It's fair to say that in order for something to move forward, there must be open space in front of it. Like a boulder at the brink of rolling down a hill. It can only gain momentum if there's space in front of it. The same can be said for our way of thinking. If we want momentum in our businesses and lives, we must be thinking in terms of spaciousness, not limitation.
I was ten minutes early for the meeting with one of our district's new hires, a middle school music teacher. In my new hybrid role that included coaching/mentoring over seventy teachers in my district, I was visiting Mrs. Green, who had taught elsewhere previously but was still quite new to the profession.
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When you shift your focus from the should to present moment, you gain power and clarity to shift into a more authentic state of being. It requires commitment, willingness, and even some discipline to keep shifting moment by moment. The truth is, each moment is all we really have anyway. Choose wisely in this moment. Surrender your should's and experience freedom.