I wasn’t feeling good about myself – or my life at the moment.
Work was taking up so much time – and I wasn’t allowing myself breaks to recharge.
My relationships were far from thriving; I felt disconnected, out of sorts.
My creativity wasn’t there; my energy was down. What did I need to do to feel better, perform better? I needed to connect with the people I most care about, my family and friends. They are my life. Science tells us that relationships are up to 85% of our
“Whether you believe you can do a thing, or believe you can’t, you are right.” Henry Ford What would you like to create in your life?
Whatever you want you can have. You got the car, the job, right?
You believed you could. Belief is where you start. Believe you can have it and you will create it.
How do you create a positive belief? You focus on your goal, thinking about it constantly as already here now.
Whatever you focus on you will create. Only focus on what you want.
“I can achieve anything I set my mind to.”
Yes, you can. You are never given a goal or dream without the ability to make it come true.
What to do
Believe it is possible– focus on it every day. Keep thinking about it. Have faith. See it – imagine your life as if you have achieved the goal; close your eyes and “see” it done.
“Everything you can imagine is real” Picasso Feel it – feel as if you have already achieved it. What will it feel like when you are “there”
Awesome – what you are thinking about is positive.
Not so good?
Let me give you an instant cure – a path to feeling happy. SMILE.
Smiling releases positive hormones, such as endorphin and serotonin.
These “feel good” hormones instantly make you feel happier.
They also lower your blood pressure and improve your health. Make it a new habit to smile and keep your smile going. Smile at co-workers, strangers and your family (they need your smile the most).
Science tells us that relationships are up to 85% of our happiness.
If you want to be happy and successful, pay attention to your relationships.
Pay attention to how connected you are with the people you work with, live with and love. To improve relationships, practice compassion.
Compassion is the subject of “The Book of Joy” by the Dalai Lama and Desmond Tutu.
Compassion – for yourself and others – leads to joy. So, whoever is bugging you has something within them that