I don’t have any regrets…
Hmm, maybe one or two perhaps…?
Ok, perhaps a few more than that
Let me see…?
- Not trying as hard as I could when I was at school
- Not listening to the successful people around me
- Not trying harder at the trials, because I thought I didn’t have a chance when actually I did
- Not saying yes when the business opportunity presented itself.
- Not helping my friend with his success plan, which went on to earn tens of thousands
- Not investing in myself when I had the chance
Ok, you’re right, I accept I’ve had a number of regrets in life. And I now realise that I should have seized the chances and opportunities when they presented themselves.
I am a real failure! And it’s too late for me, right?
Are you still breathing? If yes, then it’s NEVER too late!
Don’t live with regret! Do it now!
Now I have your attention I’ll tell you what it means…Simple Energy Xchange!
You pass on your personal energy to others around you and vice versa, just by being around them. Clearly, this will happen to a lesser degree at this present time, because of social distancing.
When we eventually get back to some normality and are able to go around and interact as we did before, this Energy Xchange will be prevalent once again.
This is like an invisible ripple effect.
Have you ever thrown a stone into a lake and watched the ripples spread out across the water? Well, your personal energy is doing the same when you come in close proximity to others.
If the energy you Xchange is negative energy because your attitude is bad, then this bad energy permeates onto others. However, at the same time, you are doing self-harm to yourself as the energy doesn’t just flow out of your body, but is coming back into itself as well. This cannot be good for your health if your attitude is terrible, as you are chipping away at yourself and causing internal harm.
The reverse is true if you radiate positive energy. You improve yourself internally and also affect positively those around you. A win-win scenario and great for your overall wellbeing too.
So practice positive S.E.X – in an “energy” sense! 😉
What does your book of life say about you?
Have you ever wondered about that question?
If you could write a book based on your life?
Will that book be any good to read?
Will it be packaged with wonderful experiences and wonderful stories of the things you’ve done, and the people you’ve interacted with and left them feeling better because they met you?
Or will this book merely be a story of a life not having done much AND actually not LIVED fully at all?
Wouldn’t that be an awful shame?
As far as we know, we only get ONE go at this thing called life.
So why settle for mediocrity?
Do something wonderful with your hidden gifts and talents and live your life!
You’re not at the end of your journey just yet, so you can still affect the next chapters of your life book!
Think about it…just recently in the news, an elderly gentleman who was 99 years old wanted to raise a thousand pounds for the NHS, by just walking around his garden 100 times with the aid of his walker. He has gone on to raise £25 million pounds!
That is incredible and he has made a real difference to many people’s lives!
If he can do that at 99 years of age, then what could you do?
So you need to write and finish your book of life and make it a really positive story filled with amazing journeys and experiences.
Then in the distant future, when you do eventually get to the end of your life,
whoever learns about you and reads about your life story, will think,
“WOW, now THAT was a wonderful life that was truly lived fully!”
The human race. It is the family where we are ALL actually the same. We bleed red blood, no matter the colour of our skin. We are brothers and sisters in the same world family.
But within that world family, we are all individual and unique. We are diverse in many ways with colourful unique differences and all of us with different internal gifts and talents. These differences and individual talents are what make the human race SO special.
We are ALL special, individually and collectively, with talents to share amongst us all for the betterment of everyone.
Sometimes we forget this and we look inwards at only ourselves. We are important of course, but we don’t live in a world on our own, we live in a shared world with many many others, whom every one of them is important too.
So we need to look outward to our world family because we ARE “one” human family. So use the internal gifts and talents you were born with to contribute and make this world a better place for YOUR family – Your WORLD family, especially now during these testing times affecting the whole planet!
If you want to break a habit that is bugging you, such as smoking or chewing your nails or anything actually.
Who is the best person to tell you to stop it, do you know?
So YOU have to tell yourself to stop the bad habit and YOU will take your own advice.
Here is how to do it…
Film yourself on your smart-phone speaking to yourself saying you will quit doing the habit and say WHY you want to quit it.
Look into the camera lens and say if you DON’T quit it, then the consequences are…and say what the consequences are for not stopping the bad habit.
This video doesn’t need to be very long. It can last just 30 seconds as long as it gets the message across.
The tip here, however, is to watch the video you have made every single day, without fail, for at least a month!
Your subconscious mind will soon realize that you mean business because it is YOU telling yourself to stop!
Your answer should be, “What can I do about it?” or “How can I resolve this?”
NOT “I can’t do anything about it”!
Too many times we find problems and focus on those, rather than look for the solutions. We encounter problems all the time, that is what life does! It creates a series of problems that we all have to deal with and move on from.
Each of these problems are there to test you to see if you can overcome them. Sometimes they test you to the limit, but they become a life lesson that you have to learn from to help you in future
So never say “I can’t” when a problem appears, or even worse feel you are forever a victim of life’s problems. The problems are there to test your strength and resolve, not to break you. So understand what they are – deal with them the best you can – and then move forward.
Remember, always try to be a solution finder, not a problem finder!