Changes In Your Life

With us being in the New Year, think about the changes that you want to make in your life. What do you like? What do you hate? What’s so-so? In some ways its similar to cleaning out your closet. What do you want to do, but haven’t had much time for? By making incremental changes you can start to chip away and make the life you would really like.

Do you like where you live? Like the location but maybe not how your house looks. Can you do a remodel or would you rather live in a different house? People in our life, are they changing with us or are you finding that you have nothing in common? By pulling somethings apart and taking a closer look at whats working and whats not.

Take small bite size changes, this way its easier to see if your going in the right direction or if things are starting to fall apart? If you’re a feeling person this will be easier for you. Feel how these changes feel to you. Are you getting anxious? calmer or excited. If you are feeling panicked in any way. Back off from those changes. Changes should not send you into panic mode.

If you going into panick mode don’t move forward. We have fear in our life for a reason. It’s to prevent us from jumping into danger. Anyone that pushes you to go into a panick mode isn’t a smart person to have in life decisions. Change will feel different, but it should either make you feel calm or excited. Before making changes in your life, you might want to check in and see how you feel about it before making the change.

Having calmness in your life is a good gage. It means that your making sound or good decisions. Change should not bring on a panick attack. If your learning a new skill and only understand the minimum. It might be a good idea to work under a person who has those skill sets mastered until you feel more comfortable.

Things that are less risky financially, can be played with or tweaked to see what works or what doesn’t. Unless you can find a mentor, who is doing something that you’re trying to do. Just remember there are many ways to change and learn things.

Raven Hawke, Llc (MN, USA)

info@ravenhawke.net

http://www.ravenhawke.net

 

 

 

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