Ever watch a little boy pull up a chair next to his dad at the bathroom sink and “shave” with…
Events in life are constant and impartial. Not unfair. Impartial. It is up to us to give the events meaning and decide how we will carry on once they’ve occurred. When we face adversity, overcoming adversity becomes the priority.
Foundational parenting is a beginning place that makes all the twists and turns easier to handle. Now don’t quote me…
Set yourself up for success in your relationship by being specific as to what you want from the relationship. Ultimately, your happiness and fulfillment are determined by you and your strength to make clear decisions about what you’ll expect, accept, and how you respond to the people in your life.
Instead of blindly hoarding information in hopes of something magical, we are better served to apply a philosophy I learned in manufacturing and applied as a 30-something college student. Just In Time learning.
See yourself as the cloud which contains the thoughts and visions of what you want, as well as the history and beliefs that have you where you are. Acknowledge that they conflict with one another and the energy which comes from that conflict. You need it for massive change. You need that energy for the strike!
How do we approach the things in our culture and evaluate what we allow and don’t allow into our lives?
To-don’ts are the tasks we either don’t like to do, don’t contribute to our goals, or we aren’t the ones who should be doing them. Identifying to-don’ts is as important as understanding to-do’s, though not always as easy to implement.
Do the minimum required. How great does that nugget of advice sound? Pretty lousy, right? Think about applying such “wisdom”…
The entire idea of fake-it-till-you-make-it is flawed because you are “faking” the result hoping the cause will come into alignment. This is like acting as if your basement isn’t flooded hoping your pipes will miraculously mend.