I’m reaching Martin Short’s book, “I Must Say,” and he shares such a wonderful example of putting the intention out there of what you want in life. As a young boy he was totally taken with Frank Sinatra. He used to sing Frank’s songs up in his attic bedroom along with the records. Then he […]
I know that by kicking my level of energy into high gear and staying with the tasks at hand even when I’m tired, that I can be done with it in a few short days. I’ve been exhausted more than not during the past week, but last night with everything complete I felt the peace and tranquility of having my new place all set up, order was restored and my brain started to engage with work once again.
I’ve been very independent since I was around 4 years old. I always enjoyed playing alone, riding my bike alone, having my own room and doing my own thing. As an adult, I’ve taken numerous vacations alone and had a blast. It’s a trait that has served me well in many areas of my life […]
That might not seem like such a big deal to you, but as I’m in the midst of a transition in my life it makes me smile. Seeing the result of the metamorphosis of my passage through a difficult time in life and suddenly seeing butterflies everywhere reminds me that I’m on track and things are getting better.
Visualization, mental practice, positive affirmations are ways you perform things with your eyes closed. And once you’ve done it in your mind—you can execute it in real life. Why? Because they mind doesn’t know the difference between a real or an imagined event.