Awfulizing is a term coined by psychologist Albert Ellis. It refers to an irrational and dramatic thought pattern, characterized by the tendency to overestimate the potential seriousness or negative consequences of events, situations, or perceived threats.
Because we have so many new listeners, I wanted to give you all a chance to listen to this episode that explains the basic theory I work with.
Tip of the Week:
If you use a Kindle or read Kindle books on the Kindle App, you may have tried to copy your highlights and discovered that you can’t do this. However, there is a way to copy your highlights and notes. Here’s how:
Go to https://kindle.amazon.com and sign into your account.
On the top Navigation bar is a link that says Your Highlights. Click this link and you will see all of your Kindle books and the highlights you have made. You can now copy the text and use however you wish.
I heard this on Ray Edwards Podcast
How Simplifying Can Give Your Life Meaning and Purpose.
Joel Zaslofsky is the host of the Smart and Simple Matters Podcast and the curator and simplifier behind Value of Simple and the SimpleREV movement. In March 2012, two years after his personal renaissance shook him awake, he quit his cushy corporate job to help people simplify, organize, and be money wise. When he’s not enjoying nature, making his wife smile, or playing with his two young sons, he’s living intentionally, being Paleo, and Experience Curating.
My Right Professional Description
In this episode, I share the process I’m going through trying to find the right “label” for the work I do. Our culture requires that we call ourselves something, but sometimes, that’s hard to pinpoint in a few words.
I also look at the emotion of sorrow, which is often passed down through generations.
One of the First Prosperity Teachers Is Back!
Along with his thoughts about prosperity, Jerry shares the story of why he had to spend 12 years in prison in order to find what really matters to him.
Quieting the Critical Voice in Your Head
Recently I was listening to someone who is really successful at what he does and was surprised to hear that he still deals with a lot of negative self-talk. So, I thought this is a good time to talk about that critical voice in your head and how to replace it with something more productive.
Affluence: Alison Pena was born into a wealthy family, rubbing elbows with millionaires, blind to any other reality. Her eyes were opened by a friend who grew up in Harlem. This observation got her wondering… Why does money have so much to do with our view of what’s possible?
Over time, she realized that this view – limitless opportunity, limitless possibility – wasn’t about money. It was about affluence. She now sees existing affluence everywhere, accessible by choice.
Alison’s passion is teaching entrepreneurs to step into the time, money and freedom they desire.
Use Money As a Tool for Personal Growth:
In this episode I talk about how our money beliefs and emotions are mirrors of what we believe and how we feel about ourselves. I also give suggestions that you can use to use money to grow and expand on a personal level. Read more
Effective Connecting for Success in Business
In today’s episode I continue sharing my ideas about the importance of connection and offer some suggestions for getting out of your own way so you can connect to others and counter feelings of aloneness you may have.
We all need and crave connection and having a good support system and community is essential.
Comparing Yourself to Others and Taking Things Personally
In today’s episode, I talk about two things that follow the “Courage to Be You” theme and can keep you stuck where you are. They are comparing yourself to others and taking things personally. Understanding these can help you improve your self-esteem develop a success identity.