Continue reading “How to Take Excellent Care of Yourself – and Why”
If you are to give your best in Service to the world, you have to be at your best. That’s why self-care is important. Excelerated Selffullness™ is one of the steps to help you be your best.
Continue reading “A Simple Beautiful Life”
You will never have enough time to do everything you want to do or even everything you need to do. Getting busier, trying to do even more, will never work. To live a simple beautiful life, you must choose the two or three roles that are most important to you at this time and let go of the rest.
Continue reading “Excelerated Fundamentals™ – Back To Basics”
Generally, just a few things account for most of our progress. These basics have the greatest effect on our health, our wealth, our happiness, and our relationships. But if you’re looking for the shortcuts, the “tricks of the trade”, you’re not learning the trade. Get back to basics to polish up on your fundamentals.
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 “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.
Continue reading “Have Less To Have More”
Having more than enough is necessary to move up the self-actualizing hierarchy from basic physical needs, the need for safety, and the emotional needs of love and belonging, into the upper realm of esteem and self-actualization. And sometimes having less is a way to have more.
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.
We use three distinct types of energy to perform the tasks we need and want to do in our lives. To be a high-energy, enthusiastic person, one who has the energy to achieve the things you want to accomplish, learn to build up your reserves in each of the three areas.
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Continue reading “Floors, Ceilings, and Bright Lines”
There are limits in goal setting that can actually help you reach your goals. We call these “floors” and “ceilings”. When you are developing new habits in relation to your goal steps, these upper and lower limits, plus a special kind of limit called a “bright line” can help turn new behaviors into habits.TheExceleratedLife.com