Negative committee

Are you still working with the negative committee?

Are you still working with the negative committee?  Are they still there, in your head, telling you that you’ll never be organised, never get on top of your work, you’re not smart or disciplined enough to succeed?

Give yourself a break.  Stop being so hard on yourself.  Show yourself some compassion. Tell the negative committee to sit down and STFU.

I wrote last time about how establishing good routines and habits can be critical to getting organised, and if you want to know more about this, download my free ebook. It’s full of useful, practical and simple tips on how you can incorporate good routines to help you when you’re working from home.

But like many simple things, it’s not always so easy to do. We start off full of good intentions, but without accountability, with life getting in the way, we falter.  Our success then depends on whether we have the resilience, the skills, the determination to deal with the setback, or whether we’ve been programmed all our lives to believe what the negative committee tells us. And the reality is, most of us fall for the negative committee’s lies, get discouraged and give up trying.

So what do we do about that?

In my next eBook I give you some answers. Some strategies that are proven to quiet the negative committee and create more positivity in your life. It does require some commitment and effort on your part – nothing worth doing is without a price. But it is worth the effort. You’ll be happier, more successful and stronger. And even better, many of the tips and techniques are simple and enjoyable.

If you want to get your virtual hands on the eBook it's out now, sign up here to get your copy.

If you haven’t already got the first one on routine and habits, you can get that here.

About the Author Lindsay Milner

Lindsay is the owner of Silvern Training. Before that she had a very varied working life, doing everything from admin, volunteering, sales, teaching, training, fundraising, management and chairing a board of charity trustees. Now wants to change the world of work by improving workplace cultures so that people can look forward to Monday mornings. Also likes to support individuals to speak up, be better listeners and to take action.

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