The nights are getting cooler, summer days are coming to an end and September is just around the corner. I've been connected to an academic schedule for many years, so September has always been like New Year's for me. Back to school, back to work and on to a new year full of possibilities!
This week is Breakthrough to Success week with Jack Canfield. Although I wasn't able to be at the event this year, I am certainly there in spirit! Thanks to Facebook, I am connected to the event and it's attendees and getting nuggets of great stuff I'll be sharing with you as well.
In preparation for the fall, and in honor of my BTS experience, I've been tending to my environments. I first learned about the concept of our 9 environments at BTS from Jim Bunch. I've done quite a bit of work on my environments since returning from BTS and teach it to my clients as well, however, I find it helpful to revisit my environments on a regular basis. Particularly my relationships, physical home and office environments, which can very easily expire me if I don't keep them clear!
This year brings big changes to my work and my business. I have a couple of tremendous opportunities that will level up my work and my life as it relates to my passion, my life purpose and the people I serve. I'm so excited and grateful and look forward to giving it my all. And in preparation, I've been working on clearing my environments so that I meet my new opportunities with focus and clarity.
Over the weekend, I did a Tolerations and Irritations List in my physical environment which includes my home office and living space. I've been spending some time prioritizing the list, chunking it down, taking action and getting things done! I already feel more clear, more focused and more productive ... all of which are a set up for success!
Thanks to Jim Bunch and Jack Canfield for teaching me about the importance creating environments that inspire rather than expire me!
Read more about clearing clutter in your environments and download your own Irritations and Tolerations Worksheet at:
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