Thursday, February 11th, 2010
Where we are free to talk about the hard, the fun, and the beautiful of our work week. The best way to learn from our experiences is to step back, be honest, and reflect on pain and joy of our work week.
Ahh time. Why do I view time as such a fickle substance?
I’m in one meeting where the time globs by, slowly burning me as each second passes.
There are other days when I look up and it’s 4 pm and I feel like I’ve been gliding on a big fluffy lazy chair made out of clouds that hug my body just right.
I had the extreme of both cases this weekend.
Let me explain…
Time is a very important substance to me, except when I’m being tortured by it.
I was lost for what direction to take my business. I want to help people with their careers (motivation, productivity, self knowledge, etc), but I also want to help small businesses and managers. I felt like my articles in the leadership/business culture were getting lost in the shuffle.
I felt lost and time dripped by. I wasn’t able to take action when I felt in limbo.
That’s why I created my How can I help you in 2010 post.
I’ve come to a conclusion that I will share with all of you very soon.
Please feel free to fill out the survey if you have a chance. Click here to help me do a better job of helping you.
Writing an amazing article that resonated with my soul.
The words were pouring out of me. Time has no meaning.
I have no idea where all the words came from, but it felt like the universe opened up a portal in my brain and just poured all this goodness in. The words poured out from my fingers into my computer.
It’s a magical feeling that doesn’t happen very often, so I enjoy it tremendously when it does.
The heater in my office.
We had a cold bitter day and I had just come in from outside. I felt my fingers and cheeks tingle as they warmed up.
I never really took the time to just sit and feel this sensations for a minute. It was a really cool 1 minute bliss relaxation that I will write down after I’m done with this article.
I could feel the rush of blood going to these cold areas, regulating my body temperature. My body wasn’t able to do this outside. It was too busy trying to keep my core warm.
When I got back inside with the blasting heater, my extremities warmed back up. It was a beautiful reaction that I usually take for granted, but not this time.
What about you?
What has been hard, fun and beautiful in your life? I’ll see you in the comment section.
* Alexandra Levit’s blog Water Cooler Wisdom has a great article called Practice Good Karma at Work. You can probably guess how much I resonated with this piece.
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