Stress is a part of life, and anxiety is a normal, healthy reaction to stress.
For example, let’s say that you are driving down the road, and out of nowhere something or someone runs out in …
Even if you love you love your job, chances are Monday mornings aren’t your favorite time of the week. Hopefully, you also are able to recognize the powerful potential that comes along with these precious hours. Monday mornings set the …
If you're reading this from your desk, you're probably not a professional athlete. But, that doesn't mean that you have nothing in common with your favorite sports heroes. For example, you both have to deal with what performance psychologist James Taylor calls "the Grind," the point at which training (or working) becomes "tiring, painful, and tedious."
"The Grind is what separates successful athletes from those who don't achieve their goals," writes Taylor in Psychology Today. "Many athletes when they reach this point either ease up or give up because it's just too darned hard. But truly motivated athletes reach the Grind and keep on going."
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