Continue reading “A Life Without Clutter”
Despite our best efforts to keep an organized environment, clutter has a way of finding its way in. It’s a good idea to take inventory from time to time to be sure we have clutter under control and that we are moving toward a life without clutter.
Continue reading “Excelerated Reserves”
Having “enough” means having a reserve. Until you get your basic physical and psychological needs met, it is difficult to concentrate on your higher purpose. But when you take steps to get your physical and psychological needs met, you free up time and mental energy to devote to achievement and self-actualization.
Continue reading “Live Simply”
If you spend most of your day chasing after external rewards, more things, a bigger “lifestyle”, your life becomes more complicated but not “better”. When you live more simply, you spend less time and money buying things and less time and energy taking care of things you don’t really want or need. You experience a feeling of well-being. And you have more energy, more time, and more money.
Continue reading “Consistency in the Fundamentals”
We can ignore the fundamentals for a time, but eventually, that behavior catches up to us and suddenly we find ourselves on a downward spiral. Consistency in the fundamentals is crucial.
Continue reading “Forming Habits For Success”
The advantage of habits is that they help you do things without thinking about them. The disadvantage of habits is that they help you do things without thinking about them. This power works for you when you use it to create beneficial habits, to form habits for success.
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 “Why You Need Reserves”
Having a reserve is the feeling of having enough and building a reserve is an integrated process that strengthens your foundation. Only you can decide in what areas and how much of a reserve you must have to feel a need is met. Begin to follow the Excelerated Reserves™ practice to build your reserves.
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.