Best of the Blog - Your Favorite Exisle Empowerment Posts So Far

It's been just over a year since Exisle Empowerment was launched, and since then we've published dozens of posts from our expert authors with practical tips on how to improve your life based on science, research and experience.

Here's a round up of your favorite posts on the blog so far, based on how many times you shared them on social media. There will be many more articles to come! If there's anything in particular that you want to see let us know in the comments section below.

1 How to Stop Procrastinating and Start Getting Things Done by Lilian Wissink

How to Stop Procrastinating

This blog is a follow-up to a very popular article on “how to overcome the inner critic” (see below) by experienced psychologist Lilian Wissink. If you've been wanting to write, draw, paint or express yourself creatively, but keep putting it off, this post will help you overcome your obstacles and start making things happen.

2. The Four Things You Need to Stop Doing to Own Your Life and Achieve Your Goals by Shelley Brunskill-Matson

Achieve Your Goals by Shelley Brunskill-Matson

The author of this blog Shelley Brunskill-Matson is a mother of four, dancer and a life coach. She highlights a few truths to make your goals a reality and take responsibility. Stop to complaining, making excuses, blaming others and stop caring what other think. The blog makes and interesting and motivating read and has enjoyed a large number of shares on social media.

3. The 7 Step Mindfulness Formula to Be Happy at Work and Enjoy Your Job (No Matter What It Is) by Dr. Stephen McKenzie

7 Step Mindfulness Formula

As the title suggests, the blog features some mindful tips to enjoy your work and be happy no matter what your job is. Work is a vital activity in our life and therefore, it is very important to start enjoying it rather than battling through the working day. The post highlights seven mindfulness formula to enjoy your job and be happy.

4. What Causes Irritable Bowel Syndrome and How to Treat It-By Benjamin Brown ND

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a common digestive health problem that many people struggle with. The author Benjamin Brown ND has created a 7 part video series that helps people to understand what IBS is and how it can be treated. The video series clearly explains what causes IBS and what changes one should implement in the diet, mindset and lifestyle to overcome the symptoms.

5. How to Free Yourself From Your Inner Critic by Lilian Wissink

Free Yourself From Your Inner Critic

This is psychologist Lillian Wissink’s second post to feature in our list. The inner critic - that little voice that judges your creative efforts - is the downfall of many aspiring artists. If this has been stopping you from giving your creative efforts the time they deserve, then follow these tips to free yourself and start becoming the artist you have always wanted to be.

6. Yes, You Can Grow Your Confidence (No Matter How Long You've Waited) by Lisa Philips

Grow Your Confidence

Not everyone is confident about what they do, but that does mean not it has to stay that way. Your confidence comes from yourself - not from your friends, your job, or your parents. Learn how to grow your confidence the fast and easy way.

7. The Pleasure Achievement Principle - How to Find the Balance Between Work and Fun in Everyday Life by Chris Skellett

The Pleasure Achievement Principle

Learn how to strike the balance between work and play so you can enjoy yourself without feeling guilty, and achieve your goals without feeling stressed.

8. Giving Up 'The Disease To Please' - How to Stop Being a People Pleaser by Lisa Phillips

The Disease To Please

To get what we want our of life it's important to kick the 'disease to please'. This blog describes how you can actually do it and live life on your own terms.

9. Four Ways to Tap Into Your Intuition in Everyday Life by Dr. Cate Howell

Tap Into Your Intuition

Your life always needs a source of strength and guidance and intuition can be this ‘source.’ However, we go through daily grind at work or with other issues in our life that make it hard to tap into our intuition and get complete access to the full depth of wisdom that we have within. The intuition expert and author Dr. Care Howell brings a four-step guide that shows how we can tap into our intuition in everyday life.

That's all for now. Enjoy reading the posts above, and let us know in the comments section below if there's anything else you'd like to see.

All the best,
Nathan
Exisle Empowerment Editor