Monday, 19 October 2020

Complete one key goal a day

That's why Buddhists chant and revere artistic talents, and Evangelists sing from the rooftops Oh, happy days. We're here to sing, to be seen, to evolve, to expand, to grow, to celebrate, to live in joy, and to have beautiful, wholesome desires - that will benefit not only ourselves, but everyone around us! We sometimes have to separate ourselves from strict religious beliefs and realise that we are spiritual beings instead of religious beings, while acknowledging that all of us, no matter what faith we start from, should thrive. So, how can we resonate with desiring and purposely concentrating on attracting whatever it is we want, when we hear so many things like. Peace comes from within. Do not dwell on the past, do not dream of the future; Sorrow cannot touch the man who is not in the bondage of anything, who owns nothing. If whether for his own sake, or for the sake of others, a man wishes neither for a son, nor for wealth, nor for lordship, and does not wish for his own success by unfair means, then he is good, wise and virtuous. The gods even envy him whose senses, like horses well broken in by the driver, have been subdued, who is free from pride, and free from appetites: such as one who does his duty is tolerant like the earth, or like a threshold: he is like a lake without mud: no new births are in store for him. The man who is free from credulity, but knows the uncreated, who has cut all ties, removed all temptations, renounced all desires, he is the greatest of men. Getting organized was easy. I picked up a small makeup bag from Target and created a mini-emergency kit for my purse. I grouped together the items that weren't being used daily, like Band-Aids, and added a few other things that could come in handy in a crisis, like a small Swiss Army Knife. The Get-Home Bag Obviously, it isn't possible to carry a ton of life saving essentials on your person or in your purse. That's why assembling a Get-Home Bag is the next step to being ready away from home. A Get-Home Bag is exactly what the name suggests. It's a bag of essential emergency supplies and its sole purpose is to get you home in the event of a disaster. A Get-Home Bag should be lightweight, easy-to-carry (think: backpack) and traveling with you at all times. If you're thinking that sounds like a Go Bag, you're right.

I was relentless with my study simply because I had the goal of being well known for my coaching results, so I wanted to achieve results with everyone that I worked with. I knew that my reputation wasn't going to develop if I was only getting the odd result here and there. Then, in 2009, I was introduced to Precision Nutrition, a course created by John Berardi. As each area of nutrition was discussed, case studies were referenced alongside them. As I went through each section, I started to link what I was learning to the clients that I had been working with. The clients whom I was struggling to achieve results with on a structured and detailed calorie plan needed to be following basic guidelines with minimal adjustment. They were new to nutrition and exercise, so their nutrition needed to be reflective of their level of experience. Then, there were my clients who were quite experienced and who wanted to gain more muscle and develop a better body shape. I had been too vague with their nutrition requirements. They needed to be following more detailed nutrition programming, with set calorie plans, regular adjustments and much more thorough tracking. You arrange meaningful experiences for clients (in and out of sessions) that increase optimism, hope, and motivation along with their sense of control, worth, empowerment, purpose, connectedness, and well-being. You help them increase flexibility in how they think and act. My objectives with LENNY, given his values and aspirations, are to help him see himself as a good family man and worker, someone who has grit and is resourceful, who can solve problems and overcome challenges, who helps other people, and who is confident that he has what it takes to lead a productive and satisfying life. To achieve your therapeutic objectives, you will PLANNING TREATMENT ACROSS SESSIONS Therapy can be viewed in three phases. In the beginning phase of treatment, you It's especially important to facilitate a decrease in clients' symptoms and an improvement in their functioning early in treatment. Doing so is linked to decreased early termination and to better treatment outcomes (King & Boswell, 2019). It's also important to increase positive emotion throughout treatment (Dunn, 2012).

