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16 January 2017 @ 12:29 pm

Let’s talk about grudges, and the uselessness of holding on to them – in the wrong way.  If somebody does you wrong, it’s going to make you angry, or disappointed.  Those are two of the knee-jerk reactions you’re going to have, and you can’t really do too much about it.  It’s going to happen.  It’s what happens next that matters the most.  You can hold on to that anger, and disappointment and let it fester inside of you.  And it will fester, and it will be festering in you.  It’s not going to do diddly to the person that you’re angry with.  They’ll just go merrily on their way while the hate and anger eat you up from the inside.  We all already know that is what is known as “NOT GOOD!”

Now imagine taking that anger and disappointment and letting go of it.  Like I said in the title of the post, channel your inner Elsa and just let it go.  Take the initial feelings of anger, rage, disappointment, whatever and acknowledge them.  They are real, they exist and to ignore them would be silly.  So acknowledge them, yeah, and even put them to work for you.  Use them to move away from the disappointment.  Take that energy to move forward and show the world you’re the bigger, better person.

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Originally published at Think Positive 30. You can comment here or there.

 
 
14 January 2017 @ 09:40 am

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Originally published at Think Positive 30. You can comment here or there.

 
 
13 January 2017 @ 06:26 am

Life can get crazy – house, work, family, it all adds up to make us go kind of crazy.  We can start to focus on one aspect of our life so much and kind of just coast through the rest.  Or worse, imagine this, life is going great and we’re so busy keeping it going great, that we forget to just enjoy it.  I think it happens to all of us more than we realize.  We get up in the morning and go to work, driving in the dark (especially in the winter).  We spend our day working, and then drive home in the dark.  We fix dinner for the family, oversee homework tuck the little ones into bed and collapse in front of the television for a few hours of well deserved zoning out.  Lather rinse and repeat day after day.  All those things have to get done on a daily basis, I’m not disputing that, but instead of doing them on auto pilot, why not stop and really pay attention to what you’re doing.  You may be doing a report for your boss that is tedious as heck, but take a second and think about how that report is helping.  It’s helping you keep your job, it’s helping your boss, and it’s helping a client, which in turn could be helping other people.  Spending time overseeing your kiddo’s homework isn’t just an exercise in sheer frustration because you don’t understand the math.  It’s an opportunity to spend time with your amazing children, and see the world through their eyes.  Even that time spent zoning out on the sofa….it’s not just a time to catch up on the Bachelor or Survivor….it’s a time to recharge your batteries and enjoy time with yourself, and with your sweetie.  So don’t just coast through life…live it!

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12 January 2017 @ 08:02 am

This is so very true – and it seems especially true when you have a negative thought in your head.  It can just grow and grow and is so hard to get rid of.  The trick is to take that thought (and yes, smash it like an icky bug) and replace it with something more cheerful.  However that is incredibly hard, but no matter how often those negative thoughts keep creeping into your head, your job is to keep replacing them with positive, happier thoughts.  Eventually those happier thoughts will take root and you’ll find things improving.

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11 January 2017 @ 08:55 am

Simply put, if you’re going to forgive somebody, you need to mean it.  It can be, however, harder than it seems.  It’s super easy to pay lip service and say you forgive someone.  The struggle comes in really doing it.  It’s hard to let go of hurt feelings, and disappoinment.  I know it’s a challenge for me.  Holding a grudge, however, is probably the worst thing in the world you can do for yourself.  It just fills you up with bitterness, and that’s not a good thing.  Work to let go of the negative feelings you may have for people.  Really release it and let it go – let love fill that space in you instead.  Maybe not love for that person, but for yourself.  Use that love to erase the negativity that was inside you and then start working toward directing that love toward the person who disappointed you.

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10 January 2017 @ 10:25 am

I love listening to my students talk about how tough they are – to them, tough means brave.  They think they’re all that if they walk down a street in a sketchy area at night.  They haven’t learned what real courage is yet, or if they have, they certainly haven’t exhibited it yet.  Real courage is not giving up in the face of adversity.  Real courage is never giving up, no matter how hard something is.  Trying again and again, no matter how many times you get shot down.  Real courage is that inner strength we have to grab on to and hold tight when we’re faced with insurmountable odds.  It’s not easy, but it’s so worth it.

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09 January 2017 @ 08:05 am

I think everybody is afraid of making mistakes.  That’s perfectly normal and natural.  The problem is that when we’re SOOOO afraid of making a mistake that we don’t even try.  When I was younger, I used to ski, and for me a successful day was at the end of the day, when I could say that I didn’t wipe out at all.  Falling to me, meant failure.  But now I realize that by playing it safe, I didn’t ever really improve.  I’m not saying I should have gone full speed down a black diamond trail, or taken risky chances, but I probably could have tried a little harder, pushed myself a little harder and become an even better skier.  This quote also calls to mind, kids in school who NEVER raise their hand because they’re afraid of being wrong.  Guess what, it’s okay to be wrong, and it’s okay to make mistakes – as long as you learn from those mistakes.

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06 January 2017 @ 06:35 am

You can’t go back and start again, but you can stop right now and start over.  Put the past behind you.  Stop worrying about what happened up to now and start now  a new beginning now.  Change the ending you were headed toward and move toward the ending you want.  You do have that power to make the changes you need to change your life.  So if you’re not happy with the way things are going, do something about it.  Forget about where you started from, or what happened in the past, and instead start with right now and set your course toward the future that you want.

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05 January 2017 @ 06:37 am

This quote calls to mind the Robert Frost poem, The Road Less Traveled.  But while Frost urges us to not follow the trend, Emerson is urging us to blaze our own trail.  It’s so easy to follow the crowd and be like everybody else…to do differently, can be down right terrifying.  It’s so much easier to dress like everybody else, act like everybody else, and think like everybody else.  But if you’re busy being like everybody else, you have no opportunity to find out who you really are.  And if you do know who you are, showing that amazing person to the world can be absolutely terrifying.  It’s hard to be different than everybody else.  But take the chance, dare to be yourself.  Blaze your own trail and let others follow you.  Who knows what amazing things you’ll discover on your journey.

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Originally published at Think Positive 30. You can comment here or there.

 
 
04 January 2017 @ 07:20 am

I don’t know if challenges necessarily make life more interesting.  Difficult yes, but not always interesting.  However, that feeling you get when you overcome an obstacle is amazing.  We can’t avoid struggles in life, and we certainly can’t ignore them.  TO do so would be foolish.  But when we’re hit with challenges, difficulties and obstacles, what we can do is hold tight to the feeling we’ve had before when we’ve triumphed and remember.  Remember that difficulties have been faced before and we have come out on the other side stronger than before.  Take those challenges, and struggles and use them.  Use what you’ve learned and the strength you’ve developed from overcoming them and use them to overcome the challenges that you may be facing right now.  You’ve done it before and you can and will do it again.  You are strong, and you are bigger and better than any challenge that life may throw at you.

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Originally published at Think Positive 30. You can comment here or there.