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Easy Peasy

Can “Good-for-You” Be Easy Too?

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Sometimes “good for you” turns out to be more work than it’s worth!

Set some clear limits for yourself and honor them.

— Marthe
TheFreedomExperiment.com

“Sounds great,” I think.  “I’m going to do it,” I decide.

Onto the to-do list it goes: Set limits/honor them…

And down the slippery slope of good intentions it slides into my “that’s-never-going-to-happen” abyss…

But I’m learning.  And I guess I’m “setting limits.” Except my version starts with challenging each piece of “good for you” advice with questions such as these:

  • How difficult will this be to implement?
  • Do I have time and/or bandwidth for this?
  • Does this move me toward my prime objectives?

Truth be told, after such scrutiny, most of that “good for you” advice doesn’t Continue reading » Can “Good-for-You” Be Easy Too?

That was easy

I Want to Choose Easy

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How do you choose to think about your projects?  Will they be difficult or easy?

It’s easy to come up with new ideas; the hard part is letting go of what worked for you two years ago, but will soon be out-of-date.

— Roger Von Oech

In her post, What Are You Thinking?, PattiAnn asked several questions.  Among them were these:

  • What do you think that these people are thinking that allows them to continue to fight the good fight?
  • How do you feel today?
  • What are you thinking?
  • What is your choice?

Well, her questions resonated with me because I had just watched Wayne Dyer’s special on PBS, No Excuses! and I was still reeling from my reaction to his question:

How would you feel if the project that you’ve been thinking would be difficult was – instead – easy?

I closed my eyes and imagined that a certain pesky project would be easy… and my immediate gut reaction was:

Continue reading » I Want to Choose Easy