Fools follow after vanity. The wise man keeps earnestness as his best jewel. Follow not after vanity, nor after the enjoyment of love and lust! He who is earnest and meditative obtains ample joy. These things were taught to make you feel settled within, settled without the things you crave, not that you shouldn't also desire things alongside this feeling. They were meant to enlighten us so that we could live in peace and joy, no matter what. This is why, when the Law of Attraction teaches us to concentrate on our desires through visualising, affirmations, and trying to act now like you would if you had the thing you wanted, we can also feel the contrast of what Buddhism teaches us. We think we should go beyond desires and live mindfully in the moment accepting what is, instead of this constant shifting of focus on what is wanted in the future or what has gone in the past. That's why meditation is so important to Buddhists. But you mustn't get mixed up by what they mean when they wrongly say desires because what they mean is craving -- and there's a massive difference. Get-Home Bags are similar to Go Bags. They are portable and they contain life saving supplies customized to your needs. However, it's their size and purpose that makes them different. Remember, Go Bags are packed with enough supplies to support you for 72 hours. And as the portable portion of your family emergency kit, a Go Bag's job is be your home base during an evacuation. Get-Home Bags are smaller than Go Bags and are meant for your car or your office. The supplies you include in a Get-Home Bag are chosen based on how far from home you regularly travel and how long it would take you to walk that distance. For example, as a mom who works from home, I'm usually no further than ten to 15 miles from the house. So there's really no need for a three-day food supply or a sleeping bag in my Get-Home Bag. On the other hand, my husband's Get-Home Bag is more substantial as his job requires him to travel 50 miles or more depending on the day.

As I continued with the course, I applied what I learned to each of the clients that I was working with at the time. I revised every single nutritional strategy and made sure that each client was following a protocol that was appropriate for their goal, their experience level and their lifestyle. From this, I created a new consultation road map, which I used when I signed up new clients. This helped me to work out exactly which strategy I was going to use with each one. To this day, we use this road map when we teach the M10 Matrix at our education seminars and mentoring programmes. As a coach, you need to be able to evaluate the questionnaires that your clients complete at the start of their journey and come up with the most appropriate strategy for them to follow. I always tell coaches that where you start the coaching process is just as, if not more, important than the months that follow. If you can achieve results with your clients in the first four weeks, you will have immediate buy-in from them. If your client starts to question your knowledge or your ability to help them achieve results in the early days, it's hard to regain control of the coaching relationship. Nutritional programming is one of the most crucial skills that you can develop as a coach. In the middle phase of therapy, you continue not only to work toward these objectives but also to emphasize strengthening clients' adaptive, more positive beliefs, and you more directly identify, evaluate, and modify clients' dysfunctional beliefs, using use both intellectual and emotional techniques. In the final phase of therapy, you add an emphasis on preparing for termination, continuing to work toward goals, increasing a sense of well-being, improving resilience, and preventing relapse. By this point, clients have become much more active in therapy, taking the lead in setting the agenda, identifying solutions to obstacles, responding to unhelpful thinking, taking therapy notes, and creating Action Plans. CREATING A TREATMENT PLAN You develop a treatment plan based on You adapt your treatment plan to the individual, considering his or her characteristics and preferences, culture and age, religious or spiritual orientation, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, disability, gender, and sexual orientation. Having formulated a general treatment plan, you adhere to it to a greater or lesser degree, revising it as necessary. Analyzing obstacles to taking steps to reach their goals compels you to conceptualize clients' difficulties in detail and to formulate a treatment plan tailored to overcome them. Doing so also helps you focus each session, understand the flow of therapy from one session to the next, and become more aware of progress. You'll find the initial treatment plan I devised for LENNY in Figure 9.

To desire something is natural and beautiful and fills you with gladness, excitement, hope, and joy at the very thought of having it! To crave something is not natural; It fills you with a sense of lack! The Sanskrit word that means thirst, and is commonly translated as craving or desire, is tanha, which is defined as the craving to hold on to pleasurable experiences, to be separated from painful or unpleasant experiences, or to gain neutral feelings. The Buddhist tradition identifies it as a self-centred type of desire that is based on ignorance. This type of desire is the opposite of wholesome kinds of desires, such as the desire to benefit others and follow the Buddhist path. The opposite of tanha is upekkha, peace of mind, pure mental state, equanimity. We need to understand deep within us the difference between the two words `craving' and `desire' and think logically to establish which would create suffering. So, if you read or hear anywhere that Buddhists want you to stop desiring, they mean craving! Craving is suffering; BE READY QUICK TIP! If you see water crossing the road, stop! Turn around. More than half of flood-related deaths result from drivers attempting to get through the water. Just 12 inches of moving water can float your car and two feet can easily sweep you away. Think it doesn't look too deep? Still turn around. You can't get an accurate read on depth. Flood waters rise quickly and in some cases the road is washed away. Be Ready in Your Car

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