Decisions, Decisions, Decisions

Decisions, Decisions, Decisions

It is crazy-making to think about how many decisions you are making each day.

Some of them are simple, and some of them put you into the spin-cycle.

Making any decision from a place of fear, doubt, worry, anger or frustration places you in the victim space.

Making any decision from a place of trust, understanding, compassion, love or peace places you in the empowerment space.

There is really only one question: On which side of the line will you make your decisions?

In Viktor Frankl’s book, Man’s Search for Meaning (1946) he speaks of his experiences of being imprisoned in concentration camps during WWII.

His words provide guidance for me:

“Everything can be taken from a man but one thing: the last of human freedoms – to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one’s own way. Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.”

I’m witnessing a LOT of decisions being made from the disempowering side of the line, individuals who feel they are being empowered by anger or frustration, however their decisions are eroding them and they feel the weight of the victim. I’m seeing bitterness, judgement and shaming. A lot of reaction instead of reasoned response.

Strengthening your ability to be solid in who you really are, from a place of compassion and understanding, allows you to make decisions that create true empowerment – for yourself and your connections. The space between stimulus and response is often extremely short. Show up as the best version of yourself.

How you respond to anything will either pull you down or raise you up.

forgive myself for believing in need to be in a victim place, regardless of what is happening around me.

I give myself permission to make decisions from a place of understanding and compassion – that empowers me.

choose my response. I choose my growth.

I am free to make empowering decisions that enable me to become a kinder and more loving version of me.

Know what this feels like, and expand your ability. Join me for Flip YOUR Switch, where you will claim and deepen your trust in yourself, and practice decision-making from who you really are.

Make decisions that are life-giving and create goodness.

It is your choice.

Namaste,

Suze

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Decisions, Decisions, Decisions

Decisions, Decisions, Decisions

It is crazy-making to think about how many decisions you are making each day.

Some of them are simple, and some of them put you into the spin-cycle.

Making any decision from a place of fear, doubt, worry, anger or frustration places you in the victim space.

Making any decision from a place of trust, understanding, compassion, love or peace places you in the empowerment space.

There is really only one question: On which side of the line will you make your decisions?

In Viktor Frankl’s book, Man’s Search for Meaning (1946) he speaks of his experiences of being imprisoned in concentration camps during WWII.

His words provide guidance for me:

“Everything can be taken from a man but one thing: the last of human freedoms – to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one’s own way. Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.”

I’m witnessing a LOT of decisions being made from the disempowering side of the line, individuals who feel they are being empowered by anger or frustration, however their decisions are eroding them and they feel the weight of the victim. I’m seeing bitterness, judgement and shaming. A lot of reaction instead of reasoned response.

Strengthening your ability to be solid in who you really are, from a place of compassion and understanding, allows you to make decisions that create true empowerment – for yourself and your connections. The space between stimulus and response is often extremely short. Show up as the best version of yourself.

How you respond to anything will either pull you down or raise you up.

forgive myself for believing in need to be in a victim place, regardless of what is happening around me.

I give myself permission to make decisions from a place of understanding and compassion – that empowers me.

choose my response. I choose my growth.

I am free to make empowering decisions that enable me to become a kinder and more loving version of me.

Know what this feels like, and expand your ability. Join me for Flip YOUR Switch, where you will claim and deepen your trust in yourself, and practice decision-making from who you really are.

Make decisions that are life-giving and create goodness.

It is your choice.

Namaste,

Suze

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Choices, Decisions and Getting Stuck

 

Sometimes I feel like I am “out of decides”. That place where it feels like I cannot make the simplest decisions – like “What shall I make for dinner” or “What will I wear today?”

It happens when I’m tired, hungry, thirsty – or just generally stressed.

When I try to force a decision from that place, it never turns out well.

When we are stressed, stretched, or out of sorts we forget who we really are and move into the place of fight, flight, fright. Survival is our MO.

There’s a whole lot of it going on right now.

Each and every one of us is being called on to make choices and decisions.

Who do I believe?

What should I do?

Where do I feel comfortable?

When will this all be over?

Why do I have to do that?

How do I do this?

