So many of us have difficulties transitioning into the next phase of our day; we cannot shake off work before coming home to our significant others or are spacey when meeting friends for dinner.
When we are somewhere else emotionally and mentally, it stops us from really experiencing life. Not slowing down, checking out, and moving too quickly often has us responding differently than if we were in our intention.
I want to share this simple but powerful exercise to help you get grounded, create what you want for your life, and stay in your intention.
Listen to learn how to slow down your thoughts and reconnect with yourself.
Some words can elicit such strong reactions. How do you feel when you hear the word 'compromise'? Do you think compromise is a win/lose, lose/win, or lose/lose situation?
In today's Risk Everyday, we are talking about how to compromise without feeling like you have to lose or win.
Listen to learn how to express your needs and keep close in your relationships instead of drifting away in resentment.
I would love to hear what you have to say and how you are risking - remember to use the hashtag #riskeveryday on Facebook, Twitter, and/or Instagram.
When we hold back on what our gut is telling us to do (visit new parents, reach out to a busy friend, ask something of someone else), we miss out on the opportunity to deepen relationships, give our love and gifts to others, and allow others to give to us.
This week's episode is about how we decide that others are too busy, overwhelmed, and are uninterested in anything that we would ask them to do. When we do this, we are really saying that we are afraid of being vulnerable.
Listen to find out why it is worth the risk to call someone that you think is too busy or ask a favor of someone else.
#riskeveryday -- Please let us know if you have taken a risk and use the hashtag on Facebook, Twitter, and/or Instagram.
"Do you have the patience to wait till your mud settles and the water is clear? Can you remain unmoving till the right action arises by itself?" Verse 15 in The Tao Te Ching.
My answer? Umm... well no, that hasn't been a strong suit of mine.