When you decide to do a shift in your life and want to become an entrepreneur, loads of emotions arise! It will be like a rollercoaster with highs and losses 🤔
A lot of people are not ready to challenge themselves and it is OK, but if you are ready, check out this 5 emotions that you might encounter daily
🔹 Fear ~ you need to take the right decision at the right time, the sooner the better 🔹Curiosity ~ you cannot build a business if you are not flexible. You need to stay on top of your game and innovate so a great idea can become something real 🔹 Doubt and anxiety ~ when you feel you are making the right decision, just go for it don’t doubt yourself and waste time. Anxiety is a normal reaction to stress. Trust your own instinct 🔹 Excitement and euphoria ~ If you are excited and happy about your business, you will be more confident about risk-taking. If the euphoria, of building a business, doesn’t buoy you on a daily basis then do something else with your life! 🔹 Impostor syndrome ~ even if you are just starting your journey, push aside this emotion of being skeptical of your own abilities. Learn well your product/service and be confident that you can do it.
Entrepreneurship is a life calling. It’s common for new business owners to experience fear, uncertainty or a rush of excitement. But these emotions are only a small part of our daily lives. What catches most new business owners off-guard are the emotions they don’t expect to feel.
Don’t waste time thinking “What if”. What is done in the past can’t be changed unless you found the machine to go back in time 😉
The only thing you can do is Taking action! Massive action! 🔥🔥
By dwelling on dark things all you do is reinforcing negative thoughts patterns which might invite misfortune by creating a constant expectation of challenges. 🤔
To avoid staying in that spiral, 👉 Take the kind of action that most people are not willing to take to get the job done. 👉 Develop a winning attitude by approaching each setbacks with the positive attitude telling yourself that “I can do it” or “I will figure this out “ 👉 Adjust to changing conditions and circumstances by thinking differently and unreasonably 👉 Anticipate the next step to keep building momentum you need to reach your goals. 👉 Avoid making excuses and work efficiently with flexible approach.
Melatonin is a hormone found naturally in the body that regulates the sleep-wake cycle. It is also called “hormone of sleep” or “hormone of darkness”. It is primarily released by pineal gland which is a pea sized gland found just above the middle of your brain. Your body makes more melatonin at night, the levels start to go up in the evening once the sun sets and it drops in the morning when the sun goes up. Melatonin also plays a role in the body’s antioxidant defenses and helps regulate blood pressure, body temperature and cortisol levels, as well as sexual and immune function.
What does melatonin do? How does it work?
Its main job is to regulate night and day cycles or sleep-wake cycles. Darkness causes the body to produce more melatonin, which signals the body to prepare for sleep. Light decreases melatonin production and signals the body for being awake. It is thought that adding melatonin from supplements might help them sleep. If you take melatonin supplements it is best to take them during the evening. Experts do not recommend the use of melatonin on children and adolescents until further research has been made. Melatonin is transferred into breast milk, breast feeding mothers should keep it in mind, it might cause daytime sleepiness in the child.
Benefits/uses of melatonin
Melatonin is commonly used for insomnia and improving sleep in different conditions.
For example: Jet lag, adjusting sleep-wake cycle for people whose schedule changes, insomnia and anxiety.
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Ask a doctor if you take medications and want to start taking melatonin. Melatonin supplements have not been linked to any serious side effects, even at very high doses. However further research is needed for long-term safety.
If something happens that causes bad energy and negativity in your life, it’s easy to get consumed by it.🤔 The best way to overcome this is to realize your ability to push negative things away and adjust your direction of thought to positive. 😎 You may be down for a while, but eventually, you will find an answer; you can accept that storm and try to put together something that’s good. 💪 You need to get rid of things that are weighing you down, things that feel like an anchor around your neck and things that take up valuable space on your ship and in your life. 🌸🦋
Find your passion, find the meaning of your life, your gift 😎
Once you know exactly what you want to achieve, take little steps at a time and when you encounter some obstacles, don’t look back, push forward ! 🤔 It is better to make steady slow progress than pushing yourself for a short time and giving up at the first hiccup 💪
👉 If you expect different results by doing the same thing, it is not going to happen. 👉 I like the 2nd one, there is no shame to ask. My children are always embarrassed when i try to get discounts or talk to strangers about my business. Well you can either get a yes or a no but at least i try! 🙌 👉 And the last one, don’t stay still! Move forward towards your goals.. Believe in yourself! Do what it takes 😎
The scientific name of yarrow is Achillea millefolium. Yarrow is grown in downy perennial of pastures, roadsides and waste places, from June until November. It belongs to the family Asteraceae. Yarrow was also known as herbal militaris for its use in stopping the flow of blood from injuries. Yarrow is in myth and legend; it is a plant that many cultures of the world have used and revered. Achillea millefolium was named in honor of the Greek god Achilles; who according to legend, used this herb extensively for wound staunching on the battlefield.
Description of Yarrow
Yarrow carries numerous flower heads in 6-10cm flat-topped umbel like clusters to 50cm high. The untrained eye could initially mistake yarrow’s flowering structure for an umbel, and place yarrow in the carrot family. Each flower is comprised of a yellow-cream disc florets and pink-white ray florets. The leaves of this plant are very beautiful, millefolium which means thousand leaf, dark green and feathery, with numerous very fine slightly jumbled leaflets. Wispy, feathery foliage, which seemingly resembles the wild carrot. Yarrow’s leaves, with their thin and finely divided lobes, gave rise to its other common names; ‘milfoil’ and ‘thousand leaf’.
Benefits of yarrow
Yarrow is commonly used for diarrhea, gas, asthma, colds, runny nose, arthritis, wounds, skin healing, liver disorders, and many other conditions, but there is no good scientific evidence to support these uses.
The volatile oil constituents, such as cineole, have anti septic qualities, while azulene, responsible for the blue colour of the essential oil, not only reduces inflammation, but stimulates the formulation of tissue for wound healing. The flowers taste bitter, and have a characteristic medicinal odour. Yarrow has creamy white ray-florets, delicately framing the orange-tinted, central disk-florets, but pink strains of yarrow will frequently be seen. Five or six florets are typically found in each individual flower head.
Be careful when taking Yarrow it can be dangerous, ensure you consult your doctor before use.
Harvest and Growth
Leaves: Spring – when young.
Flowers: From July – September, just when opening
New growth will re-emerge from its creeping and steadily spreading rhizomes in early Spring (march). The root system means we usually find the plant growing as dense mats. The basal leaves are sometimes quite large and sprawling, always on long leafstalk, and initially grow in a rosette. When coming into flower, the stem leaves become shorter, sessile, and alternately spaced.
The flowers start blooming from June, with furrowed, flowering stems, typically reaching heights of 60-70cm. If you look closely from below, you will see numerous flower stalks clustered together high up on the stem, you will also see how they do not all originate from a central point on the stem, as per umbelliferous plants.
Yarrow grows in a range of habitats, throughout Britain and Ireland, except for areas which are permanently waterlogged, or on soils that are strongly acidic. It populates waysides, pastures, grassy places, hedgerows, and waste-ground, in town or country, throughout the land. It is a lover of temperate climates, you can almost always easily find yarrow in Britain, even at altitudes of up to around 1100 metres. While on the coast, look in fields by the dunes and stabilised shingle. It thrives in harsh conditions without losing a fresh look of vitality. This becomes especially noticeable during droughts, when its dark green foliage stands out from brown and withered neighboring plants.
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