According to the latest research news the process of aging begins even before we are born, according to an international group of researchers. In the womb dynamics determine growth such as nutrition and genetics that become amazing internal systems. While external “elements” of all the soul continues to develop and expand.
Studies on happiness suggest a person’s genetic makeup and environment affect his or her wellbeing. Research from one study used six factors:
- Their self-acceptance
- Feelings of autonomy
- Personal growth
- Positive relationships
- Pursuit of goals
- Sense of control over their lives
These factors suggest that a genetic contribution plays a role, but happiness is the sum of different genetic factors. There is not just one genetic pathway that determines happiness, and there is not just one personal characteristic that defines happiness. Instead, true psychological well-being is composed of several parts, which are influenced by different aspects of our biology.
Happiness is a combination of factors rooted in psychological well-being, fundamentals of living a good life, accepting yourself as who you are, as well as considering how sustainable change is achieved. Although evidence reveals happy people gain tangible benefits in many different life domains from their positive state of mind, happiness may be integral to mental and physical health. Embracing concepts offer evidence in greater self-control, self-regulatory and coping abilities, a bolstered immune system, and greater cooperation in multiple areas. The concept of psychological improvement from either an individual or group setting benefits those willing to explore and dig deeper. When we look at judgement from a psychological definition, we begin to understand that our impressions of other people seem to focus on morality, sociability, and competence. As humans, we make judgements all the time. This article speaks to the difference on Making Judgements and Being Judgmental Discretionary judgement is fascinating, although the capacity for discretionary judgement is only potentially present at birth, its development, although genetically programmed, is molded by experience, educational opportunities, family and social influences. Theoretically, it is always in process and inevitably limited. Defects of a psychological, social or spiritual nature may interfere and arrest its developmental process. If the developmental process is arrested, the level of development achieved may be disproportionate to the level necessary for the exchange of valid consent. Consent is a powerful notion to explore as it is found in social contracts that date back throughout time. Discovering why we consent, in the manner we do, to the multitude of options in our ordinary life is best realized through introspection, Purposeful Concepts terms this, “Who’s YOU?” Rather than jumping to a conclusion of who we think we are, let’s consider there are “Three You’s”:
- the You that you think you are
- the You others think you are
- and the You, possibly unrealized, of who you really are…
It doesn’t matter when we begin to discover the “Who’s YOU” any age is appropriate. Self-exploration is merely a visualization of what your “ideal self” might look like. When we try new things, evaluate our current skills, identify what you “value” about yourself, ask questions, learn something new and keep a journal to use in both contemplation and measurement of outcomes.
What is your goal? A closer alignment and understanding within self-awareness, courage to face and act on changes in a behavior or habit?
Are you a Leader? Leadership begins with the power of one, leading yourself in discovery of responsibilities and accountabilities that assist you, to find new avenues through the concepts we offer that bring you peace and joy in your journey ahead.
Life Coaching and Mentoring
We can have a variety of answers when we ask ourselves, or others “what do you want out of life?” as the journey is unique to each individual or team. Due to the complexity within the journey of life we are faced with many paths, choices, and situations. The choice that takes a split second to make can have a consequence that lasts a lifetime. The affect can be much larger than just on the one individual who made that decision. Often those types of decisions change how we view ourselves or others. There are ways to move past the barriers we create in our minds to move forward and develop in ways we might have never imagined. One concept is life coaching. Life coaching is making the decision to make the time and invest in yourself. You are worth it! A simple goal could include selection of what we call a “feature” to discover options and/or alternatives that actually help you to find your path to ‘feeling better” with increased confidence and joy.
When optimum wellness is achieved/activated you experience increased energy leading to more desirable outcomes and better state of mind. Changing the state of mind is amazing; this life changing transformational concept allows the soul to define greater meaning in the actions they take. Let us help you find an area you want to improve. Learn More
Tell ME About YOU!
Are you interested in exploring methods intended in developing new skills, strategies, and partnerships? A wise friend used to say, “Culture can eat strategy!” however oftentimes we observe patterns or behaviors in the workplace or executive leadership where the thought process of “culture” aligns with the outcomes we often measure. One concept of where to start is in simply asking the following:
- What is the challenge I/we would like to overcome?
- What are the perceived barriers?
- Why are those barriers present?
- Who owns them (do I/we have the authority to the barrier I am trying to solve?)
- Where do I start? (Do not be concerned with this answer, we’re on your team -that’s our Purpose!)
We Are “Multi-Generational
For the first time in history, there are five generations in the workplace. They are:
- Traditionalists—born 1925 to 1945
- Baby Boomers—born 1946 to 1964
- Generation X—born 1965 to 1980
- Millennials—born 1981 to 2000
- Generation Z—born 2001 to 2020
Each generation bring a variety of skillsets and experience that can lead to innovative concepts encompassing solutions for organizations, living arrangements, and family structures. Realtors now face the challenge of finding dwellings that accommodate multiple generations. From business perspectives to families understanding core values, work ethic, communication preferences, feedback preferences as well as stereotypes provides useful insight moving forward.
Defining a Good Life
When we look at the findings to develop a comprehensive view in the fundamentals to living a good life a big part of thriving involves accepting yourself as you are, imperfect but responsible and capable to do better, working towards goals, and getting along with others.
Transformation can be really considered “tough work” to accomplish since it allows awareness in the current state of three elements that include:
- physical or body; where we need to determine our personal “self-destructive” behaviors before we can specifically identify where and how to disengage
- emotional and/or soul; do we experience “emotional poverty”
- cognitive or mind; what are the mind-body interactions
The categories outlined above are sectioned out within the membership level Consumer and Caregiver (link bold to home page membership area) discussed on our Blog page (link to Blog page) as well on our social media (FB, Pinterest) Committing to “intentional living” towards the goals we are looking to achieve help us to “shine” as examples for others to follow; all the while realizing an action from any point in time does not define WHO you are, it is just the beginning of the realization of where to begin your journey.