Today I was listening to a podcast where someone was emphasising the importance of meditation and how practicing it -even for busy and no so consistent minds like mine- helps you to be “nicer”, less reactive, mindful, enjoy the little things. And again I reminded myself of how important is to be present and pay attention to all those little things: smile to a stranger when you cross paths, be nice and kind with the shop assistant, enjoy the little kick of your growing unborn baby, hugging your partner, etc.
Because those little moments are what matter. Make a difference in someone else’s life, be grateful, add value, enjoy the present moment – appreciate those little things, that at the end of the day, aren’t little.
This quote is self explanatory – thought of sharing it as I agree 200%!
I keep daily routines such as meditation, reading of personal development content, exercising and those non-negotiable things that need to be done to grow your business. I try to be better every day, work on my higher self and always do my best – no matter if I fall, I stand up, learn from it and keep going forward.
What are those things you decide to do every day, no matter what? What are those things that create change in your life and create what you want?
Do you trust your intuition? Your common sense? Your gut feeling?
For long time, I didn’t. And so many times I told myself: “I knew this was going to happen”. Why did I allow it to happen then? I didn’t trust my intuition, my gut feeling.
Years ago I was told to trust my intuition, to learn to listen to myself, to trust when something didn’t feel right. It was a long process, but slowly, I stared accepting and developing it.
When I started doing it, things worked much better for me. Now, I trust the universe, I trust my intuition, I make choices and take responsibility. Because whatever happens in my life, it’s my responsibility. I listen to others, I read, I learn new things – but for things to work our for me, they need to make sense to me.
“If you add a little to a little and do this often, soon the little will become great“. Jeff Olsen
Something I’ve learned lately: Success doesn’t come with luck. It comes with consistent hard work. With consistently doing a little bit every day towards your goals. Do what others aren’t willing to do, leave your comfort zone, grow yourself, and never give up.