They are all containers.
They are physical things that support you in making change (which is what you are doing right now by learning new concepts about your financial operations.)
Swaddling babies calms down their nervous system and gives them a sense of security.
Dog parks give dogs a sense of security because they know the boundaries of their territory.
Timers gives you a start and a stop time so you have a sense of completion. Most projects take longer than 25 or 45 minutes to complete. But by chunking a large project down into smaller, doable steps you get a sense of containment, of managabity. That something is do-able.
This week I want to share with you some resources that will contain the energy of “overwhelm” and turn it into “on purpose.”
Sometimes I go a little overboard – creating a more complicated routine than necessary.
Here are 3 resources for you to help you move forward! Use them, love them, share them and let me know how you like them!
Whitney Bishop: Make 3 Changes – change doesn’t have to be “all or nothing,” in fact, making small, steady, consistent changes over time may just be the ticket.
The Pomodoro Technique – a time blocking technique that I have adapted with GREAT success! LOVE this. Hope you do, too! This one thing alone has made a hugh difference in my life.
Amy Cuddy – Power Poses – Amy’s TED talk about how adopting a pose for 2 minutes can change your physiology is just stunning! Such a simple, quick thing has powerful results. I’m a fan ’cause it works.
If I can be of service or if you want to take me up on my offer to support you, LET ME KNOW! I love serving those who serve others. Just grab a spot on my calendar and let’s make it happen!