I don’t know about you, but I’m feeling a little “off” right now.
I feel like I want to be slacking, but I that should be charging forward instead.
Something inside me is wanting to be fallow – you know, to rejuvenate and all – but another part of me is acutely aware of the danger of losing momentum.
And the whole thing has got me to thinking about when to Push versus when to Allow.
This topic is not new. Not to me personally, and certainly not to my clients.
Here’s how I most often encounter it for myself:
I really don’t feel like doing the dishes right now – but that’s okay, because I’ll have the motivation to do them at some point in the next 3-6 hours.
And I do. So it’s all good – this is a system that works for me. And for my family.
Along these same lines, if I don’t feel like doing the laundry, I know I’ll get to it within a day or two. Writing thank-you cards? A few days. Writing my next blog post? Um….
This is what I’ve been facing the past few weeks.
I just plain wasn’t feeling it. I was all Christmas and New Years and travel and family and eggnog. Nowhere in this milieu was there an energetic connection to sitting at the computer. Or reaching out to people who, by my estimates, were similarly in their own little tinsel and eggnog bubbles.
Frankly, I wanted to give us all a break. Keep Reading…>>