Lots of distraction, this first week.
My integrity kept gnawing at me:
“Print those documents using the printer at work! Print those documents using the printer at work!”
But I allowed my “looking good” conversation take over.
“What will people think if I print dozens of pages at once???”
“What will my boss think???”
And so, I never did anything to move my MKE process closer.
And of course, what manifested was extra work at the office. I stayed overtime to complete work for other staff members because we are short staffed. Plus, I kept arriving at work with less than 20 minutes to start in the morning…
So no time to set up my computer, log in, make coffee, use the washroom, and — oh, yeah: print that workbook.
During my lunch break I never seriously pursued making phone calls to prospects.
This is a critical time for my business.
I was too busy being a Yellow that the Red part of my personality was overwhelmed by the nonsense.
Clarity and peace of mind is what I need right now.
So that my Red can show up in all his glory!
Khush, I had to come read your week 1 and week 2 blogs. Keep to it. I read your blog and my go to quote… “A mind once stretched by a new idea can never return to its original dimensions.” – Oliver Wendall Holmes
One step at a step, just keep moving forward!!
I am so happy we are in it together! You will get the transformation which you are seeking!
Great post Khush, you seem very in tune with both your colours. By the time you are finished this course you will live happily with both your colours.
Being yellow is about having fun. You sound pretty serious to me. LOL Great first post, Khush! 🙂
Hi Khush, It’s great to have you here in the MKE. Looking forward to seeing you become the person you are intended to be without the cement.
Thank you for your blog Khush! Take one step at a time toward the unfolding of the wise one underneath.
So glad you’re here, Khush! Can’t wait to see how your dreams unfold!
Great job on your first blog, Khush! Stop for a moment and breathe. You have all the answers at your fingertips and on the tip of your tongue. Don’t self criticize. You were wonderfully made. You just forgot how to do “you”. Here is where you remember.
We can not create more time we can only learn to manage the time we have. Khush, making up your mind has created time. Pat yourself on the back, great to have you, and looking forward to seeing the new you.
Well, then, you’ve come to the right place, Khush! Welcome! Can’t wait to see how this chapter turns out for you.