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Personal Note from Rhonda – Rut-Free Living, Part 2

Dear Wonderful Ones,

1. You Gotta Wanna

2. Admit that you’re stuck

3. Discover what it is you want

If your intuition is already screaming at you to take a leap of faith now, or at least a baby-step forward, contact me to schedule a time ‘just for you.’ Together we will walk you through a complimentary HAPPINESS OVERVIEW and DISCOVERY SESSION to gain clarity and power for the New Year.

Send me your request right now to:

Email: rhonda@centerofhappiness

Subject Line: Happiness Overview Session Request

This week we will cover a few more important actions to take to create a life worth living…

4. Shine light on your excuses

You’ve got them. We all do. You’re too tired. It’s too late. You don’t have enough energy. There’s not enough time. You don’t have enough money. Everyone else needs your attention. Work is too demanding. By dragging your excuses out into the open, you become more conscious. Consciousness leads to greater creativity and energy. With energy you become proactive. With action and a sense of your own worth comes freedom from your stuck place.

5. Vision

Your thoughts influence your reality. Stretch to imagine being “rut-free.” Visualize yourself full of energy, direction, passion and clarity. Allow the feeling to penetrate your body and your Spirit as if what you dream of is already so. Believing is seeing, even though you were taught the opposite. By seeing it and feeling it as if it is already so, you begin to move forward on your journey, taking the necessary and incremental steps toward embracing change.

6. See mistakes as an opportunity to learn

Make a list of ideas. Complete your list before passing judgment and consider every possibility–no matter how big, small, crazy or impossible it may seem. Allow mistakes to become your opportunity to learn. If Edison hadn’t made a few mistakes, you’d still be reading this in the dark!

7. Just start moving

Yoda, from Star Wars, reminds us to “Do or do not, there is no try.” Trying is a state of inaction. Even the smallest step is important. The size doesn’t matter; what matters is that you dare to take the step. It informs the Universe that you are ready to fly. If you’re not sure what to do, just do anything other than what you’re doing in your rut. Find a mentor, take a class, ask for help, read a book, and, most important, learn to trust that your inner knowing will guide you. Apply everything you learn from your mistakes. Reach for excellence rather than perfection and remember that life is a journey, not a destination. Savor every moment.

The initial key of self-love and these seven following important actions will offer you the nudge you need to access the flow and help you to move out of your rut to make life meaningful. Your commitment to making your words and actions match empowers you to make the most out of this present moment, this precious present. For, after all, life is precious and it is a present…a gift amidst a magical mystery.

Now is the only moment there truly is, and what you do with each moment to infuse it with love is what creates a journey of contentment regardless of the circumstances.  Will you choose to stay in your rut of blame and self-doubt, or will you access your courage and creativity so life can be a joy ride every step of the way?

If you are ready to take an authentic step forward and recognize the value in not ‘going it alone,’ take advantage of my complimentary HAPPINESS OVERVIEW and DISCOVERY SESSION now!

Don’t wait! If you have that inkling that it’s time…send your request right now to:

Email: rhonda@centerofhappiness

Subject Line: Happiness Overview Session Request

More About Happiness

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(Rhonda’s comments: This is so tender and sweet! May we all feel this loved and secure.)

Happiness Quotes and Inspiration

If the highest aim of a captain were to preserve his ship, he would keep it in port forever.

— St. Thomas Aquinas

Piglet noticed that even though he had a Very Small Heart, it could hold a rather large amount of Gratitude.

A.A. Milne, Winnie-the-Pooh

Acknowledging the good that you already have in your life is the foundation for all abundance.

— Eckhart Tolle [/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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