You Will Never Have This Again
Wow. Only two weeks left in 2021.
It seems like the years go by faster and faster.
Time is becoming more and more precious.
How do you want to spend it?
Have you ever really considered that?
You will never have these last two weeks of 2021 again.
For some, the end of the year is about speeding up and finishing strong.
For others, like me, it's about slowing down, reflection, preparing for the new year.
And for many, they don’t even think about it.
It comes, and it goes, just like next month and the month after and eventually the years and then your life.
Time and life will slip away, and it will seem like life just happened to you.
You didn’t have a say so; you didn’t get to decide.
But that is never true.
We always have a choice, even if we choose not to choose.
Your life is simply a series of decisions or indecision.
We make decisions because they direct and guide our brains to help us get where we want to go.
If we don’t choose consciously, our brain will decide for us, on default.
Our brain loves for us to stay the same. It feels safe.
So default thinking will keep us thinking, feeling, and acting the same way, repeating the same patterns over and over again.
If we want to create something new, we must think in a new way.
You can practice this skill today by deciding how you want to spend the rest of the month.
Who do you want to be? How do you want to show up?
What do you want to accomplish? How do you want to feel?
Love your reasons - then decide.
Each decision leads to another and then another, and then you are on a journey to an amazing destination.
Where do you want to go?
Passion? Purpose? Peace? Those are some of my favorite places.
The point is you must decide on purpose.
You have one precious life and you will never have it again.
And if you need some help, my job as a life coach is to help you see possibilities.
I walk alongside you on your journey. Help you navigate the detours and obstacles and constantly show you the profound power you have to create the life you want.
I would love to know what you decide.