We’re getting close!
Three weeks minus one day to the Big Daddy of holidays.
That doesn’t mean I have to drop Christmas Truth Bombs on you. Plenty of time for that.
Especially with the awesome peeps dropping regular ones on us. Take a look…
A Self Worth Truth Bomb from Edie Galley:
Today is the perfect day to let go of all the fears that keep you where you don’t want to be and grab on to all the reasons you can be where you want to be!
You are so worthy of it!
A Lose The Excuses Truth Bomb from Dr. Adam Sheck:
Met a lovely young woman at the gym today. She was doing pull-ups that handed my hat to me, whatever that metaphor means. Then she jumped down into her wheelchair!
So, if you have some sorry-ass excuse for not taking care of your body, you just lost it. AND, since the way we do one thing is the way we do everything, you just lost your sorry-ass excuses for not going full out to live the life you deserve!
An Acceptance Truth Bomb from Kellie Kuecha:
I do not at all like the word tolerance. Never have. Tolerance means to put up with someone or something. To put up with something means we really don’t want it in our space but are tolerating it. I think the word should be acceptance. Accepting someone or something means holding no negative judgement around it and bringing it into your heart as love. The two words carry very different energies.
An Innovation Truth Bomb from Lance Smith:
As a business owner, there is a natural tendency to want to go back to what worked well years ago when things get a little tough. But doing the exact same thing ten, twenty, thirty years later is a recipe for failure. It’s easy to reflect back at the “good times” in business and want to go back in time to look for a repeat. Unfortunately, the world has changed since then and a repeat is unlikely unless you adapt to your new surroundings.
Rather than look back at the specifics of what you did, look at the environment, culture, and principles that created the growth in the first place. The fundamental principles that create business growth will be the same, but the techniques and business practices will always change.
To go somewhere you have never gone, you’re going to need to do something you’ve never done.
An Emotional Courage Truth Bomb from Jeff Brown:
I used to judge people who didn’t want to work on their ‘issues’ and patterns. I questioned their emotional courage, their fortitude, their depth. To be sure, many of us- myself included- could do a better job of dealing with our stuff head on.
But, at the same time, I now recognize that we cannot know how courageous someone else is by looking at their lives from the outside. Perhaps they are carrying around so much unresolved emotional material- their own, even that of the collective- that they do not have any energy left over for process.
Or perhaps they are working in the deep within in ways we cannot begin to imagine- healing their unresolveds, quietly building the egoic foundation necessary to take on the next level of inner work. It’s so hard to know where courage lives.
And Finally, A Love Truth Bomb from Christine Schaefer:
I love quieting my mind and feeling the whoosh of love! God, what a feeling. This feeling is god. Who gives a shit what I love in moments like these… I just love. Love to you all.
Which of these Truth Bombs KABOOMED you the hardest?
Got any of your own to add?
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