In this episode, we talk about the importance of reflection, taking the time and creating the space to check in, take inventory and explore what is and isn’t working and why.
- Are you taking the time and creating the space to actually reflect? In theory, we all know we should but are we actually setting aside the time and creating the space to intentionally slow down, review and process through our experiences- this is an important question that we must ask ourselves if we are to move forward with power and authority. This is all part of building a rock solid foundation and taking care of any skipped steps.
- Integration: Knowledge can turn into understanding when we take the time to process the information we receive throughout the day, weeks, months, years- making it that much easier to shift gears and engage change.
- Both-And: When we reflect, it is important to look at what is and isn’t working and why. Most people focus on what isn’t working, but very few people look at what is- if we can begin to understand why certain experiences work, we can become even more clear and intentional about placing our focus onto and fueling those choices.
- Making The Past Productive: We can make the past productive by choosing to reflect on our experiences from the present moment with observation. This allows for a neutrality to enter as we begin to connect with, accept and deepen into an appreciation of as we extract the value and take the lessons in the here and now.
- The Heart Based Practice: If you don’t know where to begin, start here. I will take you through each step, and you can begin to engage this process with just taking three minutes each day to reconnect, reset and remember who, what and where you are.
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