What’s Ready To Go?

Is everything going great in your everyday work life? Can you identify anything that has run its course? Sometimes, habits, situations or circumstances hang around long after their usefulness is gone. Examples can be: allowing stress to run your life, consistently being late for meetings, a pattern of activity you have or an energy drain that you are better off without.

Releasing something is not always easy. However, letting something go that is doing you no good frees you and you end up feeling great. You also make room for something new to take its place. Go ahead, let it go!

 

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Humor Shifts Perspective

There is a lot of tension in the world today that may be affecting you. You may feel you want to hide from it, are caught by it or have had enough of it. Humor is a way of countering tension that almost always works. Seek humor when it all gets to be too much.

There are a myriad of ways to seek humor. You can watch or listen to something you find humorous. You can let yourself enjoy the humor created by others regarding what is happening in our world. You can create your own humor that lets you release tension when you want to.

If tension gets to be too much, it harms you. It can turn into fear, negatively affect your health or make your life imbalanced. Let humor shift your perspective. It really is a gift you can give yourself.

 

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Let It Go

Sometimes, it can be very hard to let something go. Is there something you have been holding on to? You can hold on to many things after their time is up – things such as failures, relationships, grudges, anger and other emotions, destructive memories or regrets. As you hold on, you pay a price. The price can lie in distraction, emotional distress, over-thinking, inability to be fully present in the moment or stagnation. It can be a jail of your own making.

When you release something that is over or no longer serves you, you are free. There is room for something new. You can focus your attention on other things. It may take time to let something go, but it can also happen quickly, once you set your mind to it. The first step is recognition that it is time to release something. Then, you bring yourself to the present moment and a place of clarity about the situation and act – by declaring your intention to let go, doing something concrete to cut a tie or changing behaviors that support the current situation.

What, in your life, or work, is ready for release?

 

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