Mindset management is the glue that binds everything together for overall wellness. It is the key to what motivates every decision you make in your life. Your perception of yourself along with how you see the world and how you relate to others is essential to living life to the fullest.
Personal Growth - Happiness
There are many variables regarding an individual’s mindset including background, upbringing, experiences, training & ways of learning. We feel the most important variable is the growth mindset vs. fixed mindset. Some strong mindset traits include embracing challenges, always learning & giving maximum effort in everything you do. There is no such thing as failure with a growth mindset... just setbacks. Happiness is different for everyone, whether it is having a close family/friends, a great career or being a world traveler, etc... It is essential to find out what happiness & success means to you.
There are many variables when it comes to being mentally strong. Why do individuals perform poorly in sports, events, entertainment & other situations? Some individuals have stress over pressure situations, while some fear failure causing them to lose focus. Many coaches preach sports are 90% mental & 10% physical, but how often do they actually practice mental skills. Most athletes only focus on practicing physical skills, but are we overlooking the mental aspects of an athlete? Some of the key mental strength's of an athlete include motivation, preparation, discipline, confidence & much more.
Time Management - Organization
One of the most common issues with achieving goals is not having enough time. It is sometimes hard to find time for exercising, hanging out with friends or participating in hobbies, etc... This causes anxiety, a lack of balance and sets you on a path away from your ideal life. It is important take a strong look at how you utilize your time throughout each day. Then you can organize and prioritize your schedule to help you succeed in your obligations and aspirations. You will be surprised how much you can fit in after you map out a daily plan.