Monday, August 22, 2005
take time for your life
this is of course just a list, reading the book offers a much more in depth exploration of each of these ideas - and as cheryl suggests doing it with a group can have an even greater impact:
what speaks to you on this list?
#1 - Learn to practice "extreme self care", put yourself at the top of the list and everyone else will benefit.
#2 - Get your priorities straight - if your schedule doesn't reflect your priorities, stop reacting to life and take control of what gets your time and attention.
#3 - Identify the things that drain you and eliminate them - people, places and things, once and for all.
#4 - Invest in your financial health - if you feel trapped by money, investing in your financial health will stop making you feel like a victim.
#5 - Kick the adrenaline habit - Identify the things that fuel you and discover new, healthy sources of energy.
#6 - Build community - learn how to surround yourself with high quality relationships that support, challenge and encourage you to be your best.
#7 - Honor your spiritual well-being - don't let life get in the way of you connecting to your inner wisdom and creating a personal practice.
where do you need to take more time for your life?
as always i'd love to hear, feel free to post your thoughts and comments!
dream big, -kirsten