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The buzz is in the air. People are feeling good. Well, some people. Others are feeling stressed.
The holidays offer a mixed bag of experiences ranging from shopping, family, eating, sharing, parties, laughing, crying, wrapping, unwrapping, and, OH, so much more.
How about we find the purpose…More..
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The seasons are changing. Leaves are falling and the air is becoming crisp. What else is changing in your life? Do you have a sense of purpose, and where are you now with that? What’s your next turn? Like The Byrds suggest – everything has its time and place. Life isn’t stagnant. Whether it moves from our own initiative or outside forces, the world will turn, seasons will change, and so will you . . .
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Wanted: A happy and healthy individual who knows how to organize their life so that it accounts for the needs of an optimal body. Must be willing to commit to schedules and work overtime when required. Salary starts at ‘feeling great about yourself’, and can rise as high as ‘long life’ and ‘comfortable living.’
Your health is a full-time job. It needs to be taken seriously, and often the key to this is organization. What do I mean? Try this exercise . . .
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“Organization is the key to success. ”
Yes. Right. Very good. . .
Is there some back door I can slip through instead? Are all the doors to success locked with the organization key; there must be a service entrance?
I’m terrible at organizing. My efforts start off fine: I can make a to-do list, tidy up my closet, and arrange my business agenda for the upcoming week . . . but leave all this alone a few days and it soon reverts to chaos.
Why? Because life is fast. It’s full of changes, full of plans and things can flip themselves upside down without notice. Expect the unexpected . . .
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Which sounds better?
1) “All work and no play makes Johnny a dull boy.
2) “Continuous effort – not strength or intelligence – is the key to unlocking our potential.”
What do you think? Continuous effort or engaging in play?
It’s easy to say “No, I can have it both ways,” but then responsibility and pressure catch up with us; continuous effort becomes a heavy strain and Johnny doesn’t only turn dull, he goes out of his mind with the stress . . .
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Life gets crazy, doesn’t it?
It’s so easy to be overwhelmed by your goals – wanting to reach a state of perfection – that things start spinning in circles around your head. This happens to me sometimes (even though I know it’s crazy to expect so much) and momentum can be a hard thing to break.