Self-directed study is an essential—and relatively inexpensive—path to personal and professional development learning. These are some of Miranda’s favorite books that align with Thrive Potential’s mission to empower personal potential, develop professional success, and enjoy life.
Re-Writing Our Stories
At some point in our lives, stories became our enemy. We use them to avoid opportunities and undermine our success. When we re-write our internal narrative to one of empowerment, we can reframe our fears and assumptions to open ourselves up to possibility. Consider how you may be getting in your own way. And then move over.
Miranda Wilcox, PCCFollow
Prioritize success, break paradigms, and find flow--to become as impactful as you imagine.
I just watched Donny Deutsch “explain” to a woman on @MSNBC that Warren’s struggle with convincing people she’s electable isn’t because she’s a woman/sexism, it’s because she’s “too strident.”
Shameful that nobody on @Morning_Joe stopped that sexist BS.
This shift will help you #empower yourself and others https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/start-using-words-phrases-empower-people-instead-i-am-fabio-moioli/
If you struggle with self regulation, try #Mindfulness-Based Emotional Balance. Acknowledge your emotions, instead of trying to bury them. Then move on. https://www.mindful.org/the-real-danger-of-suppressing-your-emotions/ #EmotionalIntelligence
Four Ways to Nourish Happiness through #mindfulness https://www.mindful.org/four-ways-nourish-happiness-mindful-eating/
The most important ingredient for achieving your #2020goals is #resilience
Here's how to grow when you feel live giving up. https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/what-do-when-you-want-give-up-miranda-wilcox-pcc via @LinkedIn
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