Nina Amir

Nina Amir, is known as the Inspiration to Creation Coach. As one of 800 elite Certified High Performance Coaches working around the world, she helps her clients Achieve More Inspired Results. She works with people who want to realize their dreams, achieve their potential, fulfill their purpose, and live full lives that feed their souls. Nina is also a bestselling author, certified Law of Attraction Coach, certified rebirther, and ordained minister.

get a long view--stop looking at what's right infront of you

The Importance of Seeing Beyond What is Right In Front of You

Growing up in New York’s Catskill Mountain region, I only saw long-range views from the top of hills or mountains. The rest of the time, the view was obstructed by the landscape itself. But I remember loving the times I could see for more than a short distance. I didn’t realize, though, how much I …

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have the courage to say goodbye

Why It’s Important to Have the Courage to Say Goodbye

I’ve never liked goodbyes. Maybe it’s because my father died suddenly when I was seven, and neither he nor I got to say goodbye. Or perhaps I simply avoid the inevitable pain that comes with leave-taking. But each time I don’t say goodbye, I cheat myself out of fully experiencing life. Goodbyes are inevitable. Yes, …

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Make space for your New Year desires

The Best Way to Make Room for What You Desire in the New Year

At the beginning of January, you dream about and take action toward whatever you want to create in the New Year—your New Year goals. You imagine all your desires fulfilled, but as the months pass, your frustration mounts because your desires remain unfulfilled. The reason is simple: you have not made room for anything new …

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identity and new year goals

Achieve Your New Year Goals by Aligning Them With Your Desired Identity

Good intentions aren’t enough to ensure the achievement of your New Year’s goals. If they were, more people would make good on their intentions. But, instead, only about eight percent of those who set goals in December actually achieve them. And the reason why is simple: On January 1, they possess the same identity as …

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Novelty and variety help you live fully and feel alive

Add Novelty and Variety to Your Life if You Want to Live Fully

Some people love novelty and variety. They seek out things that are new and different. Yet, others prefer the same ol’ same ol’. They like life to be predictable and known and avoid anything new or different. You drive through life in a rut if you avoid novelty and variety. You navigate down the same …

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Your life and identity are reflections of your commitments

How to Recognize What You are Really Committed To

If you want a deep awareness of your commitments, look at your identity and behavior. Both reflect your commitments. With that knowledge, you can then choose new commitments that better serve you. Consider this: If you often spend quiet time in nature—a behavior, you are committed to spending quiet time in nature and consider yourself …

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Being preoccupied doesn't mean you are occupied.

The One Reason Your Preoccupation Does Not Keep You Occupied

You know what it’s like when you are preoccupied. You have time to do what needs to be done, but your busy mind keeps you too occupied to accomplish much of anything. As a result, your productivity plummets. You can interchange the word “distracted,” but the reason distraction keeps you from taking action is better …

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How to Stop Struggling by Choosing Challenge Instead

No one really likes to struggle. That’s why we are told to reframe struggle as something positive. I prefer, however, to stop using the term altogether. I suggest we simply replace it with the word challenge. I can accept a challenge or take a challenge. A challenge stretches and pushes me to become a better …

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