I’ve gotten off track again. Focused too much on the contrast in front of me, the old news. The what I don’t like, the mean girls and flack from being me. Too much work, not enough enjoying.
So what’s the flip side look like? Let’s see…
I enjoy working with people that are open, accepting, honest, and have integrity.
I enjoy working with people that care about those they are serving and why they do what they do.
I enjoy knowing that I’m not only capable but I have new and different perspectives that can help in a variety of ways.
I enjoy knowing that I’m efficient and able to really stretch a budget to it’s maximum benefit.
I enjoy knowing that I have mastered overcoming dyslexia so well that people don’t believe I ever struggled with it.
I enjoy knowing that I’m equally mastering my unique health needs and complex health puzzle.
I enjoy knowing that I fully understand how to ask the right questions to master any task given to me, even without full training or prior knowledge of the processes.
I enjoy working in a time flexible environment, where as long as my work is completed in a timely manner I know I will be fully compensated.
I like the idea of a salaried position with genuinely good health insurance that covers the services I choose.
I really, really enjoy making things beautiful.
I enjoy knowing I’m intelligent and talented and people see and appreciate that.
I enjoy bringing light and joy to people’s days/lives.
I enjoy knowing I’m supporting my family and working toward financial freedom for the first time in my adult life.
I’m looking forward to spring.
I’m looking forward to more money flowing into my experience than needing to flow out, to having significant savings and being able to fund fun adventures.
I’m looking forward to having that greater flow while still working significantly less hours. I’m looking forward to having enough, that money seems to flow itself.
I’m grateful that I mastered this current role because it has helped me to see that caring in general goes miles toward helping others. Sometimes people just want to know they are valued, and that starts within myself. I am valued and I care about myself enough that I show it to others simply out of respect for both of us.
I look forward to being able to spend a little more time with my family each week.
I enjoy knowing I have learned more things to help on my path to building Atira. I still have things to learn, but I’m confidently one step closer.
I enjoy knowing that recent contrast has helped solidify helpful beliefs, deconstruct not so helpful ones, and given me yet another opportunity to practice focusing.
I’m solidly learning to manage my inner universe which is slowly manifesting in my outer world, and in this case slowly is a good thing.
I like feeling satisfied and I feel that more and more these days. That is a really, really good thing.