How to Stay Focused on What Matters

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As things are opening up, you can feel the pressure to have to get to it and get it all done. Though we are still living within constraints and lots of political conflict with the COVID issue (and everything resulting from it), It can be difficult knowing what to focus on in your life and what next steps to take.
 This is where the heart comes in.
Your heart is the centre part of your true self. It knows who you are, what you want, what you don’t want and what will stress you out.

Often it gets swayed by things like comparing yourself to others, responding to fear and anxiety just to quell the fires, and feeling emotionally overwhelmed.

When you make your heart your friend, it is your guiding light during difficult times.
Your heart wants to feel at peace, connected, happy, loved and heard. When you don’t prioritize those aspects in your decision-making, it leads to stress, burnout, resentment, and depression/anxiety.

If you were to look at those basic wants of the heart, again (to feel at peace, connected, happy, loved and heard), and your heart, what area does it feel lacking in right now, you’ll be surprised by quickly it responds to you. You just know. Then ask yourself “what is one thing I can do to feel more _____________ in my work, home, relationships or other area).

When you stay focused on getting that need met, you really start seeing magic happen in your life. You start prioritizing that need and you take control of your own inner power.

If you are facing a plate load of decisions right now, I encourage you to pick one decision you need to make and ask your heart, “what do you need me to do about this so you feel more at peace, connected, happy, loved or heard?”

And let me know how it goes — does this help? Just send me a quick email to:

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