The Magic Feather

Published by Bruhad Buch on

Magic talismans have been around for a considerable length of time, however sadly they rarely are the creation of supernatural occurrences, anticipating the future, or foreseeing our ways throughout everyday life, on the off chance that anything, their capacity depends on legend and fleeting. Magic has been an interest for a large portion of us directly from youth and we generally accepted that performers could really satisfy all desires..

The primary question here is “Where Do You Find that Magic?”

To discover The Magic – Your Magic, begin by asking yourself these questions:

 1) How Can I Free My Fears?

 2) How Can I Face Up to Anxiety?

 3) How Can I Become More Self-Confident?

The answers to these questions will point you in the direction of Your Authentic Self – The Magic within You! The magic within is often referred to as your spirit, your authentic self. This magic needs to be nurtured, appreciated, and embraced in order to feel worthy and confident. Wanting to be just like someone else can actually sabotage your desire to conquer your fear, anxiety, and embrace feelings of self-worth. As you go through the following post, I am sure you will come across points which will strike a deep feeling of recognition within you.

1) How Can You Free Your Fears?

            ”If You Judge People, You Have No Time To Love Them.” ~ Mother Theresa

Let Go of Judgement   

Do you depend too much on the approval of others? When you need to take approval or admiration of others’, you allow other’s opinions to stop you from taking action. Inside your unresolved assessment of yourself, anxieties are borne inflamed by the critiques of others.

Set those critics lose – let them die – in order to be free!

Let Go of Wanting to Be Just like Someone Else

 Explicit envy will pull you away from the real challenge – Being Yourself!

– Don’t Mimic!

– Make Your Own Style!

– Take Action!

– Don’t Be A – Wanna-Be!

Let Go of Perfectionism

Being perfect is a Myth. It is a form of “procrastination” because you never quite get there. Perfectionism confines you, makes you stop short of your goals. Don’t waste anymore of your valuable time!

2) How Can You Face Up To Anxiety?

Minimize the Power

Anxiety feeds on itself and multiplies. Accept that everyone gets nervous and anxious at one time or another when speaking. Accept the adrenaline rush

Think Others – Think Message – NOT Self!

Instead of looking in the mirror and focusing on your bad hair day, the circles under your eyes, or that chipped nail, say the introduction to your presentation. Say it until it belongs to You!

Speak – Don’t Talk

Talking is random; Speaking is Purposeful and PREPARED! How do you get anywhere in life successfully? With a lot of hard work, dedication and good old Practice!

3) How Do You Become More Self-Confident?

“Be Yourself, The World Worships the Original.” ~ Ingrid Bergman

Use High-Octane Self-Talk

Don’t bad mouth yourself! If you talk to others the way you loathe and beat up on yourself, you would have no friends. Low self-esteem and lack of confidence will eventually follow your self-loathing and abusive self-talk around ~ like a puppy dog. Praise goes a long way! Always accept those areas that need improvement and always compliment yourself for a presentation well done.

Find the Pearl

Learning to speak confidently is not about changing yourself or enacting successful speakers. It is about finding the pearl hidden within you that is the perfect shape and size. It’s All Yours!

– It’s Your Brilliance

 Your Shine

 Your Polish

– The Gem that is Uniquely You! BE YOURSELF

Bruhad Buch

Founder of AUMASOLUTIONISTS, with more than a decade of professional service, believe that problems are moving targets and can be solved with a simple mindset change. I have multifaceted experience in businesses covering retail, financial services, EPC & Manufacturing Industries. I'm a Design thinking practitioner and In addition to being an MBTI practitioner, I am certified with a Green Belt in Lean Six Sigma, Instructional Design and also hold a Harvard Manage Mentor degree to my credit. In my career span, I have covered a gamut of functional areas in Human Resources Planning, Learning & Development, Organization Development, Talent Management and Talent Development while working with various organizations. Have been progressively responsible for Designing the Framework for L&D Activities, Innovation in Process Improvement, Instructional Design, Facilitating Behavioural Programs (Classroom Programs, Gamification, Virtual Classrooms, Learning Café’s, Outbound Programs, Blended Programs & Experiential Learning Programs), Conceptualizing, Planning and Executing various learning initiatives, Spearheading Change Management Initiatives, Conducting Assessment & Development Centre’s, Facilitating Capability Development Initiatives for Succession Planning and Management Development Programs across various levels of management. Expertise: Behavioral Training, Experiential Learning, Assessment & Development Centres, Development Action Planning, Content Development, Process Management, Data Analysis & Communication


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