Knowing Where You’re Going

I honestly believe we’d all be much better off if we all had more of a life plan and we shared those plans with each other. Relationships would be so much easier because we’d know whether or not we were in someone’s short or long term plans or maybe both.

Knowing where you going is truly important. We never want to get stuck in a rigid sense of who or where we are today. Our purpose is to evolve.

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The idea is to move forward a bit better each day.  Taking care of our health, our work and our loved ones. Making things a bit more lovely along the way. Becoming a bit more kinder, confident, resilient and powerful.

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The proper way to fix the world isn’t to fix the world.  There is no reason to even assume that you are up for such a task. But you can fix yourself.  You’ll do no one any harm by doing so, and in the manner at least, you will make the world a better place. 

-Jordan Peterson 12 Rules for Life

 

Any significant change in you life will create the need for new tools. Tools to help you remain structured and disciplined through your transformation and tools to help you stay flexible as you float through the chaos that life will inevitably bring upon you as you try to change your behavior.

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A change in diet requires new healthier meals, new recipes, a new approach to more mindful eating.

A change in your career requires an attitude of humility and resilience, and of course, new skills.

You will be uncertain and resistant. It takes so much work to change. So much effort and time.

8 Reasons Why It’s So Hard to Change.

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Aggregating and compounding tiny little micro-gains of change each day.

In the words of Jordan B. Peterson, “Our being is in our becoming.”

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Dean Reynolds

An american artist who’s work can be described as Psychadelic Surrealism. His work explores ideas of mythology, religion, psychology and surrealist ideas. His work is a mixture of humor, Dr. Seuss, Alice in Wonderland, and the complex ideas of Carl Jung.  His work combines seriousness with the silly.  Images that are accessible and yet still a mystery.

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