More times than not we immediately picture the worst case scenario when faced with a challenge. And often we see this as the only outcome. This can keep us from reaching our potential. What are the alternatives? Grab a cup and lets challenge ourselves with that today.
Today a very simple concept that we really need to understand in order to put into practice; do the right thing because it is the right thing. Being unsure of the outcome of your efforts does not take away your responsibility to do the right thing. Might need some cream and sugar today.
So you’re probably wondering what are dynamic inconsistencies? Good question. I’ll answer that question keeping in mind that making choices and decisions on the spur of the moment sometimes gives you an excuse to do something against your core beliefs. Sound interesting? Let’s share a cup of coffee and talk.
So negative thoughts are those that creep in and tell us we can’t do what we want to or need to do. No matter how hard we try, they will at some time or another enter our minds. The question is, what do you do? It’s a matter of patience and perspective. Let’s talk about putting those into practice today over a cup of coffee.
We all make them and there is one reason we do. We’ll talk about that today while defining what an excuse is and why we make them - even when we know we shouldn't. Spoiler alert: Remember, excuses sound good only to the person who is making them! Let’s have a cup of coffee and get down to business.
Today’s topic is stillness. Life is such a blur that sometimes we need to stop in order to focus and see more clearly. We all have the capability of stopping and uncovering the stillness that lies inside each of us. And when we do, we don’t react, we respond - which a much more sensible approach. Don’t neglect the quiet, still times in your day; it is here that we gain perspective and generate focus to succeed.
Life is a lot like sports, but unlike sports life is not a finite game. It goes on infinitely in many ways, which we’ll talk about today. It is important to understand that in life we play for the long-haul. And when we take that perspective it changes the way we interact with our spouse, children, business partners, anything. Let’s talk.
So… this is a topic I felt like I was finally ready to address. It began with an old Greek saying that goes “societies grow greater when old men plant trees in whose shade they will never sit.” Thinking about the future is not easy when you’re young but it is extremely important and very useful, especially in light of current events in our culture today. Grab a cup of coffee and lets go for it.
Today we’re going to get busy with this next concept. There are things in life you want to accomplish. Goals that are important to us. And often we find ourselves not achieving those goals. What do we do? We find excuses. Admit it. We do. Guess what… nobody cares about your excuses. What do they care about? Grab a cup of coffee and lets get real about this.
We are all familiar with the four seasons; spring, summer, fall and winter. And beyond that there are other seasons, for example, growing seasons. I’m sure you can think of a few more. On this episode I’d like to talk with you about the seasons of our life. Specifically how we can understand them better as we get older and gain the ability to grow and mature successfully.