Is There Any Peace In Your Life?

Are you laughing after reading this blog title? If so, read on. Peace is attainable and necessary in these fast-paced times. You may not have peace all the time; however you should have more than a fleeting glimpse of it.

There is room for peace in your life. Find time each day to create it.

 

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Second Quarter

The second quarter of 2019 ends in June. What do you want this second quarter to be about for you and your career? Any goals you want to meet? Balance you want to attain? Fun you want to have? Wrongs you want to right?

You have time. Make this second quarter what you want it to be. Aspire.

 

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How’s Your Energy Level?

How are you doing this week? Are you feeling energized, tired, full of vitality or drained? Your energy level requires attention and maintenance on your part. So much can lower your energy level – stress, overwhelm, too much to do, worries, negativity in your relationships. It is up to you to identify things that “fuel” you and make sure they are consistently in your life.

What fuels you and is it in your life?

 

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Busy?

How is your workload? Are you handling it all? Are you balancing well? Busy can mean a lot of things: too much to do, overwhelm, stress, active engagement, productivity or even happiness at having things to do.

This week, how busy will you be?

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Do You Have The Strength You Need?

Your career has high and low points. It takes strength to navigate them effectively. Some find their strength by maintaining balance. Others in staying physically, mentally and emotionally fit. Some find strength in their faith or inspiration. Some build their skills and organizational savvy, so that they are ready to handle what comes.

Where do you get your strength?

Strength must be developed. It does not appear magically. Know the source of your strength and keep yourself strong.

 

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Fancy Free

When was the last time that you were fancy free? Yes, it is just a phrase, but its meaning has relevance to a balanced and happy life: free to imagine or fancy; having no commitments or restrictions; carefree.

Your mind, body and spirit need open space. In the modern world, open space is not often handed to you. You have to consciously create it. Once you do, you’ll see the benefits of being fancy free. Your creativity, sense of well-being and happiness will grow.

How soon can you create some space to be fancy free?

 

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Creating Momentum In The New Year

How are things moving along for you in the new year? Just right? Slow? At warp speed? It helps to focus on the type and level of momentum you want to create in 2019. In doing so, you set the pace of the year and, hopefully, ensure a productive and fulfilling one.

Momentum involves many aspects of your work, including the pace at which you work, the amount of work you handle and the direction you go in. Take a moment to look at the level of momentum you created in 2018. Then, set your sights on the new year and creating a level of momentum that works well for you. Before you know it, you’ll be in your “zone” and getting to where you want to be.

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Are You Gearing Up Or Gearing Down For The Holidays?

Are you getting ready for the holidays? Which do you prefer – slower holidays to relax and savor or holidays packed with activity and fun? You have the choice to make them what you want them to be.

Be deliberate in your thinking and decide how you want to experience the holidays. That way, you create an experience that fills, instead of drains, you.

 

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Finding Quiet

What are you doing today? Working? Relaxing? On a holiday? Staying busy? Whatever it is, could you stop now and find some quiet if you wanted to? Silence is essential to balance and calm. Each day, make sure you know where and how you can find some quiet and re-center when you want to.

Quiet keeps you whole.

 

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