As the year is fast approaching its end, it’s time to think about goals and ambitions for 2020.
My top tip for succeeding in achieving those goals is to choose something that is realistic. Very often we challenge ourselves too high and when we are unable to reach that expectation we get less motivated and give up. So instead, break down your goal into manageable chunks to achieve over a period of time.
One of my goals for 2020 is to learn a new piece on the piano. I’ll aim to practice once every 2 weeks and hopefully by the time 2020 is over I’ll have new performance for you. 🎹
It’s so tempting to fall into the same routine week in week out without setting yourself challenges or goals. This can often make us feel underwhelmed and unmotivated to push ourselves to success.
Try writing yourself a short list of things you’d like to achieve by the end of the week. It’ll give you objectives and purpose and so by the time it reaches Friday, you’ll be able to look back and celebrate how much you’ve done.
For me, being able to inspire others to pursue their dreams and give them hope and confidence in their abilities is such a motivational and gratifying feeling.
Being a non surgical trainer, I’m in a privileged position to empower others to succeed whilst giving guidance on safe injecting techniques. Helping to contribute to a new generation of safe cosmetic injectable physicians.
Having a hobby can be a great addition to your life, it can act as an escape from the daily grind, allow you to experience new challenges or even give you a forcing function to take a break.
I’ve always loved music as a child, from playing the recorder to the clarinet and the piano. I find this particularly useful in my day to day life as a cosmetic injector as it helps improve my manual dexterity, a vital skill when using a needle.
Anxiety, depression, substance misuse and eating disorders are just some of the common mental health problems that affect many of us. In fact over half the population will experience a mental disorder at some point in their lives.
Don’t suffer alone. There’s a wealth of help out there, from psychological therapies, support groups, coaching groups, medication and so much more.
If you are concerned about yourself or a friend please seek medical help and pop by and see me in clinic.