10 Things To Do This Summer (for a happier, healthier, easier life)

Written by Kathy Gates, Professional Life Coach


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7. Consolidate. Consolidate means to “merge, combine, unite, join”. Look for something in your life that is scattered and consolidate -- group of small bills, hand lotions, hobby supplies. I’m using consolidate in this case to mean either to literally combine as all into one container, but also in collecting like items together. Instead of spreading your collectibles all overrepparttar house, combine them into one beautiful cabinet for impact. Consolidate toys or reading material/bills/papers by type. You’ll be able to seerepparttar 148847 duplicates easily and free up some time and space.

8. Dorepparttar 148848 opposite. If you find that you’re constantly having to run torepparttar 148849 next room to retrieve a pair of (for example) scissors, that’s a clue that you need to *add* a pair where you need them. This isrepparttar 148850 opposite of consolidate. Just be careful with this one, and make sure that you really userepparttar 148851 item enough to make it worthy of taking uprepparttar 148852 valuable real-estate in your home or office or closet.

9. Predictability We can’t knowrepparttar 148853 future. No one can. But about everyday things, it’s usually pretty easy to make a fairly accurate prediction of what consequences of your actions will be. A first ‘mistake’ is simply a learning experience, finding out information that you didn’t have originally. A second ‘mistake’ is not exercising your skill of predicting. Practice predicting, and make informed choices to go in a direction you want to.

10. Assign Value. A big mistake I see in my coaching clients is not assigning a true value to your time, to your energy, to your money, and torepparttar 148854 “real estate” (space) of your home or office. Realize that for each thing you say Yes to -- from a pair of shoes to watching a movie -- you have said No to something else. Always ask yourself - is this *valuable* enough to me to bump something else from my closet, my schedule, my money?

Make Summer 2005 your best yet! ====================

Professional Life Coach Kathy Gates specializes in helping people who are ready to create a simpler, less stressful, more joyful and meaningful lifestyle. Visit www.reallifecoach.com for information, products and services, and sign up for a free newsletter.


Create A Realistic Plan For Your Success

Written by Arun Pal Singh


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There is a price to pay for everything. Success too has its own price – Hard work

Prepare by taking gradually increasing steps. Swim half a lap first, and then move on to a full lap. Your skills will progress each time and you will soon beat your own lap records every time you enterrepparttar swimming pool.

It might take days, weeks or years to prepare forrepparttar 148764 “race”, depending on what your goals are. The main thing is to enterrepparttar 148765 race feeling confident in your own success and having allrepparttar 148766 skills that would allow you to win.

Taking steps one at a time and keeping your plan realistic gives you two important benefits. The order and precision of a plan brings confidence. You don’t feel like you are reengaging each new issue on a day-to-day basis. Organizing your strategy reducesrepparttar 148767 chances of making wrong moves or taking less efficient decisions.

Secondly, having a sound plan has many psychological benefits and your subconscious mind worries less. This gives you more energy to concentrate on what’s important. You are creating a pattern in your awareness that accepts success and integrates it in your plan.

When both you conscious and your subconscious mind believe in your chances of reaching a goal you benefit from a power of concentration and focus that eliminate outside interference and let you followrepparttar 148768 shortest path to success.

Even though chance may still play an important role in your quest to reach your ideal, having a realistic plan lets you changerepparttar 148769 “unlikely” into “possible”.

Wish you success.

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