And we get stuck, which can be a good thing if it stops us from making bad decisions and choices – but over time it leads to inertia, procrastination and it zaps our energy.

Solution?

I focus on how I want to BE. When I connect with who I really am the answers flow.

forgive myself for believing I need to be stuck in indecision.

I give myself permission to connect with who I really am.

choose to focus on being myself.

I am free to show up as my best self today when I interact with others.

It felt great yesterday when I was true to myself.

The way out of this stuck place is to focus on being myself.

I am grateful for this opportunity to show up as a better version of myself.

When I support myself kindly, generously and lovingly, I am more able to make good choices and decisions. The stuck dissolves. My life flows. Only then am I in a position to be more supportive of my friends and family, my clients and students. When I am authentically connected to myself from a place of kindness, love and generosity, I contribute my best to my family, friends, work, community and the planet.

Living authentically allows us all to make decisions and choices that support not only ourselves but also those around us.

We aren’t solo travelers on this planet. Our choices and decisions ripple out and affect others. I’m making my choices from a place of love, understanding and compassion. Let’s do this together. Join me for Flip YOUR Switch, and discover the fast track to connecting to who you Really Are – even in times of indecision.

Namaste,

Suze

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Do You Need a Reset? New Software? Or System Upgrade for Your Thinking?

Feeling done? Angry? Frustrated? Or just plain old exhausted?
Unproductive? Unmotivated? Challenged?
 
This is what I’m hearing – not only from my coaching clients, but from neighbours, friends and family members. It is the common thread in the conversation with the people I encounter in business, at the grocery store and on Facebook.
 
I noticed I feel done earlier in the day, and didn’t always have as much bandwidth to easily navigate the small day to day challenges, let alone the bigger ones.
 
Time for a reset.
 
I’m really good at hitting my own reset button and I’ve helped thousands to create and find their resets over the past 20+ years. Sometimes we all need a reset. A new perspective. A pause to reflect.
 
And sometimes we need a bigger change. We need to shift our stinking thinking to something more productive. We need to stop going over and over the old stories and write a new narrative for our lives – with a happier and more hopeful conclusion. It’s like we need to install some new software. Retrain our Brain.
 
And sometimes we feel like we need a major overhaul. Nothing seems to be in flow – it is like a perpetual game of “whack-a-mole” when one thing gets solved, 3 more jump up. But wait – don’t toss the hardware against the metaphorical wall. Do a system upgrade, along with the reset and the new software. Your whole way of doing things, of being in the world needs to be evaluated, checked out and upgraded.
I’m noticing a LOT of need for a system upgrade with individuals, families and organizations, in our communities and our societies at large. The usual resets and software installations aren’t enough.
 
Do you feel like you are in the spin cycle? On the treadmill that won’t stop? That you just can’t find your way clear?
 
Are you feeling aggravation about what “they” are saying or doing?
 
Upgrade your operating system.
 
Here’s the terrific news. Your hardware is just fine, but with all the external challenges and changes of the past 13 months, everyone needs support with their personal software – you know – your mind.
 
As I watched the little rainbow ball spin and twirl on my computer, I realized the time had come for a system upgrade. I was tired of things being sluggish on my laptop, the time it was taking for new windows to open, and the effort it took to navigate from one program to the next. I called my tech support. Yes, I could have probably figured it out over time on my own, or I could eliminate the frustration and shorten the amount of time by calling in an expert. I reached out to my Tech Support who walked me through the process, guided me in learning, and took over the parts I just don’t have or need the skillset for. After some minor bumps and thumps (which were eased knowing the expert would sort it out!), I am grateful I reached out for support! Everything is smooth. The spinning rainbow ball is no longer playing continuously on my screen, windows open and shut with ease, and I’m once again back on my feet and productive!
 
I realized my experience with my computer this week is a metaphor for what I’m witnessing in the mindsets and behaviours of people around me.
 
If you are stumbling along, reach out for a reset. Book an hour consultation. You will be amazed with the shift in your energy.
 
If you know you need to install a change in your thinking, register for Flip YOUR Switch. We’ll walk you through the changes (Live Online), or you can do it yourself (Virtual). One price gives you access to BOTH AND you’ll have the recordings to revisit whenever you need to install some new software for your thinking! As a thank you for being on my Musings list, use the code 800F4 for a 25% savings.
 
