Life Changing Tips For Mompreneurs: Rewire Your Brain To Control Your Emotions, and Make Positive Life Choices
Have you ever blown up at your spouse only to realize—after the smoke cleared—that you might have overreacted just a tad? Maybe you learn that you haven’t been invited to your friend’s birthday party and you behave as if it’s the slight of the century.
Valentine’s Day is around the corner. It has never been a practice of my husband and I to “celebrate” the day. Indeed, love should be celebrated everyday, and the spontaneous giving of “gifts” carry far more value than on a single day of worldwide sameness.
So, I’d like to share with you ten (10) gift ideas that you can give your lover. By the way, if my husband is looking at my computer screen while I curate this list. I may have to pull out my credit card sooner than later. Lol.
For several decades, researches all over the world have asserted that what goes on in the mind affects the body. Overwhelm leads to our low feelings: our heads fall, our shoulders sag, and our breathing becomes shallow. In fact it has been conclusively proved that overwhelm triggers a whole chain of physio-biological reactions, which are designed to make us feel this way.
You have to set the stage for your planning. Get a clean quiet space. When your space is cluttered, and you know you don’t have a free mind, planning will be very difficult and it would not be as effective. My office space at home is always clean. I don’t allow my children to enter unless it’s absolutely necessary. I love to keep this space clean so that I can think, write and just be focused. Take a moment and exhale. Set your intentions in your mind. Gather your tools and let’s go to the next step.
You are in the right place if you want to have a successful 2021 (and I know we
all want that right? 2020 was a year that, you know, was different. For some it was quite challenging. There was heartache for some, and others claim that it was the best year of their life. You are also in the right place if you are ready to have the best year of your life and if you want to find out more about how you can plan for this success that we are talking about. You’re also in the right place if you are having challenges remaining consistent with planning. I know that can be the case especially for women. And also if you are ready to set bigger goals and intentions for 2021.
Think back to the beginning of 2020. Like most mompreneurs, you started the new year with many goals and high optimism. What goals did you set? Maybe 2020 was the year you were going to lose weight, grow your business, set boundaries, practice self care, meet someone or improve your parenting.
I’m sure we have all experienced what 2020 had to offer. For some of us, it was challenging. For others, it was rigged with opportunities. Most of the business owners who thrived through this unexpected pandemic were the ones who planned and who had strategy in place.
At the beginning of 2020, as a Mompreneur, you most likely had plans that were a result of decisions. These decisions were meant to lead you on the path towards achieving your vision.
You can think of it in this way. Life is like a road. There are long and short roads; smooth and rocky roads; crooked and straight paths. In our life many roads would come our way. There are roads to happiness as there are roads to sadness, roads towards victory and jubilation, and roads leading to defeat and disappointment.
Are you working towards becoming a better leader as a Mompreneur in 2021? I want to share some of the strategies I have learned that helped me to go to another level as a leader throughout 2020. We will look at the approach that successful leaders who are women take in order to create, maintain, and nurture positive relationships, and how to identify the type of leader you are.
While many mompreneurs experience self-doubt and fear at some point in their lives, they take action anyway. Others remain stuck, or are confident in only one area of their life, such as work. They are too afraid to try new things like going back to school, entering new relationships or learning new skills.