As the last rays of summer’s warmth ebb away and the gentle breezes of autumn waft themselves upon us, we recognize once again, that change is inevitable. Nature is constantly changing and yet, so many people have the notion that change is frightening.
You can reinvent your life by making small changes to what you are doing in your daily activities. For example, if you wish to leave your job and to begin a new career as an entrepreneur, you would want to take a class to learn something that would help you make this transition. This would give you an opportunity to hone your skills and to determine exactly what you want to do. If you are thinking about making a huge change in your life, get started right away with a plan to make that happen.
This is probably one of the most commonly asked questions that I get when talking to people. They will usually ask me that question after they have heard me talking about the importance of knowing why you are and how fulfilling your life will become when you find your purpose and begin to pursue it. Who am I? Why am I here? These questions have been asked for centuries. This question can be found in the birth of exploration, it was the spark of many wars and conquest and it has birthed countless philosophies and religions.
Are you happy? And if you aren’t happy, do you know how to become happy? For some, happiness is often an elusive or fleeing experience. Some people will go to great lengths to stay in moments of happiness. how many of us have done silly things over and over again, just to hear our children laugh often leaving disappointed when they stop.
I’ve been fascinated by human behavior for as long as I can remember. One of the many things I’ve learned is that happy and optimistic people seem to thrive, realists seem to survive somehow, and pessimists seem to attract more than their fair share of unhappiness.
Think of a recent situation that ruined your day? Perhaps you received a message from someone and suddenly you were caught up in negativity? The list of things that can get us stuck in the mental muck is quite lengthy, yes? Things happen and we tend to carry the energy throughout our day. But it doesn’t have to be this way because we can process negative events and allow them to move through us.