Posts Tagged ‘don’t know’

Nothing Doing

Monday, August 3rd, 2015

If you’re overwhelmed bewildered or too tired to do one more thing it may be time to do nothing.

Doing nothing is often the best course of action to take when you’re unsure about doing anything else.

When there is no clear plan of action, inaction may be the wisest alternative.

When other people are involved in the situation you’re struggling with it becomes even harder to know what action to take. The issue also becomes more sensitive when others are involved.

If you decide that doing anything is better than doing nothing you’ve got to feel that the action you take is reasonable.

 

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Vulnerability

Tuesday, April 14th, 2015

Admitting vulnerability on the brink of defeat is a courageous thing to do. It’s the only way to achieve. Through feeling and accepting our own vulnerability we change and learn and develop into what we’ve hoped for and dreamed of.

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Crystal Clear View

Wednesday, January 29th, 2014

On the one hand we want to know everything. A crystal ball would be nice–then everything would be crystal clear. But if we knew exactly what we need to know where would living come into play? Living=challenge=trust=achievement=more questions The only way answers make sense is by living with the questions for awhile– some times a long while.

 

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All the Answers

Saturday, January 4th, 2014

No one has all the answers. Some say they do but that’s because it makes them feel better about not knowing. I’m amazed when I talk to people who seem to have all the answers but then all of the sudden they say something that lets me know they don’t know any more than I do.

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If You Don’t Know…

Sunday, December 1st, 2013

If you don’t know where you are going, every road will get you nowhere.

Henry Kissinger

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Reprogram Self Talk

Tuesday, September 17th, 2013

If you believe life will not get better and that you do not have what it takes to move forward successfully in relationships, career, or in any other way it’s time to reprogram your self talk.

Being in destructive relationships includes the one you’re in with yourself. When you have been put down, badgered, belittled, ignored, or physically, emotionally, mentally, or sexually abused, it is easy to believe that you cannot do anything right or are not as good as others.

It is easy to think this way because at some point in your life or maybe throughout life you have listened to others who have told you that you are some how defective or are missing something and because of this will always  fail.

If whatever you believe and/or whatever recording you play over and over in your head is negative that noise can be deafening.  Silence the noise by playing a new recording–one that is positive uplifting and accurate. Memorize this recording and play it loud. Write it out and stick it to a wall where you will see it every day. So for instance, if the recording you play is: I’m a loser and will never ever make it in life; change it to: I am smart and strong and I will have a great life!

Start playing the new recording today. Play it over and over until you believe it. When the old negative recording starts to creep back into your thoughts focus on drowning it out with the new vibrant positive one.

Instead of being your own worst enemy concentrate on being your best friend. Don’t let ghosts from the past and naysayers in the present have power over the way you view yourself!

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