Discipline: the ability to control yourself or other people, even in difficult situations Motivation: enthusiasm for doing something Gratitude - a strong feeling of appreciation to someone or something for what the person has done to help you Appreciate - to recognize how good someone or something is and to value him, her, or it Emotion - a strong feeling such as love or anger, or strong feelings in general Satisfaction - the pleasant feeling you get when you receive something you wanted, or when you have done or are doing something you wanted to do Opportunity - an occasion or situation that makes it possible to do something that you want to do or have to do, or the possibility of doing something Overcome - to defeat or succeed in controlling or dealing with something Challenge - something that needs great mental or physical effort in order to be done successfully and therefore tests a person's ability Difficult - needing skill or effort Routine - a usual or fixed way of doing things Habit - something that you do often and regularly, sometimes without knowing that you are doing it Toxic - causing you a lot of harm and unhappiness over a long period of time Boundary - a real or imagined line that marks the limits or edges of something and separates it from other things or places; a dividing line Adulting - the practice of behaving in the manner of a responsible adult, especially in completing everyday tasks Procrastination - the act of delaying something that you should do, usually because you do not want to do it Motivation - the reason why somebody does something or behaves in a particular way Taboo — a cultural or religious custom that does not allow people to do, use or talk about a particular thing Addiction — the condition of being unable to stop using or doing something as a habit, especially something harmful Childhood trauma — an event experienced by a child that threatens their physical or mental well-being Self-control — the ability to remain calm and not show your emotions even though you are feeling angry, excited, etc. Prohibited — not allowed; banned Emotional Intelligence: the ability to be aware of, control and express your emotions; be able to reasonably and sympathetically relate to interpersonal relationships. Interpersonal — relating to relationships or communication between people. Judicious — having or showing good judgement or sense. Empathy — the ability to understand and share the feelings of another. Capacity — the maximum amount that something can contain. Expectation - the act or state of expecting or the state of being expected Serenity - the quality or state of being serene; calmness; tranquillity Manifest - to show plainly; reveal or display Resolution - the condition or quality of being resolute; firmness or determination Purpose - the reason for which anything is done, created, or exists Give up - to stop trying to do something before you have finished, usually because it is too difficult Phrases and Idioms that will be used in our webinar today: Rise and shine - said to tell someone to wake up and get out of bed It’s now or never - said when you must do something immediately, especially because you will not get another chance Face challenges - to have to deal with problems Head on - dealing with problems with your head held high Never give up - believe in yourself and don’t stop trying to achieve your goal Definitions of from the Collins English Dictionary [ ] © HarperCollins Publishers
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