May 20, 2020.

This page was created for my clients, followers and readers: On this page readers can view resources such as videos, tips, strategies etc.

Author’s note

As a life coach I focus on the personal empowerment of my clients.

I believe the human mind is our most powerful asset. When used correctly and in our favor, it can open our way for success in any goal/dreams we may be longing to achieve. Always stay positive and true to yourself. Let go of the past, what ever emotion, or hurt that is tied to you, leave it behind. The past has no place in our future, as long as we understand this, we will be FREE. Focus on the NOW and start creating a new future.



The fastest way we can change our mindset is to feed our minds with what we WANT. Every time we FEED our minds with POSITIVITY, it weakens our negative mindset. As soon as this begins our mind instantly creates new neurons that form a NEW positive neural network. The more we adopt this new positive mindset the more stronger our new neural network will become.


How to control your mind

The Power Of Thought

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May 21, 2020.

Emotional intelligence is the ability to understand and manage your own emotions. People who possess this trait also have the ability to understand and influence the emotions and behavior of others.

Five elements that define emotional intelligence


Self-awarenessSelf-awareness is being conscious of your own feelings and motives. Emotionally intelligent people often demonstrate a high level of self-awareness. You know how your emotions affect yourself and others, and you don’t allow your emotions to control you.
Self-regulationPeople with the ability to self-regulate don’t make impulsive decisions. You pause and think about the consequences of an action before proceeding.
MotivationPeople with emotional intelligence are productive and driven. You think about the big picture and assess how your actions will contribute to long-term success.
EmpathyEmotionally intelligent people are less likely to be self-centered. Instead, you empathize with others and your situations. You tend to be a good listener, slow to judge, and understanding of the needs and wants of others. For this reason, an emotionally intelligent person is often seen as a loyal, compassionate friend.
Social skillsIt’s easier for you to collaborate and work in teams. You tend to be an excellent leader because of your strong communication skills and ability to manage relationships.

May 23rd, 2020

Defense mechanisms we use daily

Sigmund Freud, a psychoanalytic psychologist, explained defense mechanisms as unconscious forces that react to conflicts by acting in defense of the ego. Defense mechanisms protect the conscious mind from overwhelming feelings or anxiety-producing thoughts.

I included a video by Tony Robin where he explains 10 Common Defense Mechanisms we use everyday in our lives and most of the times we are not even aware of it. I think this video perfect as it briefly summarizes the most common ones.

How our defense mechanisms holds us back

Even the healthy use of ego defense mechanisms and other types can keep you from attaining your goals and living the life of your dreams. WHY? Because they are all about not facing up to what is really going on. To unlock an extraordinary life you must be honest with yourself and take responsibility for your own emotions. When you use common defense mechanism examples instead of confronting how you’re really feeling, you don’t make the decision to change. Blaming outside forces or denying that you have a certain reaction are all ways to avoid responsibility.



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