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 “Take Time To Sharpen The Saw”
Practicing self-care brings improvements in all areas of your life. You’ll feel better, you’ll be in better health, your relationships will be strong, your well-being and life overall will be enhanced. Just as a woodcutter is more effective when he or she takes time out from cutting wood to sharpen his or her saw, you’ll find when you practice your own self-care habits that you are reaping increasing benefits as time goes by.TheExceleratedLife.com
Continue reading “The Little Things Are The Big Things”
As you make small changes to take better care of yourself, you’ll eventually see that the results compound over time. Begin by taking small steps that you can consistently take and build on those. You’ll see that the little things become the big things.TheExceleratedLife.com
Continue reading “Selffullness – The Golden Mean of Self-care”
We have been conditioned to see selflessness as “good” and selfishness as “bad”. Consider the viewpoint that neither one is good or bad but are extremes of behavior, two sides of the same coin. Take excellent care of yourself, not as a selfish or a selfless act, but so that you can give your best in Service to the world.TheExceleratedLife.com
Continue reading “Becoming Selfful”
Selffulness is taking the responsibility to know one’s own needs and to get them met while acknowledging and being of service to others. Excelerated Selffulness™ requires that we take excellent care of ourselves, not for selfish reasons, but so that we can give our best in Service to the world as we seek to fulfill our larger purpose.TheExceleratedLife.com
Continue reading “Perfect The Present”
Say it out loud: “The present is perfect.” What do you hear yourself say in response? Whatever it is, it’s perfect! Because you are not stagnant. You’re not standing still. You are growing, evolving, changing. The present moment is simply another step along the way . . . the exact step you need to take.TheExceleratedLife.com
Continue reading “The Belief Gap”
“Inner peace is having serenity, balance and harmony in our lives achieved through the disciplined closing of gaps.”Hyrum W. Smith The 3 Gaps: Are you making a difference?