It’s not about the biscuits?
Jack found the fig roles.Then Jack found the fig roles. Sally had hidden them in a bowl just behind the table mats. Jack ripped the pack apart. Devouring not one or two but the whole packet. A whole packet of fig roles washed down with a glass of milk. Closing the fridge door Jack began to think about how he could replace the fig roles before Sally realised they had gone.
Sliding silently back to bed.Jack slowly slid back into bed. Then it started. Jack began to feel guilty about what he had just done. Once again he had made this early morning trip. What on earth was going on?
It was not about the biscuits.Jacks early morning visits to enjoy the biscuits had become a habit. A habit that was not supporting him. A habit that was adding to Jacks feeling of a lack of self worth. His anxiety about the work he was doing. Being accepted by his work colleagues. A lack of confidence in his own ability and skills. Jack knew he could not go on like this. He was waking up feeling tired and sluggish. His weight was increasing.
Jack decided to seek help.Jack began working with a coach and hypnotherapist. He broke the habit of the early morning vigil. He regained his confidence. Self worth and felt less anxious. Jack began to feel good about himself.
It was not about the biscuits!Be Happy- Be Inspired Steve
What are you tuned into?
How do you see yourself?Do you love yourself?Do you think loving yourself is a selfish thing to do?What do you feel like when you see yourself in the mirror?The answers you give to these questions will give you a picture of your self-worth.If you are tuned into negative thinking, this is what you will attract …
The confusion about abundance.
Many confuse abundance with the things they acquire, money, cars, houses, and stuff.
This is not the case.
Abundance is a way of being. A way of seeing the world.
Are you living in the moment?
Are you always thinking about what has to be done? Always chasing your tail?
What about living your life in the moment.
The moment is all that we have and life can change in an instant as it did for Terry Tucker.
Terry joined me on the Glass Half Full Podcast to share his story.