Continue reading “Lessons and Blessings”
In order to change and grow, you must learn more than you know right now and be more than you are right now. Acceptance is the first step. Acceptance helps us see the blessing in the lessons and the lesson in the blessings.
Continue reading “Take Good Care”
You cannot give away that which you do not have. If we are to give our best to the world, we must maintain ourselves in the best possible condition. Each day, our actions move us closer to or further away from health and vitality. If you want to love and care for others, you must first love and care for yourself. This is the basis for Excelerated Selffulness™.
Continue reading “Choose a Happiness Goal”
Pursuing a worthy goal gives you a sense of purpose. It boosts your self-esteem and self-confidence. Working toward a goal adds structure and meaning to life and gives you the opportunity to practice setting priorities and managing your time well. Finally, a happiness goal usually involves engaging with others, which can bring happiness in and of itself.
Continue reading “How To Move From Clutter To Clarity”
To move from clutter to clarity, start by decluttering, then commit to shopping less and buying only those things that are useful to you right now. You can have more money, more time, more space, and more clarity by having less.
What relationships need are partners who will make investments in the relationship; who seek first to understand, then to be understood; who try to see from the other person’s viewpoint; and who ask how they can help, rather than jumping in with their own solution. These are ways to develop an Excelerated Relationship™ and nurture your ties with others.
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Continue reading “How To Eliminate Irritations Now – And Why”
Irritations. Annoyances. Tolerations. If you aren’t dealing with them, they are draining energy from you. Some of them are within your control, some are not. Select an appropriate tool or practice to deal with both types. Eliminate as many annoyances as you can and find a way to accept and move past those you can’t eliminate.
Establishing self-discipline is the “one special quality” that guarantees you “greater success, accomplishment, and happiness in life”. Without self-discipline, you are liable to experience health problems, financial problems, distractions, clutter, overwhelm, and more. By practicing self-discipline daily, you make it your superpower!
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Continue reading “Freedom in Simplicity”
Simplicity is a discipline. It requires external action but the initial motivation is internal. Simplicity requires us to choose a course and then take action. It involves cutting out all the noise, the unimportant things, so you have the wherewithal to focus on the important things in life, such as relationships, taking care of yourself, and giving your best in Service to the world.