Too Much, Too Fast?

candy.jpgThat’s what my dad used to say to explain a hangover caused by overindulgence the night before: “Too much, too soon, too fast.”

He wasn’t talking about chocolate, or spiritual growth resources, but I’m feeling the same way lately.

Last week I had the good fortune of seeing James Ray and Byron Katie live, watching Larry King interview authorities on deliberate creation, reading Abraham’s latest book, and getting turned on to Ho’oponopono and Holosync and Deeksha. My head is spinning!

So the million dollar question is: What are we doing with all this stuff? What good does any of this wonderful material do if we don’t integrate what we learn?

Have you ever had so many choices you put off taking action? Do you know someone who reads book after book and attends seminar after seminar but nothing changes in their lives?

Or maybe you ARE that person. Don’t worry; there’s an easy solution here: Just do one thing.

That’s all it takes; just one thing to get the ball rolling. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed. Last February I challenged readers to “do one thing,” and heard from many over the last nine months who did. It doesn’t take a monumental effort to get things going your way. Doing just one thing can turn the tide in your favor.

(And if you still haven’t done anything since the last time I suggested this, you’re a prime candidate for coaching!)

Whether it’s committing to 10 minutes a day of meditation, giving up caffeine, creating a vision board, using a mantra, daily deep breathing – or whatever appeals to you to create life change: start something. Once you’ve incorporated one new habit, you can add another if and when you’re so inspired.

It starts with the first step. Any step is better than nothing! You’ve still got plenty of time to create strong momentum in getting what you want!

If you need help knowing what you want or how to create it before the year ends, drop me a note. I’m happy to help you discover your right track once and for all!

  • April 1, 2007
  • Scott says:

    Hi Jeannette!

    Great site – my first time here 😉

    Thank you for the post!

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