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Author: Siana-Rose Crawford

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Welcome to Mindset Managed with me, author S. R. Crawford. Here on my podcast, we will be bringing you weekly inspiration every Monday to nurture your mind and conquer your world! We’re talking holistic health, mindsets, and personal growth. We believe that if you are aware of your inner world, you can understand it; and if you understand it, you can conquer it! So, let’s grow together…
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I'm saying goodbye for the rest of 2020. I'll be speaking to you all again soon in 2021, hopefully with a better year ahead of us as a world! I'm talking briefly about my own life, changes, and things I've learned and have yet to learn. Take care, all, end on a high and keep growing... Speak soon!
Let me tell you, in case you didn't know, it's okay not to know everything! It's okay to say, "I don't know enough about this to have an opinion!" Wow, what a concept! Today I'm talking about how we need to all take a step back and appreciate what we don't know as an opportunity to actually learn.
I've been angry and sad lately. Not in my personal life, because thankfully that's great, but with the state of the world and the negativity of the people in it. Today, I'm ranting about it all and seeing if we can be and see the light at all right now...
My partner of almost 6 years is 26 years old now! Happy birthday! I wanted to just discuss all the things I've learned from him during our relationship. This is just some of the amazing things that I've gained from him just being himself...
In today's podcast episode, I'm talking passionately about our self-worth and self-esteem and how these are affected by how much power we give to external things. We mindlessly give away energy, power, thoughts, feelings, and time to things that don't deserve it. We rely too heavily on external things, when we need more self-trust above all else...
Who have you decided you are and what have you decided it means? What would happen if you un-decided it?
I feel like 2020 has been a Microcosm of life as a whole: uncontrollable, unpredictable, up and down, emotional, but a blessing if you look close enough... What has your 2020 looked like? What have you learned? What does it all mean for you, your life, and your future? And what will you do to make the last 3 months count? Today I'm reflecting on my own year and giving some insights into how we grow through adversity.
If you are an anxious overthinker, like me, then your mind is used to imagining the worst and thinking about every scenario. But what if I encouraged you to do this in a more focused and productive way? You're already an intelligent, creative person, because overthinking and imagination go hand-in-hand. Why not use this skill in a healthier way to motivate you?
Memento Mori = "Remember you must die..." This podcast episode was quickly recorded the day Chadwick Boseman passed away. May he rest in eternal peace. Today we are reflecting on our mortality and the shortness and fragility of life; not so that we become depressed from that reality, but so that we can refocus on what truly matters.
Adulting is hard and nothing like we expected as kids. But we're here, we're adults, and it's something we have to try to succeed at! So what do we do? I have a number of key things that can help us to navigate adulthood a little better to ensure a healthy, happy experience.
Today's podcast is talking about focusing on who you are and what you choose to do today. Not big goals and to-dos, but who and what you choose in each moment. I'm covering habits and consistency, while reflecting on the fact that who we become and what we do in life always comes back to choosing health and happiness first. It's about cultivating a vision of who you want to be, then choosing a part of that to be and do right now and every day of your life.
At the end of the day, we are responsible for who we are, what we do, and how we feel. Others come along and affect us, but how much that affects us in the long-term is solely our responsibility…
Most of us who care about self-development or who are ambitious and have big goals will have an image of who we want to be. Of what we want to do and what our ideal future will look like. But how do we get from here to there? In today's podcast, I'm considering this idea and talking about how to get serious about your goals, while focusing in on your WHY. Ask yourself: What energy am I bringing into this? Why am I really doing this? A weak reason why makes for a fragile foundation for going after your goals in life. Instead, we must find our resolve. Find our inner reason why which drives us forwards, keeps us going, and never lets us stop.
Do you know where you're at in life? Does it matter? Can you define the current stage you're in and what it demands of you? What're your intentions right now? What's your purpose? What's the point of/ reason for this stage? What do you need to learn? What do you need to do? Who do you need to be? What's your focus in this stage of life? Let's discuss... "You can't be somewhere that you're not."
We all yearn for things in life. The longing is what drives us forwards. This fantasy, this idea, it steals our attention and motivates us...or consumes us. What happens when the yearning takes over? When we believe more in the fantasy than reality? "Keep your feet on the ground as your daydream"
We all experience fluctuations in our moods and our motivations, where one minute we feel good and productive, and the next we can't bring ourselves to do anything. I've felt high highs and low lows lately, feeling like I'm on a rollercoaster that I can't get off. Today, I'm discussing why our moods and motivation changes, and what to do with the highs and what to do with the lows.
So, I'm moving out of my family home for the first time and therefore this massive transition is forcing me to grow and evolve. There will be moments like this throughout all of our lives, where we're called to grow and learn. We only have one choice to make: evolve or remain the same. I'm talking about choosing to level up, gaining new experiences and lessons along the way; new obstacles and challenges for growth; and reflecting on how comfortable "comfort" is anyway?
What are your goals for the rest of 2020? What are your goals for next year? What are your life goals? I don't know about you, but I have a tendency to freak myself out or get overwhelmed and disheartened by a long-term goal or big life choice. Why? Because focusing on that goal too much, only further outlines how far you have left to go. What's the solution? I have an idea...
Today I’m doing a rambly philosophical chat inspired by the idea of balance, spectrums, and not being all this or all that. How we are all on a continuum, shifting up and down, never fixed…unless we decide to be. Going ten levels deep on: Awareness of our eternal subjectivity and our perception of life Opening our minds and our hearts Seeking balance and spectrums of truth and being Empathy and understanding of ourselves and others Constant lessons from the school of life Finding hope through opening your mind Adopting a Growth Mindset Want to open your mind and heart to see, feel and experience more in life? Here’s how to open your mind and go further…
Today I just wanted to reflect on it being the end of June and therefore we have finished 6 months of the year! How did that happen? And we've had most of that time taken away from us, derailing our goals, our plans, and our lives. So, what do we do now, with another uncertain 6 months left of 2020? Let's discuss... Adversity Perspective shifts Hope Adapting and Resilience What matters most Do your best
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