Self Improvement

Psychological strategies

3 Proven Psychological Strategies to Add Years to Your Life!

Confidence / Self Improvement / Stress Management

No, we haven’t found the fountain of youth. However, psychologists and neuroscientists have conducted a ton of research regarding how people can flourish in this life and enjoy happiness, while actually extending their lives— in both a physically and mentally healthy way. This post truly captures the essence of the three most powerful, research-based psychological strategies to make this happen &#... Read More »

sales success

Simple Secrets for Using the Power of Positive Affirmations to Supercharge Your Sales Success

Blog / Confidence / Sales Professionals / Self Improvement

Since Ruth Fishel published her classic book, “Change Almost Anything in 21 Days,” the power of using positive affirmations has gained much attention.  We now know from the rich research conducted in the field of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) that our belief systems and the thoughts connected with them drive our success or failure. Much outcome research has been conducted with sales professio... Read More »

The Important Link Between Optimism and Sales Success

The Important Link Between Optimism and Sales Success

Blog / Confidence / Sales Professionals / Self Improvement

How do you explain unfortunate events to yourself, such as not getting the sale? Is the tone of your self-talk optimistic or pessimistic? As it turns out, the way you explain negative life events matters because there is a link between optimism and sales success. Based on over 1000 studies, we know that optimism has the power to boost your sales. Research on the link between optimism and sales beg... Read More »

How Corporate Wellness Programs Boost Employees AND Companies

How Corporate Wellness Programs Boost Employees AND Companies

Self Improvement / Stress / Stress Management / Workplace Wellness

Corporate wellness is a current buzz word, but the fact is, some businesses have been offering corporate wellness programs for years or even decades. New research on corporate wellness and the physical effects of stress is making more and more corporations interested in implementing their own wellness programs, and I wouldn’t be surprised if this becomes the norm in the future. Arguably the most c... Read More »

How Advisors Can Avoid Fear of Failure

How Advisors Can Avoid Fear of Failure

Advising the Advisors / Self Improvement

In a recent post I talked about how Joe Flacco avoided the temptation to feel like an imposter in the 2013 Super Bowl. Despite few pundits giving the Ravens a chance in the game, and most of the attention focusing on the 49ers and their rookie quarterback, Colin Kaepernick, Flacco overcame any concerns that he did not belong on that stage. Any hint at feeling like an “imposter” disappeared when he... Read More »

Seven Surefire Strategies for Success Over Stress: How to Build Lasting Resilience!

Seven Surefire Strategies for Success Over Stress: How to Build Lasting Resilience!

Self Improvement / Stress / Stress Management

By Jack N. Singer, Ph.D. Susan has been suffering a series of medical conditions, which her doctors have not been able to diagnose or treat effectively. On and off pain in her stomach, achiness in her neck and back and headaches have become a regular part of her life. Susan fears that she may have cancer or another dreaded disease that has been missed by her doctors. After a series of negative tes... Read More »

What makes you tick?

What Really Makes You Tick?

Confidence / Self Improvement

Self Improvement – 5 questions you should ask yourself If you are like me, I often view myself as somewhat contented with my life the way things are, but of course there is ALWAYS room for improvement. It is human nature to want to aspire daily for something deeper and more meaningful in life. But life can sometimes get in the way, or to put in in plain language, there is often not enough ho... Read More »

Problem solving tips from Dr. Jack Singer

Creative Problem Solving Tips

Self Improvement

Everyday problems usually respond to tried-and-true solutions. But sometimes you need to go beyond the obvious. Try these tactics when you need to take a more creative approach to problem-solving. Do some extra research. Don’t assume you have all the facts you need. Before trying to solve the problem, dig deep into the background and the issues surrounding it. You may uncover something new that wi... Read More »

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