Wednesday, November 07, 2012

Lessons learned on direction

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Weekly Reminder: Live in the present moment
"Being present in the moment with awareness is the key
to being safe, sane, and strong!

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Did you know how you feel about lessons learned on direction
is related to how you feel about you, your life's purpose, and
your direction?.

Here are some ideas for your consideration ...

...ask questions designed to shift you into action!

...focus on what matters to you, and what you want!

...keep up-to-date with change by knowing how others,
and how you learn!

...keep your expectations high, and positive by knowing
your life's purpose!

...listen to the lessons living your life presents!

...take time to be aware, and to trust!

When you take your lessons learned on direction to the next
level you must choose to...

...get out of your comfort zone.
...invest in yourself.
...make a difference.
...stay in the moment.
...take yourself seriously.
...use a proactive approach.

Conclusions, and takeaways

The following qurstions may cause you some angst.

Are you all you want to be?
Do you want others to direct you?
What are you waiting for?
What is your number one priority?

Changing the direction of your life from ordinary to extraordinary
and remarkable comes from within.

The choice is yours!

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learned on direction
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At the end of the day what are your feelings about your lessons
learned on direction

Tell us in the "Post Your Comment Here" link below how you feel about
your lessons learned on direction helps you get more done with
less distress, and eustress.

We encourage, and support your lessons learned on direction!

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