Keep your tank full

Have you noticed that you can tell whether a salesperson is calling you because they are excited and passionate about offering you something of value as opposed to calling because they are desperate? Have you noticed that you act quite differently when you are acting from a place of abundance versus lack?

When I slip into a moment of not feeling good enough or feeling that I don’t have enough, I feel driven to be better and to have more. But whatever I do takes effort and there’s always an element of struggle involved. This makes sense because there’s no fuel – I’m working on an empty tank. When I’m feeling abundant, I act out of my own inspiration. I’m rich and full and so the energy flows naturally. This action at times feels almost effortless.

When we start a new year we often go in with the zest and zeal of a full tank and by the middle of the year we realise that we have forgotten to take time each day to stop and top it up. Let’s guard against this and take time every day to ask and answer two key questions (see below) to ensure that you take Key Steps to…

Top up your tank

  1. What’s good in my life? It’s important to remember that you don’t need money to be abundant. All you need is appreciation of all that you have.  Grab your journal or a pen and paper and start writing your gratitude list. As you make this a daily habit, don’t be surprised when you find that your tank is actually overflowing.
  2. What needs to be bone? Only you can answer this question honestly and plug any leaks that your tank has. For example, do you need to unplug from technology for a few hours each day or take more regular lunch breaks or meditate more? Always remember to pick the most important one and then… Take ACTION!  And join us to Effectively Harness & Manage Your Time & Stress on 10 & 11 August 2016 and take Key Steps to

“be the difference that makes the difference

To learn how to overcome difficult times, set objectives, move your life forward and create the life you deserve, contact Tiffany and book one of our public workshops