Conny Jasper

Archive for February 2016

Organizing your life rests on a balance of both internal and external factors. To achieve organization, you have to be ordered inside as well as outside.

Your psychology effects your environment, and your environment affects your psychology. In your efforts to bring order to your surroundings, you must also bring order to your mind.

In this way, you will truly be organized.

 

When making a decision, it is always best to make a wise decision. Such choices stem from listening to your higher self, not the more base part of yourself.

The base part of yourself says, “I need. I want. I cannot wait.” Your higher self says, ‘I think. I meditate. I wait.”

Wisdom is not only achieved by experience and maturity. It is also realized through patience and understanding.

Life is a continuous flow of energy, and it moves ahead, whether you participate with it or not. Either you are going to align yourself with the pulse of life, or you are going to hang on like a dying person hooked on a machine.

Activity is necessary to a sense of fulfillment and wholeness. To be active, and to keep moving forward, is to fully be alive.

When you gain ground, continue to build on it. When you meet with challenges and frustrations, work around it. The journey is marked by wear and tear, the plying and molding.

This is what people mean when they say, “Don’t let life pass you by.”

Modern life is filled with a tension of opposites. We frequently find ourselves in circumstances that are polarized.

This often occurs with what we are being told by others in comparison with what we think or feel inside of ourselves. This tension of external influences versus our internal senses can be a source of frustration and confusion.

If you want to have a sense of personal balance, then it is necessary to find a way from the frustration and confusion. Listen to your inner awareness, your guiding intuition.

 

The art and practice of life is based on basic principles. Everything that happens starts with a simple step.

Waking up in the morning is an ordinary occurrence. It is the first step of your day. From that point, you move through more complex actions.

All activity is founded in practical practice. By retaining and integrating the basic steps, we are able to complete the more intricate and challenging pursuits of life.

This is what keeps us grounded, balanced, centered.

Starting something is a major part of goal setting and accomplishment. However, finishing something has equal importance. Knowing how to finish something, and when to finish it, is what gets us to our final victory.

It is essential not to become so attached to something that you do not know how and when to let go of it. Do not let anything hold you back. Do not leave things unfinished.

Go ahead and complete that project and get it done! Endings do not have to be sad or anti-climactic. Celebrate and move on to the next thing.

In the world of business, there is this talk of building your personal and professional brand. Your brand is not your product or service; it is your image.

So what does it mean to build your image? It means creating, developing, and implementing a presentation that gets your point across and attracts your targeted audience.

Brand development is not just for companies or organizations anymore. We live in a world where you as an individual have to polish your appearance and make yourself shine so that you can make your mark in your life and in your career.