“A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new.” — Albert Einstein
“To move forward, you need to persuade yourself to act, and to arm yourself against the consequences of your decision by deciding beforehand that it’s all right to change your mind down the road, and also all right to make a mistake.” — Arlene Dickinson
Getting started on the path to increased health, or wealth and other personal satisfaction seems overwhelming because we don’t know where to start.
What we fail to recognize is that our decision doesn’t need to be perfect! It just needs to be a decision.
We’ve created so many barriers by allowing beliefs that are just not true to grow more than we really intended.
For some it’s a surprise how little has been accomplished. For others, that fear gets in the way of doing even the smallest action.
For example, doing regular exercise, getting a better job, working for yourself, advertise your business, ask for the order, and receive the abundance that is your true essence and rightful purpose in life can seem daunting.
But sometimes we don’t know which one to tear down first.
In the end, it doesn’t matter which one. All roads lead to Rome, so to speak.
Removing any block will start empowering you and building your confidence. Then with greater confidence you will feel ready, willing and able to tackle more.
The one thing I hear most often is that people don’t have enough time.
Whatever the belief, one thing to remember is that you decided upon it – yes, you decided you had no time!
So if you had the power to remind yourself over and over that you don’t have enough time, you have the power to tear that down.
Work, school and home. They all demand a minimum of time each. And the more responsibility you place on yourself, the less time appears to support you giving it to all those areas.
Don’t despair, there is help.
Of course there are the all the regular suggestions like learning to prioritize and manage activities.
There are time log tools where you set up activity plans, and the popular daily planners to help you keep on time and on track.
Today you can write appointments and have your cell phones and electronic devices beep and click to remind you of your next sessions and so on.
But you have to develop the habit of putting the information into the device or write it into the planner in the first place!
Then you have to remember to carry those things with you all the time. What’s more, you have to remember to leave time for yourself for emergencies and the unexpected!
Are you organized or willing to be organized enough to plan your life on your cell phone and/or planner?
Hmm, not everyone is. That task is a difficult one at best. Few people enjoy the planning and noting of activities. Most fly by the seat of their pants.
So what to do? What I’m about to share is unusual, surprisingly effective and weird all at the same time! Keep an open mind.
Live in Einstein Time. I created a video just for you – click on this link and enjoy!
If you don’t have enough time, ask yourself these questions:
“Where in my life am I not taking full ownership?
Or what am I trying to disown?
Or in what aspect of my life do I need to take full or more responsibility?
You’ll be pleasantly surprised at the answers!
Great job today!
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