Fresh New Life

The topic for today is fresh new life. You know life can shift pretty quickly. Mostly it’s in the small stuff. I’m sure you’ve been in a jam at some point. Caught in bad circumstances. You have that dreaded, instant panic feeling. It could be you lost your wallet or left your purse on a shelf in a store aisle. Perhaps you forgot to pay an important bill. You may have broken something very special or ruined a plant you were nurturing. Your keys to a public building, a safe, and your own home are missing. Maybe you ran your car into someone’s fence or got pulled over for speeding. Maybe you said something you later regret terribly.

These kinds of things make your stomach churn. You just hope for some way to reconcile things with as little pain and upset as possible. Many of these scenarios are minor and temporary. Some scenarios are the big stuff – serious and life altering with long-term losses.

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STUCK: 7 Steps That Help You Take Responsibility For Those “Hard” Things.

Perhaps you have been there: you want to break free and make better progress, yet, you are stuck. Locked in. It’s a miserable place: feeling suspended, unable to maneuver, paralyzed to come up with a plan.

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  • Why is it so easy to get locked into bad patterns?
  • It’s even harder to break free.
  • It’s super hard to break new ground and lock into better patterns.

This miserable place is a prison of the mind.

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Who is Responsible for My Life Patterns and Habits?

In January, the blog focused on setting goals and objectives. By now, you will have experienced some successes and likely some failures in pursuing goals for this year. So, it’s a good time to look at the idea of life patterns and habits . . . and your right hand.

What is so important about your right hand (especially if you happen to be left-handed)? Read More …


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