Here’s a question for you. What’s your intention for today?
Did you answer something along the lines of, “Erm, dunno”?
Daily life can all to easily turn into a hamster wheel of: get up, go to work or look after the kids or run around all day doing stuff, arrive home exhausted, flop in front of the TV, haul yourself off to bed before repeating it all the next day.
We’re so busy, busy, busy – in a culture which unhealthily glorifies busy and being productive – that one day can easily feel like the next.
Events determine what we experience each day and how we feel.
What would it feel like to know there’s another way?
Imagine living each day with purpose and intention.
Yes, you might still need to do the same stuff but what if you no longer needed to feel pulled this way and that as if you have no control over what you do and how feel? Read more…
Traditionally this is a time to make New Year resolutions… and traditionally, about say 5 or 6 weeks down the line, is the time to break them and feel a sense of defeat and self-judgement and all round grumpiness.
I don’t want you to feel that way!
I know that you can make the changes you want to in your life – and stick to them. To fulfil your potential. To shine out your gifts to the world.
How? Well, step one: don’t bother with New Year resolutions.
Yes, it’s that time of year again. The 1st of January. The start of a new year; a clean slate; the new year stretching out ahead of us full of promise and we may feel excited and full of good intentions.
Do you make new year’s resolutions? … And then do you soon find yourself breaking them? Then your enthusiasm wanes, busy life takes over and your good intentions fade away?
Why do we break our resolutions?
I think there are two underlying reasons why New Year’s resolutions get broken so easily.
Does your mind play tricks on you? Do you have a little voice in your head giving you a running commentary on everything you do, say, think or feel? I think I can say with some confidence, and much personal experience, that most people would answer “yes!” to these questions. Read more…