Are you good and letting go? Do you know what it really means to let go of the outcome? Most people are great at setting goals, and creating intentions but then things, situations, people and life get in the way and they don’t understand why they didn’t get what they wanted. And let’s be honest, it can be frustrating. You want it, you’ve decided you’re going to achieve it and whammo, it doesn’t happen.
Is it that time in your house? Are you or one of your offsprings headed off the college for the first time or returning for another year? It is fun, stressful, exciting, scary time for most students and parents I know. For parents of first time college students there is the fear of letting them go for the first time and wondering how they will do without you.
Are you one of the millions of people that is a walking zombie, totally zoned out? It’s difficult to keep pushing where you aren’t even really there because you’re on overload. I was at a luncheon today and the speaker talked about the number companies that cut employees back in ’08 and asked their employees to do more with less, and how they now have gotten used to functioning that way and she doesn’t expect it to get better. Well that’s a fine how-do-you-do isn’t it?
The way your incredible brain is wired is to support you in setting goals, visualizing and attaining them. In short, your brain is a goal seeking missle. By using your creative imagination you can explore new territory you never thought possible.
Most people I know like to get presents. Not everyone likes surprises, but we all like to receive a gift. Something that makes us feel good, special and something that brightens up our day. Many times the things that make us smile the biggest don’t even cost a lot of money. Sometimes they don’t cost money at all. And that makes them even more special, doesn’t it?