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Advisor Self-Limiting Beliefs and 3 Steps to Overcome Them

This article was originally published at ModelFA.com.

advisor self-limiting beliefs, Advisor Self-Limiting Beliefs and 3 Steps to Overcome Them

“Sow a thought, reap an action; sow an action, reap a habit; sow a habit, reap a character; sow a character, reap a destiny.”

― Stephen Covey, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

I’ve read recently that Covey adapted this quote from Gandhi. Regardless of who said those words first, the quote holds the key to the kind of outstanding results you admire in high performers.

And I think that it’s the best expression of how mindset, behavior patterns, and results are connected.

The mind’s power extends beyond our immediate consciousness. Think of an iceberg with 90% of its mass submerged beneath the surface of the water; your subconscious mind is just as vast and powerful. And once something (a belief or a habit, for example) is a part of your subconscious mind, it will drive your daily choices without any surface awareness from you.

The continuum looks something like this: Read more of this post

15 Ways to Get Ahead During Your Lunch Break [Infographic]

The following content was submitted on behalf of Self Lender.

If you’re someone who struggles to maintain a good work-life balance, there’s a great opportunity you have every day that you may be missing out on: your lunch break. If you’re longing to get ahead in your personal, professional, or financial life, don’t work through your lunch break. Take the time to get up from your desk and do something else that matters to you.

From going on a jog to listening to an inspirational podcast, taking full advantage of your lunch break can actually make you more productive when you return to work. Knowing that you got to take the time to do something you love will help you become a more well-rounded person.

So now that you understand the significance of regularly taking a lunch break, how will you choose to use yours? If you’re in need of inspiration, this infographic from Self Lender will give you 15 ideas on how to make the most of your lunch break. Read more of this post

Lessons from Gaming: Leading with Your Natural Strengths

In this post, I’ll discuss the reason for these resultant correlations between wealth and range of skills invested in (from What the Most Successful People Have in Common by Nicole Carter):

…middle class survey respondents reported having six skills. The high-net-worth group, on the other hand, reported having only two skills. That’s because the most successful people are aware of their limitations and strengths, and focus on what they’re best at, Schiff said. In fact, 58 percent of middle class millionaires said they work to improve on skills they lack, but only 7 percent of high-net -worth individuals do the same. The wealthiest respondents? Not one of them said they worked on improving areas of weakness. Read more of this post

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