Achievements – Getting Started to Boost Your Mojo

Achievements – Getting Started to Boost Your Mojo

  Achievements are another part of our Mojo, as defined by Marshall Goldsmith’s book. They affect how we think of ourselves, how other people see us, and so are knitted into our identity. What is the next big thing you want to achieve and is it so big that...

Boost Your Identity – Get Your Mojo Back

Identity is about making sense of who you are. Part of boosting that is to find out where you are inhabiting on a graph of happiness versus meaning. In order to keep our mojo, everything you do should be contributing either to short-term happiness or longer-term...

Reputation –¬†Improving Your Mojo

Reputation can have a big impact on your mojo; how we think others perceive us will affect how we feel about ourselves. One of the suggestions in this area is to record some personal metrics. We can easily measure our weight as adults, like we measured our height when...
Acceptance – You Need It For Your Mojo

Acceptance – You Need It For Your Mojo

Finally, in tips for building Mojo, we have acceptance. Here the suggestion is to name the issue or situation; literally give it a name that you can use to refer to it. In The Only Pirate at the Party, Lindsey Stirling talks about doing this with her eating disorder...

Getting Your Mojo Back

You could be happier. Probably. Okay, so it’s a guess on my part, but if there’s even a grain of truth in that then it’s worth reading on. How satisfied are you with your life? Or maybe a better question might, ‘how much happier might it be...