Are these sayings familiar to you?
I don't have time to...............
I am too busy to...........
With Christmas hard on our heels and even MORE to add to the "to do list" how would it be to RECLAIM SOME TIME BACK? I know what you are thinking......... sounds pretty inviting but looks impossible.
Recently I have made a very EXCITING change, I am, as we speak TRANSFORMING my self from a caterpillar into a butterfly, no I am not mad its just a way of putting you in the picture.
I am about to become a Health and well being Coach, change my website my business cards and to be honest (check it out before it changes so you can compare it) "I DON'T HAVE TIME" right now............ so this seems an excellent opportunity to share with you what has worked for me so you may apply it to your own life if you CHOOSE too.
First I did the reverse of what I used to do, I STOPPED....................... found a quiet space to sit, set my mobile for 5 mins and closed my eyes ............ I asked myself how I could start this project, during that rested moment I had the next little right step I needed to take pop into my head, ALSO, and this is the best bit, I took the time OUT to get off the "hamster wheel" of hurrying to do the next thing so I actually felt more rested.
This is far more effective if I am also taking care of myself, ie: 3 healthy meals a day, getting a good nights sleep, communicating well with others etc (if you need help in this area, I am happy to work with you).
I usually would have gone head first into over activity to save time, multitasking doing things in a hurry stressing about the problem and not taking action, you get the picture !.
So .... before you disagree with me TRY it, I GUARANTEE if you keep practising this simple task you will be amazed at how much insight you get and how LESS STRESSED you feel and lastly you actually are more productive AND effective which gives you the magical ingredient, MORE TIME.
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