If you have had enough of the spin cycle and are ready for an individualized system upgrade, contact me. Together will devise a Coaching Package to guide you through the bumps and thumps – you’ll learn some tips and techniques, I’ll be there right beside you to support you through AND you’ll also receive a complimentary registration to Flip YOUR Switch.
 
Check out the video for some re-patterning statements. 
 
I called my Tech Support.
 
I’m here for you as your MindSet Support.
 
Let’s do this.
 
Namaste,
Suze

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Do You Need a Reset? New Software? Or System Upgrade for Your Thinking?

Feeling done? Angry? Frustrated? Or just plain old exhausted?
Unproductive? Unmotivated? Challenged?
 
This is what I’m hearing – not only from my coaching clients, but from neighbours, friends and family members. It is the common thread in the conversation with the people I encounter in business, at the grocery store and on Facebook.
 
I noticed I feel done earlier in the day, and didn’t always have as much bandwidth to easily navigate the small day to day challenges, let alone the bigger ones.
 
Time for a reset.
 
I’m really good at hitting my own reset button and I’ve helped thousands to create and find their resets over the past 20+ years. Sometimes we all need a reset. A new perspective. A pause to reflect.
 
And sometimes we need a bigger change. We need to shift our stinking thinking to something more productive. We need to stop going over and over the old stories and write a new narrative for our lives – with a happier and more hopeful conclusion. It’s like we need to install some new software. Retrain our Brain.
 
And sometimes we feel like we need a major overhaul. Nothing seems to be in flow – it is like a perpetual game of “whack-a-mole” when one thing gets solved, 3 more jump up. But wait – don’t toss the hardware against the metaphorical wall. Do a system upgrade, along with the reset and the new software. Your whole way of doing things, of being in the world needs to be evaluated, checked out and upgraded.
I’m noticing a LOT of need for a system upgrade with individuals, families and organizations, in our communities and our societies at large. The usual resets and software installations aren’t enough.
 
Do you feel like you are in the spin cycle? On the treadmill that won’t stop? That you just can’t find your way clear?
 
Are you feeling aggravation about what “they” are saying or doing?
 
Upgrade your operating system.
 
Here’s the terrific news. Your hardware is just fine, but with all the external challenges and changes of the past 13 months, everyone needs support with their personal software – you know – your mind.
 
As I watched the little rainbow ball spin and twirl on my computer, I realized the time had come for a system upgrade. I was tired of things being sluggish on my laptop, the time it was taking for new windows to open, and the effort it took to navigate from one program to the next. I called my tech support. Yes, I could have probably figured it out over time on my own, or I could eliminate the frustration and shorten the amount of time by calling in an expert. I reached out to my Tech Support who walked me through the process, guided me in learning, and took over the parts I just don’t have or need the skillset for. After some minor bumps and thumps (which were eased knowing the expert would sort it out!), I am grateful I reached out for support! Everything is smooth. The spinning rainbow ball is no longer playing continuously on my screen, windows open and shut with ease, and I’m once again back on my feet and productive!
 
I realized my experience with my computer this week is a metaphor for what I’m witnessing in the mindsets and behaviours of people around me.
 
If you are stumbling along, reach out for a reset. Book an hour consultation. You will be amazed with the shift in your energy.
 
If you know you need to install a change in your thinking, register for Flip YOUR Switch. We’ll walk you through the changes (Live Online), or you can do it yourself (Virtual). One price gives you access to BOTH AND you’ll have the recordings to revisit whenever you need to install some new software for your thinking! As a thank you for being on my Musings list, use the code 800F4 for a 25% savings.
 
If you have had enough of the spin cycle and are ready for an individualized system upgrade, contact me. Together will devise a Coaching Package to guide you through the bumps and thumps – you’ll learn some tips and techniques, I’ll be there right beside you to support you through AND you’ll also receive a complimentary registration to Flip YOUR Switch.
 
Check out the video for some re-patterning statements. 
 
I called my Tech Support.
 
I’m here for you as your MindSet Support.
 
Let’s do this.
 
Namaste,
Suze

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