[New Year, New You] Day 4: The Power of Observation
This is Day 4 of our 21-Day New Year, New You Challenge, and we’ve been covering quite a few hot topics like how to tackle big goals in little steps, and how to get out of the cycle of self-sabotage by seeing the facts. Today I want to take on a subject that sometimes gets a little esoteric–or too “mystical” and “spiritual” to understand and put into practice.
When it comes to most people’s ideas of “being present” modern self-development parlance has a tendency to make things a little complicated. I don’t want you to have to spin your chakras three times clockwise, then strap a crystal to your third eye for you to figure things out. In fact, I think most people have a better chance of finding “enlightenment” while they are sitting stuck in a mosquito-infested jungle, in a broken canoe surrounded by crocodiles!!
You don’t need to escape life and sit on an embroidered pillow case, in a silent cave, on the top of a mountain to figure life out. I think the best way is to throw yourself into it with as much courage and guts and grit as you can!
You can read the rest of the accompanying blog titled” Why I Choose Crocodiles over Puffy Cushions) and can be found here.