"But how do I know what skills I am missing? Or which ones to improve? Because, well for me, I don't even know where to start when I am not sure what is wrong or what to improve."
One good place is communication skills! We can all do better at that.
For example, a free tool is YouTube.
I've found it's helpful for me to "visit" my current posture from time to time.
What that means for me is to take a peek! By noticing "right now" . . . what is my posture?
And adjust as needed.
Then? Repeat randomly throughout the day.
Hope that's a useful mental exercise.
You're welcome. Good question!
I think it's in the small things.
For example, the experience of 18 people buying my recent book on confidence helped me move toward making that mark.
Yet I feel excited and motivated with each new subscriber who joins my list simply to get my free email...
As humans, we tend to pick up the habits of people we associate with. So if you're faced with a life-or-death need to lose weight, you probably would fare better if you sought out the company of people who are not going to tend to encourage you to eat more. I suspect that's where the advice you...
It helps me gently bring myself back to remembering, internalizing, trusting, and gratitude. It's not so much that I'm telling myself as resting in an ever deepening realization. I did reread that book last year. Sometimes I put the words (on the rock!) on the table in front of me during the day...
Yes! In fact, it's written on a rock (so it stays dry) that I keep in the bathroom. That way, I see it more than just the last thing at night and first thing in the morning:
"For with God nothing shall be impossible."