Most of us live dissatisfied, distraction-filled lives, as there is no clarity as to what we want and need to do. A lack of clarity affects us and those around us deeply, causing stress, inaction, lack of focus and difficulties handling other people.
Clarity helps us feel energetic, focused and ready to take action in the areas that need to be addressed, like our morning routine, finances, health, relationships, and the purpose of life.
I've had an anxiety disorder my whole life, and I reached a tipping point last winter. I had a stressful 8 to 5 job, plus kids, a husband working long hours, and the housework and appointments that come with having a family. I had been on autopilot for a long time, knowing something was going ...
Aristotle is credited with saying these 15 famous words. And for most of my life...I didn't believe him. I fought against cultivating good habits and routines because I didn't want to feel like I had to live my life by other people's rules. I wanted to be my own person and do my own thing.
If you immediately check your email or social media accounts when you wake up in the morning, you’re starting your day off in reactive mode instead of proactive. It means spending the best part of the day on other people's priorities.
Sam, a corporate lawyer with a stressful job, recently admitted, "I really wanted to be a lawyer growing up, but I didn't realize how much time I would be spending away from my family and friends." Because he spent so many years in school and so much time honing his legal skills at a top-notch firm, Sam felt "stuck" with his job.