“There are four questions of value in life...
What is sacred?
Of what is the spirit made?
What is worth living for,
and what is worth dying for?
The answer to each is the same.
(Don Juan deMarco - 1995)
How would you answer each question?
I would love it if you can add them to the comments.
[tweetmeme source=trcoaching only_single=false]Realize the Life You Want with Time and Energy to Spare!
Do you want …to have more time doing the fun stuff with family and friends?
…more vacations- short and extended? ...long weekends – ALWAYS!
____________________________________-(YOU fill in the Blank)
Do you think you work best under pressure but regularly miss the mark?
Are there deadlines for goals that are not met so you don’t get the bonus,
paycheck, or client you really want? What’s the “REAL” cost to being Rushed, Stressed, Hurried ...
"There comes a time in your life, when you walk away from all the drama and people who create it. You surround yourself with people who make you laugh. Forget the bad, and focus on the good. Love the people who treat you right, pray for the ones who don't. Life is too short to be anything but happy. Falling down is a part of life, getting back up is living." Unknown
This quote says so much to me. I used to ...
Let it go …you really can’t control your beloved, only your own behaviours. Not to be confused with giving up or giving in. Acceptance is the key to harmony. Let go, and love.
Trust your beloved – they are in this relationship, too. We all get up wanting to do our best, sometimes we just miss our own mark and end up…just doing our best.
Really talk ‘with’ not ‘at’ your beloved –let yourself be vulnerable. Get to really know each other. We ...
Have you ever put something off until later, and later never came?
Maybe you rationalized that it really could be done later, and then later becomes last minute.
Does procrastination seem like a destination?
A place you go when you don’t want to get something else done?
Have you turned procrastination into a science or event?
Each time you schedule in that “JOB” something “MORE IMPORTANT” must be done first.
When you put that “task” off do you feel justified somehow?
When you look back at the “deed” ...
John W. Gardner quoted “Life is the art of drawing without an eraser.”
I figure life is more like drawing in permanent marker! Life has not always been easy. In fact life was pretty difficult when I was young. Mistakes seemed ever so permanent. I also thought everything was permanent. I was surely going to be in school forever! It was going to be a living hell for eternity in my first marriage. I loved those television shows that rewind bits ...
[tweetmeme source=trcoaching] What do you do when your employee acts like the office is their personal domain?
I know that this may sound very familiar to some of you. I will describe the situation that lead up to this coaching event.
Employer #2 John, (not his real name, of course and as there are 2, someone has to be) has walked into the office mid morning after being out of the office for a meeting. The receptionist, we will call Sue, is chatting with ...
7 THINGS TO GIVE YOUR BELOVED
1- LOVE ~ Love him/her from where you are today. Not where you wish you were or were yesterday. This way you can enjoy the moment for what it is not expecting it to be different. Yesterday I was annoyed so that would be a lousy place to love him from. I may already be projecting a difficult situation I have to deal with tomorrow and be overwhelmed by it while my beloved has ...
Julie has often wondered what IS her business, have you?
Actually she really didn't think about it as it never occurred to her there what things weren't.
(Is there a bit of Julie in you? There is in me!)
Why do discussions always end in an argument?
How the arguments always start…
Julie travel along in her day doing and chatting and being. Then she starts up a conversation with say, her beloved. She actually has many in her day, but not all of them stick ...
~ By Thomas Kempis ~
Love is a mighty power,
a great and complete good.
Love alone lightens every burden, and makes rough places smooth.
It bears every hardship as though it were nothing, and renders
all bitterness sweet and acceptable.
Nothing is sweeter than love,
Nothing more pleasant,
Nothing fuller or better in heaven or earth;
For love is born of God.
Love flies, runs and leaps for joy.
It is free and unrestrained.
Love knows no limits, but ardently transcends all bounds.
Love feels no burden, takes ...