Stephen Covey’s self help book The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People was a life changing read for me. Covey coined the idea of abundance mentality or abundance mindset. It is a concept in which a person believes there are enough resources and successes to share with others.
This year my annual stats report from WordPress.com didn’t hold any huge surprises but that’s not to say I did not smile when I read: “Some of your most popular posts were written before 2013. Your writing has staying power! Consider writing about those topics again. “
I have finally learned a life lesson I have failed to learn many times before. Being productive isn’t about doing more. Being productive is about doing less and doing what I choose to do better.
Six months of remaining in a toxic group environment while saying nothing must mean something, right? Once again, I did not make a healthy choice right away. I hung in there for half a year before deciding to leave and for what? There must be a life lesson in that but what is it?
Last April I joined an online group that split into two factions within a week of being formed. Some said the problem was personality clashes. Others said it was religious intolerance. I believe the problem is two egos clashing. I made the decision to leave the group, rather than entering the fray.
I am as far as one can get from being an urban yoga practitioner. My husband and I choose to live a life of voluntary simplicity in a semi remote location. We waste not and want not. As we chose to drop out of the consumer driven society and are unimpressed with the unrelenting advertising…
Last week was typical week for me. I was busy and productive and though I had to deal with several difficult people I was happy. I have resolved not to shun the so-called difficult people in my life for two self serving reasons. They teach me important lessons about myself, and learning from them provides …