Simplify Your Life


The New Year brings upon new experiences, opportunities and most of all an open mind. We are constantly evolving and it's time we take inspired ACTION to move in the right direction.

Eliminate distractions, people and things that no longer SERVE who you are becoming.

1. Give up the desire to control EVERYTHING!

Honestly, you cannot control everything in life and why would you ever want too. Controling your reactions to the things that happens is enough of a chore to take on. Don't add more to your plate that doesn't need to be there. The actions of others or circumstances beyond your control is none of your business.

Focus on what's right in front of your face. Change your perspective and the way you react to certain situations will change.

2. Give up your yearning desire to make excuses!

The only thing MORE annoying than not completing a task, is the mountain of excuses you create, as to why it could not be done. We are too old to not take RESONSIBLITY for our OWN actions. Hold yourself accountable for the thing you commit to or lack their of. Which leads to my next point...

3. Stop saying YES to things that no longer feed your soul!

I cannot tell you how many times, I have over committed to going to an event or function that I had no desire to attend. Learn to say NO! Make time for the things that serve your purpose, tell people you have other obligations.

Don't allow people to stir you off track. No matter how inticing an opportunity may sound,

4. Eliminate the drama.

Cut the crap and cut people out of you. Reality TV shows are at an all time high but your life doesn't need to be action pack, week to week.

Stay away from negative people. They have a PROBLEM for every SOULTION. You know those people who always have the TEA to spill but never around any other time. They are the root of the problem. REMOVE THE CLUTTER.

What distractions do you need to REMOVE from your life to reach your FULL potential.


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