I believe there are two ways to live life.
One is believing that you can’t change. That those tired, worn-out stories you’ve been telling about yourself forever are stuck to you like superglue.
The other is to learn how to see the joy in each and every moment. To change your story from one of fear and misery to one of happiness and freedom.
Which way of life sounds better to you?
If you’re ready to let go of your old, stagnant beliefs and dive into the fresh, clear waters of infinite possibility, I can help.
Through my programs, retreats, private coaching and guided meditations, we’ll uncover the perfect you that’s always been there, waiting to shine.
Isn’t it time you met your true and beautiful self? I’d love to introduce you.
Feel like time is running out? Or at least leaking out somewhere. Your to do list never seems to get totally to-done.
Do your to do lists seem to get longer and longer?
Never fear Time Extender is here! Recently I offered Doubt Be Gone to subscribers of my Daily Reflections. I have received hundred of emails telling me how effective it was. (You’ll have to subscribe to my free daily reflections to get your own free copy and wait for the message to eventually arrive. Yes, this is sort of a joke but read on there are some very useful suggestions)
Time Extender is very simple to use, apply it liberally to your life whenever you are feeling rushed or overwhelmed. By the time you get to step 7 all will be well.
Step 1 Take a long, slow deep breath
Step 2 Look lovingly at yourself in the mirror and relax
Step 3 Remember you are perfect just the way you are
Step 4 Remind yourself that your life is filled with ease
Step 5 Take another deep breath and remember tomorrow is another day
Step 6 There is no need to get upset, this too shall pass
Step 7 Refer to your list of three small things
Hope you have an amazing weekend and enjoy each and every moment, now and always.
Love to see your suggestions for working with time and to do lists in the comment section. (Or just a note saying you enjoyed the humor)
With love, joy and aloha,