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Where do you start to begin to make room for happiness?
1. Time. How do you spend your time? Is it wasted time, or refreshing time? Are you consciously spending time, or just letting it happen?
2. Environment. What no longer is working for you in your environment? Are there unfinished projects that were important at one time, but no longer intrigue you? When you look around, does your environment make you feel good?
3. Relationships. What relationships are no longer effective to your happiness? Do people in your life support you? Are you are proud to introduce them to others?
4. Thinking. Do you talk to yourself like your best friend? Or do you talk to yourself like someone who you despise? Pay attention to how you treat your mind.
5. Work. Do you feel fulfilled and happy about your work? Or do you dread going to work, and just count minutes until Fridays?
Once you have made ROOM for success, adding what you really want will give you pleasure and fulfillment. If you try to add it on top of what you already have, it will become just another source of aggravation. First, you must set up your life to support success.
Just as in my den, as I begin to rearrange sofa and chairs, rest of room became easier and easier. So it will be with your life.as you change one part, each will be easier and easier.
Kathy Gates, Professional Life Coach, can help you restructure your life so that it's easier, more fun, and a more genuine expression of who you are. She is the author of an Ebook and several Email Coaching Programs available at www.reallifecoach.com, call 480.998.5843