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Take Time to Apply the 5 P’s of Life!



1. Prayer- Take time to pray to God, our creator, on a daily basis. Develop sensitivity to hearing the voice of God. Listen and let Him direct your steps. God speaks to us in different ways. He speaks to us through dreams and visions, through scriptures, that still small voice and intuition, through prophecy, and other mature believers.

2. Power- Recognize that you have the power to overcome your obstacles, challenges, addictions, and strongholds. There is power in your thoughts. If you think you can then you can; if you think you can’t then you can’t. Believe in yourself. Positive thoughts will lead towards a powerful life. Negative thoughts will lead you towards a pitiful life. You can be pitiful or powerful. The choice is yours.

3. Purpose- You was created with a hope and a future for a purpose. Know your purpose. Everyone has an assignment in this world. However, it is up to you to find out what it is. It is your purpose that makes life worth living. Take a personal inventory and take a look at what you are naturally talented in, your strengths, likes, dislikes, etc. Purpose usually comes from your pain. Take a look at your struggles and challenges you’ve gone through. The painful situations you usually find yourselves in are what opens the door to our purpose. Our pain will be used for our good.

4. Push- Push away negative people, places, things, and thoughts that will prevent you from being the best you can be. Push away anyone or anything that will poison your mind. Push away anything that is not right for you. Push away being a people pleaser. Push away not being true to yourself. Push away foolishness.

5. Procrastination- Try to AVOID at all cost. Procrastination is when we make a decision for no valid reason to delay or not complete a task or a goal we’ve committed to and instead do something of lesser importance. Procrastination usually leads to negative consequences and anxiety. Sometimes we procrastinate when we really do not want to do something due to fear. Press on and get the task over. Many of us put off pursing our dreams due to a fear of failure or success. Step out in faith in follow your dreams. You only fail from not trying. If your plans do not work, change them and keep going.

We Only Win!

Arlinda Lindsay

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The Power of Positive Thinking

positive thinkingIf you want to make progress in your personal development, It is crucial to keep the proper mindset. Negative thinking will only slow your progress in that department and may thwart your best efforts. Practice positive thinking to achieve positive results. When you stay positive about all that you do, great things will follow.

You have to take some time to actually start contemplating what you think about, if you need to advance your thought patterns .Positive thinking is not a thing that just happens overnight, you are required to create a tradition of thinking positive.

A terrific way to help you think positively is to write whatever you like about yourself. Sometimes depressed people develop such a powerful, negative perspective of themselves because they could only see the things they don’t enjoy. Writing down a list of stuff you like about yourself can allow you to see yourself in another, more positive light.

It’s time to maintain a gratitude journal once you find it difficult to have something to be positive about. This is a terrific means for you to understand that your life is really not as bad as you believe it is. After a while, you will not need to think so hard since you’ll begin to develop an “attitude of gratitude” that makes you appreciate your own life.

If you find a particularly nasty thought rising, push yourself to come up with at least two favorable or flattering things about the person or individuals in question. Over time, often practicing this exercise shapes your emotions by immediately calling to mind the most positive aspects of both individuals and situations.

Becoming a positive thinker, you’ve got to banish negative thoughts from your thinking and replace them with positive thoughts. This is called thought management.

You are going to need to start training yourself to think otherwise, in case you are someone who’s generally reactive to situations. False beliefs will certainly cause us to react and say or do something we will regret. Try responding instead, for example, instead of thinking that something bad is going to happen and reacting, why take a deep breath and tell yourself that everything will be alright.

As you begin to apply these principles in your daily life, you may really begin to change your thinking and be positive.

To your success,

Arlinda Lindsay

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Self-Reflection 4 Key Advantages


You must practice self reflection, if you are looking to develop personally.

To be successful in any situation, it is critical to utilize self reflection consistently and thoughtfully. But first, what is self reflection?

Self reflection is an honest inventory, a fixing of our thoughts in the impact of our words and actions to people with whom we interact. The advantages of Self Reflection include:


Self-awareness includes our ability to read our own emotions as well as their effect on others. We then start to create a sharp awareness of our strengths, as well as limits, which then help us to develop a thorough comprehension of our capabilities.

Self Management

Through clarity of our limits and strengths we are able to hone our capability to self – manage. This consists of psychological self-control and the ability to adapt to changes that appear in the workplace, together with deal with complex, and ambiguous situations without taking it personal.

Personal Leadership Competency

Consistency, transparency, displaying ethics and honesty, lead to developing trust with others. Consequently, we become more engaged, enthusiastic, and take on a positive outlook and whereas before we may have seen only obstacles, we now see opportunities.

Social Competency

When you practice self-reflection you start to discover yourself and how well you display understanding, relating to others as well as their view, and showing concern for their position. Not only can you connect with other people but you have a perceptive read on the climate of earth around you and start becoming more socially competent. The main reason why most people don’t really get along socially is because they have not taken the time to reflect on their short comings and failures.

Self Reflection

Spend ten minutes every day taking some time to practice self-reflection. You can do this by doing things like journal writing, reading spiritual material, meditation or whatever can help you value your day and reflect on how your actions throughout the day reflect who you are and who you are becoming. Daily reflection can help you stay in your course.

If you would like to receive coaching on personal development please contact me.

Arlinda Lindsay

Manage Your Time, Manage Your Life!

If you find it hard to manage your time, learning how to achieve certain tasks and activities in small steps can help. The topic of time management can scare a lot of people and usually it is a daunting topic to think about. But like every other habit, if you take small steps you can make a lot of progress in a short period.

