I hold the belief that even if it all falls apart, everything will always be okay.
Which means that I often don’t give things as much effort as I could or should because I’m aware that everything will be okay, no matter the outcome.
When we take advantage of our circumstances life has this way of reminding us that we should make time for gratitude.
It might come in the form of something ‘going wrong’ or having to deal with an un-ideal circumstance. It’s in those moments that we can end up getting frustrated at life for dealing us such a poor hand or we can use it as a growth point.
I’m currently experiencing…
It’s difficult because…
It is teaching me…
Moving forward I will…
Sunday morning is the perfect time to make plans and daydream.
Take some time and think about an idea or a project that you’ve been working on and write down a grand plan for it. Make it meaningful, more than just I want to make lots of money.
Get right down to the core of your thing.
Why do I want to do this?
What am doing to work towards my grand plan?
What am I doing that is not helping me work towards my grand plan?
What can I remove from my life to give me more time and mental space to work towards my grand plan?
Do I believe my grand plan is possible and why or why not?
So now that you’ve given it some thought commit yourself to dedicating time every week to working towards your plans. It can be 20 minutes a day or maybe a couple of hours a few times a week. The point is to take action, start now.
For almost a week now, I’ve been going back and forth on something I need to say.
Should I do it over text or face to face?
Should I just say nothing?
Should I be honest or do I need to be brutally honest so they don’t misinterpret what I say?
Should I use NLP to help me come up with how to word things?
Do I need to explain in detail or just say the overall gist of what I’m thinking?
Am I being judgmental?
How is this person going to react?
Do they even care?
As I’m sure you can imagine I’ve had a lot on my mind and am still unsure of how to go about things. It has reminded me that I spend too much time ruminating and not enough time doing because I could have gotten this all over with a few days ago.
But at least I’ve learnt my lesson for next time (hopefully).