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“Do you see this glass?” he asked us. “I love this glass. It holds the water admirably. When the sun shines on it, it reflects the light beautifully. When I tap it, it has a lovely ring. Yet for me, this glass is already broken. When the wind knocks it over or my elbow knocks it off the shelf and it falls to the ground and shatters, I say, ‘Of course.’ But when I understand that this glass is already broken, every minute with it is precious.”
As soon as I click publish, I’ll skip a shower, but on 4 pieces of light clothing, gather my gear and get on my bike for the 3.3 mile ride to work. Once I get there, I’ll meditate, do a little yoga and have breakfast. No getting kids off to school, no drama, no nothing. Just a nice morning. Some moments are easier to be present in than others… :-D
Craig Harper writes:
1. You’ll never have more time than you do right now.
2. Most people procrastinate because of fear, not logic or reason.
3. Unused potential is wasted potential.
4. Planning, thinking and rationalising, is not doing. Life is not a theory.
5. If you start today, a week from now you’ll be in the middle of a change process rather than talking about one.
6. Taking action builds your emotional and psychological muscles.
7. Transformation lives in the application of the information; not the knowing.
8. It won’t be magically easier a week or month from now.
9. The ‘Opportunity Fairy’ isn’t coming any time soon, so you may need to create one of your own (an opportunity, not a fairy).
10. You’ve put it off for long enough.
11. (bonus tip, no extra charge) I can’t be sure but I think people are on to your excuse-making bullshit.
- STOP MAKING EXCUSES! 30-Day Challenge (aliciaanabelsantos.wordpress.com)
- Top 10 Procrastinating Cities (turbotax.intuit.com)
- Is Procrastination Holding You Back? (powerhomebiz.com)
- Why To Stay In the Same Job For 10 Years (debtconsolidationusa.com)
- to fellow procrastinators (graceyck.wordpress.com)
- What is your excuse? (missskippingalong.com)
- 10 Habits to Quit in Order to Be Happy (healthcarespectator.wordpress.com)
- Change “the Change”? (gfsmiley.wordpress.com)
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McCartney that you’ve probably never heard…
“Buy, buy, says the sign in the shop window. Why? Why? Says the junk in the yard…”
Simple but deep…
The FinerMinds teams shares this:
“It’s not what happens to you, it’s what you do about it.” – W Mitchell
Not many people have been as unfortunate as W Mitchell – or so it would seem.
He’s been involved in two separate serious accidents – one of which left him with burns covering most of his body, and the other that left him wheelchair-bound for life.
As a result of such disabilities, many would give up. But because of his firm belief that success is not dictated by what life deals to you, but by what you do with the challenges you’re dealt, W Mitchell re-trained himself to fly a plane, become a famous international speaker and an environmental lobbyist.
In this 4-minute video, he reinforces the fact that we become what we focus on, and how once he started focusing on how powerful and innovative he was, he not only changed his life – but the life of those around him.
Go to the source of this quote: You Are What You Focus On: The Strength of An Unstoppable Mindset