You are what you eat ….. And what you think!

How many times have you given yourself an “ Attaboy” or Attagirl” pat on the back today? Sounds ludicrous?

How many times have you made a negative or self-deprecating comment to yourself today? Now we’re talking, right?

It’s always interesting to hear someone talk about that friend who is so negative about everything, who complains all the time or who has little or no self-confidence. What’s even more interesting is that we, as individuals, rarely are aware of how many times we do it as well. This way of thinking has become so ingrained in our habits that thinking positively, appreciating what we have and what is offered to us everyday, requires some sort of reminder.

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Feeling Wired Up But Melting Down? Managing Energy for Life Satisfaction

The Challenges of Today’s Lifestyle

Our complex, fast-paced world creates unrelenting pressure at work, and in our personal lives. Multitasking, distress and exhaustion flourish in a society where we perceive there is not enough “time” to experience quality interactions and to successfully meet our daily obligations.

If our goal is only to manage our time efficiently, we may not muster enough energy to stay present, patient, positive and lively! Everything that we do requires energy, from a loving talk with our children about household duties, being emotionally and physically intimate with our partner, to negotiating and problem solving with family members, work associates and clients.

Traditional methods of time management are breaking down by bytes and bites. There are 168 hours each week, and we know that we cannot sustain a 24/7 lifestyle! When we try to beat the clock, we feel frustration, anxiety, exhaustion and we question ourselves, “How can I finish all of this?” or “When does it ever end?” or even worse, “Will there ever be time for my needs?”

Now imagine a different picture. Instead of trying to control time we create a lifestyle that focuses on managing our energy . We learn how to expand our energies, by making changes that promote balance and increase the possibility of the positive quality, rather than quantity of our daily output.

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