Today I am getting acquainted with the core me. Like your core muscles need to be strong to keep your body powerful and balanced, your core mind/body connection needs to be strong to give you the strength to deal with life changes and the flexibility to adapt.
I am not the same person I was when I was 20 or 30 or even when I was 60. None of us are. Our life experiences have been changing us every day. These changes are often barely noticeable from yesterday to today but more noticeable over time. Change is inevitable.
When my computer gets sluggish, I run a cleaning utility app and reboot. So I decided that I need to do the same for my internal computer.
When you believe those negative thoughts and inner voices, you identify with them. You become certain that: • I cannot write. • I am meant to be fat. • I am not qualified for the promotion. • I do not deserve to be loved.
When I opened the New York times last week and discovered this photo, I was stunned! 82 year old Dame Judi Dench, sans make-up and Photoshop. She looks every bit of her 82 years. Beautiful. Regal. Confident. I have been looking at the photo all week. I do not have the confidence to publish unretouched
As a person focusing on living in the moment, writing a 3 word HAPPY story should be very rewarding.
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Sticks and stones may break my bones but my own words can surely defeat me.
Trying something that doesn’t work (a mistake) still makes new brain connections. Each attempt at learning this new something (the not yet learned process) builds more connections to more neurons creating a robust network of neurons.
I've discovered many successful people and influencers ... and they all seem to have one thing in common - a Morning Routine.