A New Year thought that might sound counterintuitive…at first: I wonder, are we so focused on doing more and having more that we forget to BE more?
The New Year, New You rhetoric implies that to become better you have to BE more, DO more so you can HAVE more.
Wouldn’t it be great if in 2020 BEING you is about doing less?
I’m not saying stop getting up and going to work, or to the gym, or taking your partner out on date nights – what I am saying is whatever you do BE there fully in order to flow and BE at your best.
It’s a bit like this…
I attended a fascinating lecture by Brazilian Orthopaedic Surgeon Dr Flavio Gzybowski. Flavio, a hypnosis sceptic for years and who wised up, uses hypnosis as a tool to help patients increase recovery time from surgery.
How can a hypnotist increase the healing time of bones you might ask?
It’s simple – by encouraging patients to DITCH their stress associated with surgery such as financial implications, time off work, family commitments which puts pressure on their immune system, that in turn creates a barrier to the healing process. By releasing anxiety the patient is enabling their immune system to work efficiently.
This example is true in life generally perhaps.
By allowing ourselves to DITCH stress, an experience we often generate from thoughts about expectations or perceived pressures from others, we can think more clearly, sleep more easily and perform at our best more of the time. Therefore, all those hours ruminating, stressing, worrying (which doesn’t change anything) can be traded in for being more focused, in FLOW and more present in both our personal and professional lives, increasing our effectiveness and freeing ourselves to be at our best more of the time.
Who knows, perhaps that 10 hour day could become a 6 hour day in 2020…when you slow down for success.
Transformational Change Coaching using NLP and Hypnotherapy
Helping exhausted high achievers DITCH stress and power UP for success
How you can work with me – read more
Book a Discovery call today by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Meet me online or face to face