Daksha Patel 
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Posts from November 2017

“If you struggle to reach your goal, don’t change your goal, change your plan” – Steve Judge 
Achieving Your Goals 
I was inspired to write this blog after listening to Steve Judge, world champion paratriathelete speak at a conference.  
In his presentation he spoke about the above quote and it made me think about how people set goals, start off excited and then think about giving up when they face obstacles and setbacks. 
I have experienced this myself when I first started my own business. It’s normal and you are not alone. 
“It’s your road and yours alone. Others may walk it with you, but no one can walk it for you” – Rumi 
Empowerment Pants 
Recently I came across a charity that sells “Empowerment Pants”. On the pants it says, “She Needed A Hero, So That’s What She Became”.  
It inspired me to write this blog about how often we look outside of ourselves for our Superhero and yet we all have the capacity to become our own Superhero through self-empowerment. The essence of self-empowerment really means taking 100% responsibility for your life. 
“If your emotional abilities aren't in hand, if you don't have self-awareness, if you are not able to manage your distressing emotions, if you can't have empathy and have effective relationships, then no matter how smart you are, you are not going to get very far”. Daniel Goleman 
Thinking and Feeling Loops 
The more I study and read about personal effectiveness, it becomes more and more obvious that your emotions play a central role in everything you do. The decisions you make, how you communicate, problem solve, deal with people and motivate yourself has everything to do with how you feel on a moment to moment basis. 
Dr Joe Dispenza talks about how we create thinking and feeling loops, which become embedded into your subconscious mind. 
By the time you are 35 years or in that age range, you use 5% of our conscious mind and 95% or your subconscious mind which means that 95% of the time you are on autopilot. You you have 60,000 to 70,000 thoughts a day and 70% to 90% of those thoughts are same