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Make Room For Happiness

Written by Kathy Gates

Close your eyes and visualize this. (Ok, bad idea...since you can't read with your eyes closed). So instead, just clear your thoughts for a minute and get this picture in your head.

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Sound familiar? That's a very accurate description of Everyday life for many people. A crowded up, jumbled up, not-in-sync quadrant of time and space.

Not a pretty picture. Now imagine that you wanted to ADD something to that space. Maybe you really really wanted a new couch, or new TV, or even just a new rug. It would only crowd things that much more. It would only make you more uncomfortable, and out of sync.

As a Life Coach, people come to me every day wanting to ADD something to their lives...starting a new business, finding a relationship, writing a book. But their lives are like my den...crowded and "unfunctionable". Adding something would only make them more uncomfortable than they already are.

If you want something new and different in your life, you must first make ROOM. Make room for happiness by moving OUTrepparttar 101941 old.

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