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We are not able to change what happens to us, but we can change how we view it. Change Your Perspective, Change Your Life! is a collection of reflections focused on many of the life issues we all face. Each of the offerings is meant to inspire you, and help you see how you might make a positive difference in your own life.

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Benefits Of A Move Forward Mindset!

 


We don’t mean for it to happen, but often enough, we find ourselves stuck in a pattern of doing something or thinking about something in the same way. It takes awareness and work to make changes that enrich our lives so people are nervous will often ask me to explain the what the benefits are. As soon as the question is asked, they have realized that doing or thinking the same way, limits the richness of their life experiences. When things are the same, there is not much to be surprised about.

I have been making a practice of challenging myself to do new things and shifting my perspective enough to to see more than one side to a story or an issue. I have discovered that it takes a little practice but by making an intention to adopt POSITIVE MOVEMENT MINDSET, my experiences and opportunities have grown and expanded my life.

HERE IS WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT BY OPENING YOUR MIND TO NEW IDEAS:

  • You will be inspired by others and they will be inspired by you!
  • You become more open to asking for help
  • You will see new challenges as a way to move forward
  • Failure is not a bad thing, it’s a learning tool
  • Feedback will help you move forward
  • Progress takes time and you will get there by taking small steps
  • Being a lifelong learner becomes a habit

I’m hoping you might also give it try. I’d love to hear from you if you are comfortable sharing. You can email me by responding to this email.

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If not now, when?

When you look at your life, do you feel like not much has changed?

This is such an interesting question because I had assumed, at least for myself, that a lot had changed. But when I dug deeper I realized that I was not so sure. Much to my disappointment, I have the about the same amount in my bank account and the scale hasn’t moved much one way or the other. My satisfaction level with my life and relationships is holding steady but nothing is significantly different.

So, what is so bad about keeping life on an even keel? Absolutely nothing, unless of course, you want something to change and it has not. That is where the problem comes in, desiring change and not being able to attain it.

If I have learned anything this last year, it is that change requires not only willingness, but consistent and purposeful action toward the goal, whether it is personal or professional. It is true, you can’t do what you have always done and expect a different result; something has to change.

I have learned that you need to set yourself up for success by breaking the goal into small manageable pieces that you can do everyday. Case in point, I had been wanting to write my second book for for 5 or 6 years, always putting it on the back burner. One day a fellow writer and friend challenged me to get it done by September, which was 5 months away. After I tried to talk myself out of the idea, as I always do, this phrase keep coming back to me, If not now, when?  It would also mean breaking all the pieces down to small steps and accomplish a little over time.

That simple phrase helped me to shift my perspective from I can’t to Yes, indeed I can! It does not matter if your goal is big or small, you need support and a path and a plan to reach it. I challenge you to enlist someone that help you make a path and a plan and support you in the process.

I would love to hear what you are working towards. Feel free to leave a comment or reply to this email,

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Simple, Profound Wisdom

Every day we make thousands of decisions, some big and some small. Then there are some that need to be made and yet we sit on them, analyze the pro’s and con’s to death and never really make the decision. Maybe fear takes over or we are not confident in our ability to do it. Whatever it is, we stay stuck.

This past summer my granddaughter came for a visit and she taught me a simple, but yet profound piece of wisdom.  I took her to the amusement park at MOA to ride the approved rides, basically nothing that turned her upside down or was a roller coaster. However, the minute we walked in she spotted the roller coaster and wanted to ride it.  I explained that she would not like it and that her parents had told me she was scared to death of these rides. Doing my best to discourage her but nothing worked, as  she was determined to ride it.  After a careful assessment that she would be OK, I decided to let her try. Long story short, she came off that ride beaming from ear to ear, so proud of herself for doing. She rode another 3 times!

On the way home we talked about how she overcame her fear and how courageous she was for doing something that scared her. Then I asked her why she decided to ride it and she simply replied, “I just decided it was time and I did not want to be scared any more”. My jaw dropped at her wisdom and I wondered how many times fear kept me from making a decision.

I figure that if my granddaughter can overcome her fear just by deciding to do so, then I can too! How about you? Are you willing to make a decision that scares you?

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