More often than not we are focused on what we don’t have. It could be time, money, the right relationship, the right car or job. I hear this every day from clients that their spouse isn’t… or their staff doesn’t… or they are freaked about money.
This mentality and energy of not enough time is much more prevalent in our western population.
A few things to stop:
* Reinforcing the negative thought, and energy, that you don’t have enough time the more elusive time is.
* Criticizing others for their actions and decisions.
* Indecision. No decision is just that, no decision and it is actually a big energy suck.
Interrupters in your day include email that automatically downloads and dings every time there’s a new one. This is a persistent guilt driven and energy draining force in your day. The same applies to texting and the need to respond immediately. Turning on the television is one of the classic interrupters and energy suckers.
I’ve just spent time editing one of my books that reminded me about this very subject of energy zapping and that inner critic. This subject is explored more thoroughly in the Overcome the 7 Energies that Suck book.
Turn off your inner critic and guilt by turning off your auto receive of emails, Facebook connections, no emails on your cell phone, general internet access, texting, blaming others for taking your time, etc.
A unique thing to do:
** One of my favorite things to do is watch movies and yet I’m taking a break on watching movies. I’ve unsubscribed from all movie notices and all ways to watch movies. So far I’ve got a lot more time to write and clear up any nagging situations and it’s only been a week. I recently got an email from a friend who is going so far as disconnecting his internet access. I’m not there yet but it seems like an awesome idea. I’ll let you know if I take that route.
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Sheevaun Moran is a transformation expert, keynote speaker and author who has worked with thousands of CEO's and entrepreneurs to help them achieve clarity, simplicity resulting in profits. You can find her at http://sheevaunmoran.com