As we move into the New Year I can’t but help thinking that we all get bogged down along the way with too much clutter.
Clutter that distracts confuses and keeps us from what we really wanted to do and when we reflect we remind ourselves of all those resolutions we set ourselves and didn’t achieve.
So lets think of how we manage our very own hard drive in 2015.
- Lets keep in front and center – that which makes a real difference in our lives.
- Erase the remarks that people say to hurt us and drain our battery.
- Let’s not over sweat the small stuff, keep a clear picture of what’s important.
- Remember WHO and WHAT s important in our lives and take care of those things.
- Don’t fill our hard drive with STUFF that drains our time and energy.
- Recharge our hard drive by connecting with those who give us energy.
- Constantly refresh our hard drive for superior thinking and performance.
- Throw in the trash that which becomes redundant and obsolete.
- Constantly upgrade our hard drive through what we learn and what we experience.
- Remember what is in our hard drive determines the who the what and the how of ME.
Why do we make them? We should be doing them if they are important enough.
What does it say about us when we sit down once a year and make them. That we quickly forget them.
How important are they when we have to remind ourselves that we need to do them!
Let’s all agree not to bother and simply do what we should always do.
Be good, be kind and be human.
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Incredible so that you can give you’re very best to
Loving and kind and do good deeds to
Turn reading into thoughts and thoughts into deeds and make those deeds count, make 2014 the greatest year yet!
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Too many people have dreams about what other people have or what others can do.
We all have many disappointments in life and get to a place where we would rather not be.
There are many options in our lives and we can easily lose our passion to take the options that we know we must.
Looking forward to 2013 let’s make some resolutions for us.
- We will take care of ourselves in body, mind and spirit.
- We will Massage our hearts and tell ourselves we can overcome our obstacles and not sit on the sidelines.
- We will become the person that we can be.
- We will get back our first love, in ourselves and then help others.
Blog idea created while listening to Joel Osteen
Family – family comes first!
There are many things in our life that cannot be replaced; one is family, so take care of the ones you have. They are the most precious things in your life! They can never be replaced.
Career – some take it serious, some just show up! Make the right choice!
Your career is your wellbeing, it is who you are. Ask those who lose their job, ask them how they feel! You can climb the corporate ladder or stay in a dead end position. Retire on the job or turn it into a dream opportunity.
You are the owner of your career, it is your decision to make the best or the worst of it. So go on make your “day.” And do something that will change the rest of life.
Finances – Get it under control!
The economy is not looking very positive, but not as bad as the news portrays it to be (for most.) So, don’t wait until you are in that dark hole before you start digging your way out.
Ask the question, is it a want or a need, can I live without it? Start paying off old debt and quit trying to keep up with the Jones!
Volunteerism – good for the soul!
Everyone should take a turn at volunteerism. It reminds us quickly how fortunate we are. All businesses should have programs to encourage employees to work as volunteers.
It should be listed under: personal development and employee benefits, because of the sense of pride and satisfaction they will earn.
It builds leadership for our younger generation, who in turn will be more apt to get involved in their communities and the work of non-profit agencies. Business also will benefit from the role in society, as will society. A win-win for everyone!
Contributions – hands are out!
It is time to choose from the many non-profit organizations that seek your money. Choose your donation percentage and fund your passion.
You cannot do it all! Take a percentage of your income that will be donated, and stick to it. If you cannot give money, give time! You will find it fun and rewarding and will make friends along the way.
Best Friends – are the best!
Best friends are what keep us going. They are the ones we vent to, cry with and dream with. Conversations that are never repeated. They give us hugs when needed, they remind us tomorrow is a new day.
Best thoughts – Remember to check in on these thoughts every day!
Happy New Year! It is yours to achieve what you desire.
HRMexplorer and Sister Mae I