOD JUDGEMENT AT THIS POINT . . . just do it. I call this the BIRTH phase.
Just as effortless as it is to worry, positive thoughts must also be made without strain if they are to be effective. Goals should not be a struggle to visualize nor should they cause stress with the mere thought of them. Affirm your goals with adoration so they are non-intimidating or tension creating. If you cannot find it in yourself to feel excitement and love towards the goal you seek, then it is not the right goal for you at this time. You should feel passion for the task at hand. One of the most important solutions towards achieving a goal is to consistently approach it with care and gentleness until you feel genuinely indifferent to its outcome. When you reach the state of genuine indifference that is when you are truly on track towards achieving that goal.
Self-defeating behaviors are often caused by conscious self-analysis, self-criticism, and introspection if done as a form of continual second-guessing. Attempting too much sets up inevitable failure, which we later berate ourselves for not having accomplished. Feeling jittery, worried, or anxious thinking about the great amount of work before us is a classic form of negative feedback. We believe we should be able to do everything all at once. We practice self-condemnation by holding ourselves to unrealistic expectations.
Most people you are in competition with are not going to give 100 percent. Reason being many have the same unrelenting negative feedback, emotional sabotage, and failure to plan. What is 100%? When you think of it, 100% is comfort level. Like water that seeks its own level, each individuals 100 percent should be what feels right for them.
By the time you finish reading the following 20+ solutions, you will realize the majority of information coming at us is of no benefit to our goals. The doom and gloom predictions, and stories of pessimism do us no good. We were meant to live happy, healthy, and peaceful lives. We are all given special talents and abilities that will allow us to be the best! If we continue to follow negative beliefs or chaotic ways then we will never realize our true potential and purpose.