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You have ambitions in life, and to accomplish those ambitions, you do hell lot of things; you make a never ending to-do-list, wait for the perfect circumstances to arrive and you keep on dreaming about it every single day. r
“I don’t have enough time.” “I’m too busy.” “There aren’t enough hours in the day.”
On average, I hear at least one of these expressions twice a day. And quite frankly, I’m a bit tired of it. So I decided to make it my personal mission to rid the world of these phrases. r
Latent within everyone who has a sentient conscious mind there is an “invisible” partner who has the answer to literally everything. This invisible partner is also referred to as the subconscious mind and the channel through which it will supply you with the answers and solutions you seek is known as intuition.
We’ve all been there…..
You show up at the doctor’s office on time, only to discover that they’re running behind and four others with appointments ahead of you are still waiting.
Or the airport where you wait for hours, only to hear the announcement that your delayed flight has been rescheduled – again.
Or the “quick visit” to the post office that drags on for an hour.
And if you are a parent… well, you probably have “scheduled” wait times built into your calendar – soccer practice, swim lessons, piano classes…
When you are busy and stressed, even a short wait feels like eternity. Every minute that you wait, is a minute wasted.
“Wait time” can be the most frustrating time – if you let it. With just a little bit of planning though, you can not only turn “wait time” into productive time, but may actually surprise yourself by looking forward to it!
Here are 10 simple tips to get you started. r
In 2011 I became a dad. Having a son was a big change in mine and my wife’s lives.
Since we have had a new family member in our home, I have been thinking about parenthood quite a bit. Although our son is still quite young (1 year and two months old when writing this), I have also been thinking about the future years of my son.
Specifically, I have been thinking of all the different lessons that I can teach him as he grows up.
At the same time, I have noticed that there are conflicts in the lessons that we adults teach to our children. It seems that very often what we teach is actually quite different from what we actually do.
When you look at this list, does it sound familiar? r