After 5 straight days of teaching and coaching – I am finally
coming back to earth. I say this because whenever I give a seminar,
it is not only a transformational experience for those who attend, but
for myself as well.
When it was all over – I had given all I had. I slept no more than 3-4
hours each night for the entire five days – that’s how excited I was to
be doing what I was doing.
During the event one man came up to me and said, “I get the feeling
that you really LOVE what you’re doing.”
I smiled and told him the answer was “YES.”
I absolutely love getting before a group of people to visit with them
about success living.
At the same time, in order to keep everything in balance, I have
limits on how much I will do and how often. Even when you’re doing
what you love, if you don’t take time to rejuvenate, you will soon begin
hating what you love.
THIS is important.
On Sunday evening, at around 8 PM – I called it quits for the five days.
I showered, changed into casual gear, sat in the restaurant/bar and
visited with members of my MasterMind.
Naturally, some came to me with flashes of inspiration and ideas. When
they did so I paused, wiped my forehead and face, then faced them. Message
received. Matt needs time alone. Give him some space. I appreciated their
understanding very much.
It’s a tough thing to do. You give and give and give. But you must know when
to stop and allow Mother Nature time to recharge and rejuvenate you.
This is something I didn’t do earlier in my life. As a personal trainer back in
California, all I did was train, train, train. This approach never resulted in me
Yes, it’s important to focus on your work and to work hard. But it is equally
important to rest.
Keep this in mind – especially when you’re doing what you LOVE.
P.S. Enrollment in the Psycho-Cybernetics Success Group is going gang busters.
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