In Uncategorized on 2012/04/10 at 2:01 pm
Must Get Going!
Happy April. Do you find that you are dilly-dallying and dancing around the doing of some of your resolutions and some-day plans? Here are some convenient procrastination phrases for this time of year: “Taxes are due.”, “I need to mow the lawn.”, “I’ve just been overwhelmed by work.”, “The kids are on spring break, and then graduation is just around the corner.” Sound familiar?
I have a tidbit to share with you today that will help you move beyond any convenient procrastination strategies in which you’re engaged.
Sometimes, I receive amazing videos and messages from the coaches and business experts I follow. This is one of those lucky weeks. Michael Bungay Stanier , founder of Box of Crayons, never fails to hit the mark in his videos. In the time it takes to enjoy a cup of coffee or a 4 ounce container of yogurt, you’ll be inspired to action! You may want to sign up to receive his weekly messages.
Let’s go to the movies…
Beyond the Timid Middle
Enjoy. As always, I welcome your comments and make it a great week!
Destiny Rising, LLC
In Uncategorized on 2012/04/03 at 8:05 pm
“The best way to predict the future is to create it.” – Peter Drucker.
“Create Your Future”. These three words are remarkably empowering!
To me, these words are a command, a permission slip, a gift and a nudge. Just as our DNA is unique, the statement “Create Your Future” has a different message in it for each of us. No two futures are alike. The future I choose to create will be entirely different from yours.
When we cut through all of the busy work that complicates our lives, we can start making significant strides toward creating a future we adore. For this week, I encourage you to print, post and ponder the two following quotes:
“Live a life you weren’t going to live anyway”. ~ Author Unknown
“Two roads diverged in a wood, and I – I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference”. ~ Robert Frost
Be conscious in the actions you choose, and watch your life begin to change.
As always, I welcome your comments – and make it a great week!