Become Less Overwhelmed and More Directed and Inspired
We arguably live in the most overstimulated time in history. We are exposed to and inundated with more information, more activity, more demands and more distractions than our parents—and certainly our grandparents and great, great grandparents.
And partly because of that, previous generations had more opportunity for contemplation and reflection than most of us do today.
Unless you live in a monastery, you have to be very proactive to carve out some time for yourself to think, to reflect, and to consciously and consistently gain clarity as to where you've been, where you are and where you want to go. Because if you don't, you will mostly be reacting and responding to outside influences instead of consciously CHOOSING what you think, say and do. What you do—and what you DON'T do—is what's going to create your future.
To design, create and live your best life, you have to think—and think clearly. You have to take yourself out of the busy-ness of life—at least for brief periods of time—in order to take charge of your life. You have to make sure your core values, your goals and your priorities are congruent. And you have to be willing to make NEW choices and change direction when it's required.
So how do you do that?
If you're as successful as you want to be, then this ten-part series isn't for you. But if you truly want to live closer to your full and unique potential, you've come to the right place.
I've been studying and coaching successful people and successful organizations for almost 40 years. As a student and teacher of success principles, I’ve learned some important lessons in life—some of them at great expense. I’ve also studied the best and the brightest minds to glean from them what works—and doesn’t work—in creating an exceptional life.
There are many pieces to the success puzzle, for sure. And there's no one thing that ensures your success. It's possible to experience substantial achievement without having all the pieces, but why not stack the deck in your favor?
In this course, I'll be sharing with you the reasons smart, hardworking and well-intentioned people usually live far below their potential. And I'll show you how to overcome these obstacles so you can plan, create and live your best life.
Knowing and understanding the things that keep you from being your best will help you make your life your best life.
The series is being published on my blog starting with the October 16 post.
Access the series at www.MichaelAngier.com
Social media is filled with pictures of people pouring buckets of ice water over their heads in response to the challenges. And it’s been pretty effective, too. The ALS Association has received over 100 million dollars. And the challenge has also substantially raised awareness for what is often called Lou Gehrig’s disease.
So now might be a good time to think about our gift-giving practices.