We are naturally forward thinkers; looking to the future for the next significant accomplishment and milestone. Whether with our careers, family life, finances, or personal dreams and goals, remaining present to the process we are in can be difficult, and at times, feel totally restrictive. Yet, it is in the process, the pathway of our journey, that prepares us for our future. In this week's podcast, listen as Bethany shares the importance of staying present and stopping to smell the roses along the way.
Potential is having the capacity to become or develop into something successful in the future. Based on that definition, we all have great potential. However, if we never do anything with it, it will always be just great potential. We have to learn to put our potential into motion in our own lives and encourage others to do the same. In this week's podcast, Bethany talks about how it is more than just seeing your potential, it's time to take action and move forward in it!
The only way to stay connected with those that matter most, is purposefully blocking time in your schedule. Date nights with your spouse, lunch with a best friend, one-on-one time with your children will only happen if its a priority on your schedule just like your dentist visits, school concerts, hair appointments, etc. Listen as Bethany shares the importance of giving your time a name. Purposeful connections are possible when you make time work for you.
Big dreams and goals don't happen overnight. It takes time, perseverance, determination, and keeping the vision in front of you. There's great value in setting realistic steps to achieve your big dreams. Sharing your goals with a close friend or partnering with your spouse can help you stay the course in the midst of challenge. Listen as Bethany shares her story on the importance of writing out your yearly goals and accomplishing all that you set out to do.
Thought for the day: Over the years I have learned that the expectations I place on myself are at a lot higher standard than anyone has ever placed on me. When I became pregnant this last year, I began to put together a running list in my head of all the things that I was... Continue Reading →