There are two key habits that can rob our present moments of joy. They are, worrying about the future and... well, regretting the past.
One of my dear friends lost her husband a few weeks ago. It was a truck crash and he died instantly. I'll never forget the pain in her voice as she gave me the update. Sheer devastation. Now this isn't just someone I know of. I am talking about one of my closest friends.
've got a lot of dreams and aspirations in life, and one of them is to be a gymnast - ha! I'm actually laughing at myself as I write this. You see, at the time of my brain bleed, I was a competitive gymnast with my heart set on representing NZ at the Olympics.
So what I want to ask you is what are some of the things in your life which are creating noise or some of the things which are no longer serving you and potentially holding you back from where you want to go?
Ever felt frustrated by the lack of achievement in your life, or how the things you wanted simply haven't shown up yet? Well I hear you on this one. It can get pretty confusing to say the least.
I've been experimenting a bit with different types of exercise lately (hula hooping, stretching/balancing and silks) to see the type of effect it has on my body. Not in a physical way, but a neuro fitness way.
This week, I want to talk about owning it or changing it. It’s a phrase that I absolutely love. I use it all the time in my private coaching. And it’s been on my mind this week because I’ve been thinking about which things in my life that I’m owning and which things that I’m changing.