Morning Power Thought: Two Things Define You. Your Patience when You have Nothing, and Your Attitude when You have Everything.
Your Relationship With God Is What Defines You Most
Neal Mathis | RelevantMagazine.com
This is a <a href=”http://” rel=”noopener” target=”_blank”>Great Article, when all is said and done, the only relationship that defines who we genuinely are is our relationship with God.
One of my family members had the following “return a gift” experience…
Personally, “I don’t have the patience to deal with these returns.
Word for Today: Sometimes when you’re in a Dark Place, You Think you’ve been Buried but, You’ve Actually Been Planted!
What does it take?
Signs your life and work are in or out of balance. (Forbes)
1. Your body is always in pain. Suffering from chronic headaches or neck and shoulder pain is often a sign that you’re living in a constant state of strain. It means that it’s time to step up your self-care routine…
2. You are always tired. Maybe you’re lucky to get six hours of sleep at night or persistent fatigue could be your brain’s way of saying it’s on overload …
3. Your patience is wearing thin. If you find yourself getting short with others and/or if it happens often, train your mind to focus on the positive.
4. You can’t remember the last time you enjoyed yourself. Think about the last time you had a belly laugh or did something you love.
5. Your relationships are struggling. How long has it been since you spent time with friends or family? A key to relationships BE Genuinely interested in them.
6. Your personal and professional space is a mess. It leads to burnout. Get into the habit of cleaning your desk or home area every day. It will help calm your mind and rebalance.
7. You’re glued to your phone. Instead be glued to where you are… Home, Office, etc.. Be there when there!
8. You’re unclear about your priorities. When you are unclear on your priorities, it can be difficult to balance work&life. Get a really clear vision for your future. Think about whether or not your current work/life balance is making progress toward those goals. If it’s not, reprioritize.
9. You strive for perfection. Everyone wants to succeed, but often perfectionism comes at a cost. Instead of worrying about failing, try to reframe your thinking that you are “failing forward” and every mistake or challenge is an opportunity to learn and grow.
(Forbes – Details from the Article on Balance in Life)
Big things are built one brick at a time.
Victories are achieved one choice at a time.
A life well lived is chosen one day at a time.