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There are many reasons we may not take care of ourselves; life gets busy, we don't know where to start, it's overwhelming
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Imagine if you were to see that, see how the blessings of your own effort have allowed you to come alive in unimaginable ways -- and, not because anyone other than you made it happen. Imagine how surprised you might be. Imagine how we would celebrate.
Everything except for life, that is. I wouldn't say it takes a Harvard Medical School education to come to this realization, but I am going to let you in on the secrets hidden in the confines of a $400,000 degree:
I could have chosen to let what I overheard become my reality and my truth. I could have chosen to let someone else's insecurity affect what I know I'm capable of and I could have stayed there and continued giving a bunch of f****s.
It was recently is Small Business Saturday, a day, that for many entrepreneurs, including myself, is about more than shopping locally, and supporting neighborhood merchants: for many entrepreneurs, our businesses are our authentic lives. My small business saved my life.
Are you stuck in some area of your life? In your business, relationships, weight, confidence... do you feel like you're looking for the missing piece to finally shift it? Do you think you may be the one causing yourself pain? Are you finally fed up and done?
Some may be excruciating slow, and last in the pack. But guess what, they're still running. Let us honor Dr. Wayne Dyer's legacy by tightening up our shoelace and joining the race.
You see, I am a recovering Type A personality. It's something I'll never truly leave behind because it's such a part of me. But I proactively choose to mitigate these issues in my life now. Having read their list of "11 Things Every Type A Person Wants You To Know," I would like to offer the following five easy changes every Type A person can make to enjoy life more.
So maybe your business isn't where you want it to be. Or you've given up on your goals of writing a book, traveling the world, or opening your dream boutique. Think about this: What's the smallest very next logical step you can take to get back on track?
Do what you're doing when you're doing it. Stop beating yourself up for what you're not doing, and pay attention to what you are doing.
We can break through the barriers and start living our lives based on our deepest values. So says Mary Morrissey. Her expert insights on the spiritual side of success have given her audiences with The United Nations, The Dalai Lama and Nelson Mandela as well as numerous corporations and entrepreneurs.
Many of you may be at a place of despair and uncertain of what tomorrow may bring, but know it's at that moment when opportunity knocks. Trust that where you are is only temporary and your current situation will soon be behind you.
There is no magic in mindfulness. It simply starts with awareness. If you aren't aware of where you are, then you can't be aware of where you want to go, let alone how to get on the path that will guide you towards more personal freedom.
I live by the will-it-matter-in-five-years rule. When something happens that makes you upset, ask yourself that question, and you will find that most of the time the answer is no.
Living an authentic life is like arriving at your own door.
Hope springs eternal in the human heart. Today -- any day -- is the perfect day to fan that flame of hope - for ourselves, for our loved ones, for our country, and for our world.