Our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy have changed. We think you'll like them better this way.

succoach

LIVE WITHOUT LIMITS: Personal Success on a Daily Basis

×  

Follow This Show

Stay in the know about new episodes and updates.
I'm a Career & Personal Development Strategy Coach---​​Entrepreneurs who are in search of personal development and learning success strategies hire me to overcome their limiting beliefs and develop healthy habits, a successful mindset, and SMART goals. Bottom line we help you develop a more positive attitude, set achievable goals, and make better choices in life, 🔷 WHAT WE’LL BE COVERING... DAY 1: Ways Your Unconscious Thoughts Affect Communication & the Laws of Attraction Are you constantly bombarded with thoughts that create feelings of stress, anxiety, worry, nervousness, jealousy, limitedness, or inferiority? Whether you are conscious of it or not, the fact remains that you are attracting these thoughts in your mind. You can blame your life situation, and circumstances, as much as you want but the truth still remains that it’s you that’s ultimately attracting these negative situations. No one wants to attract a negative reality, but when we are unconscious of the negative patterns in us, this is all we end up doing. DAY 2: "Toxic Relationships Can Affect Your Mental Health" The biggest struggle with toxic relationships is one that makes you feel unsupported, misunderstood, demeaned, or attacked. On a basic level, any relationship that makes you feel worse rather than better can become toxic over time. Toxic relationships can exist in just about any context, from the playground to the boardroom to the bedroom. You may even deal with toxic relationships among your family members. DAY 3: "Elements of the Workplace Culture" The biggest struggle is to find those individuals in the workplace that need help to create a positive workplace culture •Set clear departmental goals •Promote the organization’s goals •Allow for humor •Prioritize respect DAY 4: "Changing Your Mindset from Failure to Success" I find that many people givie up too soon because they fear failure and what their peers will think of th

Upcoming Broadcasts

This is where the famous love languages come into play. Most of us know the 5 love languages that are in Gary Chapman's book, published in 1992, but not all of us know how to show love in these languages. Words of affirmation Quality time Receiving gifts Physical touch Acts of service We typically know how we want to be loved but often do not take the time to understand how the person we are with wants to be loved. Here is How You Can Love Your Partner in Their Love Language 1. Words of Affirmation. If this is your partner's love language, you need to be very patient. Your partner knows that you love them, but they would appreciate being reminded verbally. They need you to remind them that they are special and you love them. 2. Receiving Gifts. This language is often misunderstood and largely attributed to women. 3. Physical Touch. For these people, appropriate physical touch is the way they connect with their loved one. You need to clearly understand if your partner is comfortable with public display affection (PDA) or not. 4. Acts of Service. These people believe that actions speak louder than words. You telling them that you love them is good, but showing them that you do is more important. The selfless and thoughtful acts don't have to be grand gestures, just the small and thoughtful ones will remind them that you love them. 5. Quality Time. These people value spending time with their loved ones, and that is good enough for them. If you show them love in any of the above languages, they will most likely not turn you down, but spending time makes them feel most loved. People who should listen to this show are mental health counselors
  • by succoach
  • in Business
  • 00:30

On-Demand Episodes

They want that honeymoon phase to continue, but just don't know how. Today, let's look at helpful ways you can keep your honeymoon phase going or get it back. 8 Ways to Keep the Honeymoon Stage Alive! 1. Keep Your Dates... more

What Does It Mean When You Are Irritable All the Time? Irritability can arise from physiological causes and psychological causes. And we all get irritable from time to time! Maybe we slept poorly or perhaps we're starting to get a bit... more

Oftentimes, this can be confusing, especially if you don't know what is what, and the purpose of the different types of therapy. The paradox of choice kicks in, and figuring out what is the best type for you becomes daunting. In some cases,... more

Well, you might be facing a bit of a power struggle in your relationship. And the truth is these are fairly normal! Yet, sometimes, they can also turn ugly. In this article, we're going to dig into the dynamics of a power struggle and how you... more

What Makes a Healthy Mind? A healthy mind involves emotional, social, and psychological wellness. This spills over into how you feel, think, and act, as well as your ability to cope, handle stress, and make decisions in your life. Similar... more

Why Are Friendships so Special? One can be born without a family and may stay years without a lover, and still go on to lead a very pleasant and fulfilling life as long as their friends are great. But not so much can be gotten out of life without... more

As more people on the planet become more conscious or awake spiritually, this model for relationships is being replaced by a more conscious model. You might call it a new paradigm so-to-speak. Many couples on a spiritual path are... more

Life comes with inevitable change – sometimes it's easy and nice, other times it is hard and painful. But whether we consider them good or bad is all up to us. True, some of these ups and downs may be stressful and add pressure... more

Have you ever just lay in bed at night and wondered about your life? What your purpose is? Why you feel so sad lately? What would make you happy? These types of questions are fairly common. Part of life's journey is trying to figure out... more
Show Extras

Facebook comments

Available when logged-in to Facebook and if Targeting Cookies are enabled