1. Indecision“Maybes” are time-sucking, attention-draining, problem-creating trouble makers!. If you have areas of your life where you’re feeling undecided, uncertain, or wishy-washy, then watch out! Self confidence has a whole lot to do with your ability to DECIDE. Clutter, for instance, is a sign that you’re having a hard time making decisions. Take a look at your thinking processes and see if you’re feeling stuck in a rut, unclear and undecided. Then DECIDE and start moving forward.
The good news here is that you don’t have to have everything all figured out. You don’t have to see the view from the top before you start climbing the mountain. Once you take the first step out of inertia, you’ll be in a new place with a new view, and the next step or steps will become more clear.
Making decisions is a great energy, confidence, and certainty booster. Go for it.
It doesn’t necessarily feel good to admit to past wrongs, but keeping them inside is not healthy. Nobody likes to be wrong, but a humble heart which is willing to take responsibility for what’s gone awry is a lovely thing to behold.
If you have something weighing on your heart, tugging on the edge of your tear ducts – something old, something new, something you knew you shouldn’t do but did anyway, it’s time to let it out and let go.
You don’t have to say it just right. A good attempt at reconciliation trumps not making any attempt at all. Even the worst possible consequences will pale next to the cost of keeping it festering inside of you .
Your secrets wouldn’t bother you like they do if you weren’t a good person. Free yourself, and let the new light and weightlessness of truth shine in.
3. Incomplete Projects
Those half-done photo albums and unwritten birthday cards may look benign, but they are not. An accumulated collection of incompleted projects is the perfect invitation to feel lethargic, burdened, overwhelmed and unhappy! Incomplete projects leak a slow, but strong energy drain on your life, your confidence, and your health.
Finish what you start. Keep your commitments. Clean up your unfinished business and make things feel right.
As summer now approaches, take inventory on your life and personal choices – not just what you eat and how much exercise you get, but what you complete. Not just what you wear, but what you hide inside and how you decide rather than letting things ride both sides of the fence. Then you’ll be ready to great the summer of full bloom, with an internal full bloom of life lived abundantly!