Running in Panic Mode ... Slow down and focus to succeed!Written by Edward B. Toupin
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The first thing that you must do is STOP. Just stop doing everything for a few days and think about what you're doing. You need to clear you brain to take an unobstructed look around. Analyze what it is that you're doing and why. Try to determine if what you're doing is truly benefiting to you and your life, or if it is simply filling a void.
The best way to tell is to determine if one of your tasks provides money, security, happiness, and a future of some sort. If it does not provide you with what you need, then determine why you felt it was necessary to perform that task in first place. The beginning of answers lie right here. What was it about that task that caused you to think that it was of some benefit? Was it just a placeholder, or a time-waster, or did it actually contribute to your existence in some way?
Realize that fulfillment comes from performing tasks and experiencing things that support your vision in life and truly fill a need in your soul. If you have a vision, and task does not somehow get you there, then you are simply wasting your time. However, if you find that you're not sure of your life's vision, then you need to take time and figure out where you want to go in your life. In either case, you will be able to get out of panic mode by simply organizing your life.
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Sometimes, situation can place us into a panic mode. A mode for survival comes to surface when we can't get back on track or escape from some turmoil that seems overwhelming. It's not so much avoiding it as it is in knowing when it is coming and learning how to resolve resulting situation.
Sometimes things happen that throws us off our rockers. Experiences such as death and other types of unexpected loss can throw us into a panic mode situation because out life changes right in front of our eyes. But, idea is to know how to recover from such situations and be able to move forward and straighten out our lives again to get back on track.
In all cases, putting a master life plan in place can control panic mode situations. You can then learn how to adjust your plan according to changes and experiences in your life. It is imperative that you realize that you cannot succeed by spreading yourself too thin, just to ensure that you do not fail. You end up being caught in a strange world where you cannot move forward because you don't want to move backward.
Edward B. Toupin is a writer and inspirational coach living in the Entertainment Capital of the World. He works with individuals to help them realize their potential and establish the directions that will bring them the most fulfillment. His upcoming e-book, "Align Your Life," provides insight into various aspects of life with some solutions to consider to help you move forward. Contact Edward at email@example.com for more information.
Shatter!Written by Jan Tincher
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Now, bring it back up, then SHATTER it! Bring it back up again, and immediately shatter it 6 more times. Now, when you try to bring picture back up, CAN YOU? Most people canít. Or if they do, it shatters automatically, or itís faded. At any rate, it doesnít have same effect on you! *** Sidebar When your brain is drawn to a picture, a picture you shatter again and again, it will have same effect as a fingernail scratching a chalkboard. Your brain will not like it, and will not want to bring that picture back up again. If you canít bring picture up, you wonít have it to draw you to old habit of biting your fingernails. *** End of sidebar Now, after youíve shattered your picture enough times and it doesnít come up anymore, take some time to think good thoughts and visualize your fingernails nice and kept up beautifully. Believe me, this works. So if old feelings come back next day, just SHATTER picture 6 or more times. Pretty soon your brain will get idea for good. ~~~~~~~~~ Copyright 2002, Jan Tincher, All Rights Reserved Worldwide ---------------------------------------------------------------
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