Accidental wellbeing is situational. Intentional wellbeing is strategic.
Showing appreciation, being thankful and having an attitude of gratitude are features we increasingly see on wellbeing and personal development sites. It’s borderline #trending but why do we need to be reminded to say thank you – aren’t we all already doing so?
Exercise: like it or loathe it, for many it remains one of the things in life they’d still like to get a handle on.
Upgrading our thought health means we align our thoughts with experiencing life AS IT IS, not using the old software of the past. It means we are deliberate in overwriting unconscious thought patterns that have been the operating system of our lives.
People are gradually waking up to the idea that we are not our thoughts; there is us, and there are the thoughts we think. In recent years, I have ‘woken-up’ personally i.e. I have begun to see the world with a different level of conscious awareness.
It’s what makes the best novels great, the most captivating movies sell-out, the scenario in which the main character must pay the unthinkable cost for what they most desire. You read or watch, hoping they don’t choose the option that means if the same were true for you in your current situation (the one you’re watching through the lens of) you’d be screwed.
Have you ever thought about how many things need to be ‘just so’ in order for you to feel you’re having a good day? If you did would you have a long list, or would it be just a few things? Granted, expectations would vary depending on the day but taking your average kind-of-day into account, what needs to be in play whereby your … Read More What does it take for you to feel OK with the world?
Some of us in life are, by our own admission, ‘all or nothing’. For the most part – we don’t especially get on with moderation. If we’re doing a thing, we’re balls-out doing it, and if we’re not, then we’re really not.
This week I’m excited to be sharing Part One of what I believe to be vital components for the makings of a great year. In order for us to genuinely feel that anything is a personal success, it has to align with our personal definition of what that means.