Inside every large job are plenty of small jobs. Sub-divide your own personal development tasks to make them easier to undertake. Subdivide it again if one part of a larger work continues to be ominously large. Good task section is good time-management. It is possible for you to attain enormous aims if you chew away at them regularly.

Time-management is key to living a life. There are always more things you can do daily than there is time for those things. You must be particular and you also need to be self-confident in picking what to do with your time. Have goals, make ideas and when the unexpected occurs, embrace it whether its something that makes you happy. You have to practice time management. One significant element of personal growth is understanding how to effectively manage your time. Strong time-management abilities can help you achieve your goals more quickly so that you can get more of everything you want from life.

Not only this, but controlling your time wisely can lower your total stress levels by making life far less frenzied and raced. Be well-timed. This is an art that may not come easy-to every one, however, is vital to your personal development. In today’s world time is money and if you’re late for appointments, you are not only squandering everyone’s time but also their money. Time-management is highly valued in virtually all aspects of culture. Time management is vital to processing, so don’t forget to put aside time every day to evaluate your overall operation.

As you plan your day around the smaller tasks and focus on achieving each one as a step towards the bigger goal, you will find yourself becoming more productive than ever before.

Personal development and time management is all about taking short steps towards higher changes, as you can see. It is possible to turn little steps into long lasting, powerful change within your own life by just being mindful. By following these simple steps, you will be well in your way down a route of self betterment!

Yours in success,

Arlinda Lindsay


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Keeping Individuals with Alzheimer’s Disease Safe

An informative video on caring for our loved ones with Alzheimer’s Disease.

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It’s Ok To Put Your Needs First…Learn to Say “NO” when needed!!!!

Many people find it hard to say no to other people for one reason or the other. Its not always easy to take a firm step and say no. There are many reasons for this. Thinking you are a bad person for saying no is a symptom of “the disease to please.” “Saying yes when you need to say no causes burnout. You do yourself and the person making the request a disservice by saying yes all of the time,” says author Duke Robinson. Here’s how to do the right thing―for yourself and others―in common scenarios where you know that opting out is your best option. Don’t feel guilty. Just take these tips from experts on etiquette and communication―and a cue from your favorite two-year-old―and say no.

Learn the power of saying “no” when you need to. This is not easy by any means, but it’s the only way to stay focused on the important things in your life. Saying yes to everything may result in the loss of ability to say yes to the best things. Say no more often and take back the control over your schedule and your life.

Say no to others without offering an apology. Everyone has the right to say yes or no to things that come up in daily life. Many work hard at saying no more often, but feel bad or guilty for doing so and then end up offering all kinds of reasons or excuses. You do not owe people an explanation about your choices regarding your own life. Learn to say no, without apology.

Learn to tolerate other peoples’ discomfort with the word no. Everyone needs to say no to somethings. Otherwise, the other people in our lives will take as much of our time and resources as we have to give them. When someone hears no and reacts negatively, it’s more about them than you. If they persist, ask why they expect you to say no to your own family, health, goals, etc. just so you can say yes to them. Only say yes when it’s something you truly want.

As you seek for a better tomorrow, the information in this article can assist you in making your dreams a reality. Holding onto your education, motivation and essential strategies help you make a concrete plan and stick to it; without such structure, moving forward may be more difficult than you can manage. By holding on to these strategies–and most importantly, to hope–you are setting your path toward a better, happier outlook.

To your success,

Arlinda Lindsay



Fight Off Depression

depression photoIt’s very easy to get depressed especially during one of the happiest times of the year, the holiday season. Fighting off depression is quite easy but it does take some work. It can make appreciating the good parts of life hard, while making it easy to focus on the bad. So what can you do if you’re suffering from depression? This article will provide you with some helpful advice.

Work on creating a positive and uplifting social life. Try hard to be more positive and show warmth to your friends and in social situations. Take an interest in them and work on developing and sharing the same interests and activities. Inform your friends and family that you want to be more positive and be more involved in their lives, as opposed to dwelling in your own depression.

Don’t be afraid to get help when you need it. The perfectionist thinking that goes along with depression, can often drive people to think that seeing a therapist for depression is a sign of weakness. But in fact, it’s just the opposite. Seeing a therapist means you’re facing the problem head-on and seeking a solution.

things i like about me

A simple way that you can fight off depression especially during the holiday season is to write things that you like about yourself. Sometimes depressed people develop such a powerful, negative view of themselves because they can only see what they don’t like. Writing down a list of what you like about yourself can help you see yourself in a different, more positive light.

Prepare yourself for the inevitable day when someone chooses to bully you or try to put you down. There is a good chance that you certainly do not deserve this kind of treatment, but it happens to everyone. Think about how you could respond to their jabs in a rational, polite, and reasonable way that will avoid conflict but will let that person know that he or she is out of line. This will help you to rise above the hurt that always accompanies this type of negative interaction.

It might seem that it’s easier said than done, but keeping a good attitude is a great way to fight off depression. If you can keep a positive attitude about beating your depression and actually honestly believe that it’s possible, you will find that depression isn’t as heavy and hard to lift as it seems.

Dealing with depression is an incredible challenge. However, even though depression is difficult, there are a wide array of options for anyone who’d like to improve their condition. No matter what path you choose, the tips from this article will ensure that you can make the decisions that are best for you.

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Be encouraged!

Arlinda Lindsay