Staying the Course

I was just looking at he stats for my blog. Amazing, I hadn’t posted anything for over 2 months, yet there were still people coming to the page.

When I started it nearly 3 years ago, I set myself the challenge to post twice a week. That lasted for a few weeks, then like a lot of other good intentions, it became once a week, then once a fortnight, once a month, then when I remembered and had the time to sit down and write.

Maybe it is easier tonight as it allows me to not write something else I have to finish.

How many of us, in our current society are making life too difficult for ourselves, by trying to cram too much in? Then we don’t get it all done, we proceed to beat ourselves up over it and then repeat the cycle.

As I shared with a seminar group yesterday, that is the definition of insanity, repeating the same behaviours and expecting a different result.

So what I have gleaned from the many books, CD’s, DVD’s and seminars is that simplifying your life allows many good things to enter your life.

  • Less Stress
  • More Clarity
  • Finish More Stuff
  • Less Pressure
  • Less Feelings of Overwhelm
  • Greater Success – whatever that means for you
  • More time to stop and smell the roses
  • Better Health
  • and many more – (please comment with your thoughts)

The funny thing is that with less things to focus on, it will be easier to Stay the Course.

Ultimately, you will feel better about yourself.

Set yourself a 30 day challenge, to Identify the Important things in your life that have to stay and be done.

Everything else should go on a list of things I might get around to if I find the time and inspiration. Look at this list on a regular basis to see whether anything on the list needs to be elevated to the important list.

Again leave your comments for others to gain the benefit of and tell us how you are going.

Have a great week and thanks for reading.

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About belief1st

business coach; referral sales trainer; Sports lover; Networker; Avid reader and Life Long Learner
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