Creating Dynamic Energy:
This morning I wake up with more dynamic energy than I know what to do with. Today, I prioritize and then tackle the projects I have in front of me. I quickly complete each task, and everything I start, I will finish. I make short work of everything.
How do I do this?
First, I make a list of all the things that need doing, and I cross off the unnecessary items or the ones that can wait a day or so. I tackle a small project first so that I can feel like I have accomplished something. Using this energy, I work on the most important project next. This project will go quickly because I already feel like I have accomplished a lot today.
I stick with it until it gets done, or I divide it into sections that I can accomplish over several days. When I have finished it, or the allotted portion of it, I move on to the next task for the day. To track my progress, I focus on what has been completed, not what is still to do, and by doing this, I can see that I have accomplished more than I planned on. When I do this, I can start each day fresh with the knowledge that I will get everything done that I need to. I let go of yesterday and leave tomorrow to tomorrow’s list.
At the end of the day:
I feel glorious dynamic energy! I am active and alive!
Our Okanagan Lake can be stunning in the winter with the mountain snow a sharp contrast to the dark gray-blue of the chilly waters. And with the weather below freezing, there is ice everywhere, which makes for a perfect winter scene.