Last time we discussed the importance of observing your thoughts and writing everything down. Have you completed your daily thought downloads? Read through your thought downloads and pick one thought that stands out. (Or, if you haven’t done a thought download, write down one thought you’ve thought today.)
Do you want more self-confidence? Most of us do. It makes sense. Our brains are wired to want to feel good and we use self-confidence as a gauge for what does and does not feel good. We believe that having self-confidence will feel good. We don’t like to feel discomfort or self-doubt.
Do you feel burned out from working too much? Does your life feel out of balance? Do you feel exhausted and stressed? Are you anxious? Maybe you’re feeling so depleted that it’s affecting your health and sense of wellbeing? I hear you! It didn’t always feel this way, right? Do you remember when you felt
How much compassion do you have for yourself? Do you show empathy for yourself? As designers, we talk a lot about empathy. A designer’s ability to empathize In order to produce meaningful and successful outcomes, we need to know as much as we can about the user/customer/client.
How are you feeling? Take a deep breath. Close your eyes. What’s the vibration you experience in your body. Do you feel anxious? Overwhelm? Frustrated? Tired? Calm? Confident? Make note of how you’re feeling.
After ten years of owning our home, my husband and I have decided to do some remodeling. Great, right? Well… here’s the hitch— I’m experiencing so much anxiety about it!
When I hit a roadblock in my career and didn’t know what to do, I felt completely confused and overwhelmed. I couldn’t see my future clearly and I was unhappy doing many of the day-to-day tasks to get through my work.