What is your highest desire: Happiness, Money, Freedom or Joy? I could expand the list to six or ten qualities, but these four represent the status many people want to achieve. This is not a multiple-choice question, yet many people think they will not achieve all four. The truth is most of us want and can achieve all four when we believe we can. Each of the four qualities are either desired simultaneously or at different stages of your life; however, you will probably want all four. And if you don’t crave all four, you may have felt that they are beyond your reach. This is simply not true.
Have you said, I want all four, right now?
At different stages of my life, I wanted each one. Then after many years of searching, I realized I had all four. Why didn’t I realize I had them all?
Have you ever felt there was something in your past holding you back? Chances are when you were a youngster and you were trying out for a sports team, a position in the local school play, or the band, you wanted a particular position and for some reason, you weren’t selected. The deciding coach or teacher determined you weren’t ready or maybe there were other youngsters who were ready. Maybe you didn’t receive feedback and in that split second, you made a decision about yourself. The thought may have been “I’m not good enough,” or “I’m not smart enough,” or “I don’t deserve it,” or a number of other thoughts.
As a result, you’ve carried those thoughts since childhood and into
I’ve moved nine times in my life, and every time moving was both challenging and rewarding. Each move was for a different reason and each move varied from the previous time, but they have gotten better each time.
Moving out of state to go to college is one thing while you’re young. When you’re established in a community and find yourself moving for a new job, the circumstances are different, and the experience is exciting and frightening. There are challenges that come with maximizing your time while getting acclimated to a new job and learning about your surroundings in your spare time. Moving as a family is different than moving solo. Each has its own challenges. When you’ve raised your family and are moving later in life, moving can be very difficult. I’ve found there are a few easier ways to acclimate faster
You know what happens when the alarm goes off and you tap the snooze button, “just one more time,” you mutter. If you’re sleep deprived, the addi
tional few minutes of sleep mean you’re just putting off the inevitable that you have to get ready to get out the door to work. You
used to jump out of bed and were excited about your day. But something has changed. Maybe it’s you that’s changed. Are you dissatisfied with where you are in your life? Do you get distracted easily? Or are you looking for something to distract you?