If you're going to realize your intentions, what you stop doing is just as important as what you start and continue to do. This is where "quitting" crosses over into enlightenment. Stopping = the white space. Stopping = room to run free and create from the deepest place of being without restraint or compromise. Stopping = more time for what matters most. You know how to go, go, go. Stopping, however, is the stuff of smiling Zen masters with all the time in the
Stopping what's distracting, draining, or aggravating doesn't require any heavy lifting or extra stamina -- just love and self-respect.
Today's Worksheet: The Stop Doing List
Look back on your year and get very clear about what sucked. What didn't work, got mired in resentment, felt onerous, weighed you deadly down?
All of your listed activities serve only to make you busier or put you out of the zone of your true strengths.
What will you stop doing? Effective immediately?
Missed It? You can still participate in '30 Days To Fire Up Your Creative Genius':
- Day 1: Welcome To '30 Days To Fire Up Your Creative Genius'
- Day 2: Where Are You Forcing Yourself To Be Better?
- Day 3: What Are You Intensely Interested In?
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