It ain’t slowing down baby so you gotta make it go slow
Yes you can, but you have to start by taking small action every day.
We have never lived in a more unpredictable world. Many of us are losing ground under our feet and it’s not going to slow down anytime soon. Not to be doom and gloom (you know my middle name is #pollyanna) but while change is always the constant- the amount of it and speed of it right now is making us all feel very anxious.
Last night, my husband and I talked to some friends how anything that takes more than 10 minutes will get automated in the near future and how that may leave room for us to do other fun things. Don’t be fooled. In case you haven’t noticed, we have the best productivity and time saving tools we have ever had and we have never been this busy, overwhelmed and anxious. It’s not about to slow down.
What’s the answer? You have to find your anchor. You have to resist the notion that you have to follow the herd. You have to stop making yourself miserable now so you can retire in Florida.
Be still. Connect with humans you care about. Invest in your health. Slow down. Say no more. Say it some more. Take a bath. Read a book. Take full vacation off. Quit your job and work at Starbucks if you are losing your mind and health. Slow down and be present. Now. It ain’t slowing down baby so you gotta make it go slow.
You do have the power after all, don’t be fooled by the notion that others are imposing something. Get up and reclaim your life.
Yes you can, but you have to start by taking small action every day. Here’s a recent video I did that will compliment these tips!
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Today I want us all to think about how our own personal relationships affect the work we are doing and how having good relationships is the trick to success. This is a story about Alfred Adler and how one part of our life affects all others.
Christina Lazarakis is an artist, singer and songwriter. That is who she has always been and before self sabotaging voices showed up, she spent her days creating and giving of herself through various art forms: painting, making music, singing in a band, acting in multiple plays and films, singing fabulous songs……and then she stopped ALL of it for 7 years.
We discuss the Socratic method – aimed to give rise to knowledge through conversation and social interaction. We also learn how philosophy explains why we get irritated when someone questions our beliefs.