Attard Coaching and Consulting

Christ-Centered Mindset │ Personal and Professional Success

Attard Coaching and Consulting - Christ-Centered Mindset │ Personal and Professional Success

Becoming a Person of Vision

Becoming a Person of Vision

Having vision is the ability to see what others don’t see. Vision provides direction, creates life, gives purpose, ignites passion, and fuels drive. Vision gives you the courage to continue and not give up. It will override  disappointment and discouragement in times of doubt and uncertainty. It is a sustaining force of life that will help you develop a Christ-centered Mindset. Vision starts in the heart and is fueled by faith. God places vision within us. However, it is our responsibility to develop, feed, and nurture it.

TAKE ACTION: To help uncover or sharpen your vision, spend time purposefully daydreaming about your future. Journal your thoughts and ideas. What do you see yourself doing in five years? What specific dreams and goals are in your heart? Now is a time to think big about your future!

 

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Becoming a Person of Vision

Choose Peace

Good morning! I just wanted to remind you that no matter how much uncertainty and chaos you face today, don’t let your circumstances or people rob you of your peace.  You were designed by God to walk in peace!

 Choose Peace

Our Gift To You

OUR GIFT TO YOU

We have a free gift for you! As our way of saying, “thanks” for your support, we want to design a webinar especially for you! Give us your wish list of areas that are important to you…areas that you want to improve in or learn more about. To secure your spot on the webinar, complete the form below and we will email you the time, date, and link to the webinar. Don’t miss this great opportunity!

Our Gift To You

Our Free Gift To You!

She Said What?

She Said What?

Neuroscientists estimate that the average person’s inner dialogue maxes out somewhere between 300 and 1000 words per minute. This endless stream of words and the power it generates stimulates specific emotions, which in turn download to our unconscious mind.

Our unconscious mind has the potential to process over 400 billion bits of information per second and to program our life for happiness or depression,success or failure, and ease or dis-ease. Words reflect, define, and re-define our ever-unfolding reality, and they do so from the perspective of both matter and energy.

-Mark Mincolla, Ph.D.

 


 Mincolla, Ph.D., M. (2014, January 10). Change Your Words And Transform Your Life. Retrieved April 30, 2015, from http://inspiyr.com/change-wor ds-transform-life/Alexander, L. (2015, March 24). TWK Short Films – This Woman Knows. Retrieved from http://thiswomanknows.com/twk-short-films/ 

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Self-Care

Self-care does not occur by accident but with deliberate action and planning. To experience the full benefits of self-care it is best to address the total person, which includes the mind, body, and spirit. When you address all three of these areas, you place yourself in a better position to create a more balanced life, which in return allows you the opportunity to discover more about yourself and improve your quality of life.

Margarita Tartakovsky, M.S., quotes marriage and family therapist Elizabeth Sullivan in her latest article, What Self-Care Looks Like on PsychCentral.com as saying,

 

“Our bodies and souls are our primary tool for being alive. I think of self-care as the responsible care and protection of our mechanism for life, giving us the capacity to work and to love … We were given this beautiful instrument, and we must care for it.”

 

No matter what method of self-care you choose to practice, it is vital that you schedule consistent time for it no matter what challenges you might face. The type of self-care that you select to incorporate into your life will vary depending on your personal preference. It might be a walk in the park, participating in a Zumba class, a day at the spa, meditation, or simply spending time alone. For more ideas on how to incorporate self-care into your life, review my video below and read Alexandra Duron’s article, 25 Science-Backed Ways to Change Your Life by Taking Better Care of Yourself.

Tartakovsky, M. (2015, March 15). What Self-Care Looks Like. Retrieved April 29, 2015, from http://psychcentral.com/blog/archives/2015/03/15/what-self-care-looks-like/

The Power of Your Thoughts

The Power of Your Thoughts

No one likes to waste money, but that is what you will be doing if you hire a coach and don’t take responsibility for controlling your thoughts. Your coach’s role is to help you work through your thoughts, but he or she cannot control your thoughts. You alone are held responsible for your thought life.

Your thoughts have tremendous power. They frame your words and actions and, thereby, create the life you live. The life you are experiencing today is a result of positive and negative thoughts. Negative thoughts not confronted and dealt with will create frustration and disappointment.

Thankfully, there is good news! You have the power to implement changes in your thought life that will bring about positive transformation.You do not have to continue on your current path of unfulfilled goals and buried dreams. God is ready and willing to help you be an agent for the change you want to experience in your life.

 

 

“It takes but one positive thought when given a chance to survive and thrive to overpower an entire army of negative thoughts.” −Robert H. Schuller