At some level we know that writing is a powerful tool that helps reflection and access to insights and problem solving, yet we seldom create the space to work with this incredibly simple personal development tool. This Simple Note reminds us of the ways to get into intuitive writing and make the technique work for us straight away.
Here are my tweets from 5th July up to today: Are you worrying about something? Via Cheryl Richardson cheryl richardson @coachoncall – pic.twitter.com/kiX478lV Tell them what they need to hear, in the way they need to hear it and you will elicit their best – http://eepurl.com/noA_n #SimpleNote Let it be What it is And it [...]
Behind the noise and business of everyday activity is your seemingly ceaseless chattering mind. Can it be quietened or drowned out by more noise? Finding a way can bring huge benefits.
Even the most strident decision makers waver, not following-through on a decision can slow us down and prevent new opportunities getting to us. IN making a decisions and sticking with it begins amazing momentum
What you currently believe sets in place your everyday experience. A great unconscious technique that can be put to use to upgrade any area of your life.
Often we convince ourselves that situations do not improve or progress without us being in the middle doing the driving. The state of allowing is easier and positions us so much more powerfully in feeling better. Stop making things so difficult!
You only get more of what you have already. By focusing on the gap or lack of something our creative minds get hooked on the not having, which feels rubbish and prevents us moving towards what we actually want.
Technology has leapt forward in recent years, enabling almost constant connection and updates with what’s going on. When you are in overwhelm, overload and over committed, the technology seems to take over and your time is now longer your own.
The third symptom of overwhelm & overload is this. When a gap appears, natural break, train ride, stuck in traffic, you carry with you piles of tasks hungry for your attention. There is a better way – continuing with this symptom ain’t good!
Here’s some more thinking behind the need to “Pause”, the second bonus focusing on helping those of you who have noticed that you are double-tasking.