I realized that due to technology issues, not everyone received the last lesson in my Dump The Junk eCourse! The best way to fix it is to offer it up to all (although it won’t make as much sense if you haven’t completed lessons 1-9).
Here is what you should have received:
This is the last *official* lesson in the Dump The Junk eCourse. (I will
be offering you the chance to sign up for a Live Bonus call on the topic
of living in the moment and all the myths that go along with that).
When it comes to cleansing your life of things that don’t work,
the first step is to realize that IT ISN’T WORKING IN THE FIRST PLACE!
My favorite indicator that I need a Life Cleanse? Things feel hard.
- Nothing is flowing properly.
- My friends annoy me.
- I feel cr@ppy about my weight/body.
- I dread work (and I’m self employed, so that’s bad!).
- I can’t seem to get anything right, no one seems to respond the
- way I want them to and I feel totally frustrated and ready to throw in the towel.
Usually about the 5th day of this, the light clicks on and I go
back, reassess and purge all of the things (usually just a bunch
of stale thoughts) holding me back.
With a good Life Cleanse under my belt (I’ve done the process so
often, my usually takes less than a day, but the first time it
took months!) I feel better and things start to get easy again.
So, for the final lesson, we actually go back to the beginning.
Recognizing it’s times to dump the junk and bounce back!
Resilience can be taught!
Being aware enough to realize that when things get hard, it’s
THE #1 SIGN THAT YOU NEED TO ADJUST!
This lesson (in the form of a radio show I did last spring) will
help you to get over any fear holding you from really cleansing
your life by sharing
–how to make No Fail Decisions
–How to manage fear
–How to bounce back when life gets frustrating!
Here is the lesson:
If life is hard, you’re doing it wrong!
I’ll be letting you know about the Bonus coaching call as soon
as I have all the details finalized.
PS: Had to share this quote:
Happy people know that regardless of what happened yesterday, last
month, years ago –or what might happen later today, tomorrow or next
year –now is the only place where happiness can actually be found
~ Richard Carlson, “Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff”
Be Happy Now.
Loved this thought and had to share it with you guys:
Decide what your highest priorities are and have the courage to pleasantly, smilingly, non-apologetically say ‘NO’ to all other things.
No idea where I got that quote. Maybe it’s someone famous. Maybe I got it from a movie or maybe I ‘divinely downloaded’ it from the Universe.
I do know that I had to share it and I definitely want to know what you think! Comment below with thoughts. Is this hard for you? Do you even know what your focus is on? Is this a selfish mindset? Don’t be afraid, share!
Perhaps this topic is at the forefront of my mind because of the recent (and very unexpected) death of one of my closest friends in high school, or perhaps it’s due to watching “Life or Something Like It.” Regardless of the reason (I suspect a combination of both) it is something I am thinking about.
If I had one week to live, here is what I would do:
- Call each of my loved ones to tell them how much they mean to me.
- Visit my family.
- I’d then grab my husband and we’d go on the adventure of a life time. This would include a hot air balloon ride, staying in the most expensive hotel I could find (and jumping on the bed), visiting Niagara Falls, the Rocky Mountains and swimming in the ocean again.
Now that I’ve created my 1-Week-to-Live Bucket List, I’m wondering why I don’t do those things now.
Hmmmm, why DON’T I do those things now? Because I am human, and I take things for granted. And because of THAT, I have plenty of excuses. All of which come down to time and money.
And I’m a bit ashamed about the simplicity of my list, and the excuses I have for NOT doing #1 and #2. In fact, I think I will completely #1 with some of my loved ones tonight. It just seems like the least I could do, to not take life (and loved ones) for granted.
And so I pose this question to you…what would you do if you found out that you had 1 week left on earth? Would this put things into perspective for you? Would you immediately recognize what is important to you?
I’d love for you to comment below and tell me what you think. What would you do and what are you waiting for?
PS–Just talked to husband about hot air balloon ride. It’s in the works . I will provide pictures.