It makes so much sense. And sounds with my 100 apprenticeships of 2017 that the success of investing in everything is long term and that you have to show yourself every day, whether you want to be (#1). I think this deal is the most precious thing in my life. I also often say that my coaching client has this agreement. As long as we do our best, that`s all we can do. Mandatory agreement with yourself not only creates a sense of intense urgency to spend your precious time with much-loved tasks, but also brings levels of motivation at a very different level. Here`s an example of a binding agreement with myself: after all, don`t be so yourself. They`re going to slip. There will be times when you are lazy and when discipline will be lacking to follow the points of this contract. Don`t abhor yourself if you do. Don`t forget to be gentle with yourself.
Give yourself permission to be gentle, not to know all the answers, to be vulnerable and, above all, to be human… Get into the habit of taking a daily break to do something that fuels a passion or builds on your personal development. Write, scribble, do something with your hands, dance…… It`s easy to go after the minutiae of everyday life. Plan this time in your calendar, if necessary. If you woke up half an hour earlier and slept half an hour later each day to feed a secondary project, you would have spent more than two whole more weeks doing something spiritual at the end of the year. I made this agreement a long time ago, and I believe in all my lives to see the beauty that surrounds me, to celebrate this beauty and to complete it, where and when I can. “Speak with integrity. Tell me what you mean.
Avoid using the word to speak against yourself or to scold others. Use your strength of speech towards truth and love. ” – Miguel Ruiz is still working on my physiotherapy to get me back on track (long story – before, I walked 5 to 10 miles a week and I can only walk x2 15 minutes a week). The race is something I can`t wait to see. So I have to make a plan to sort it out. Our brain wants us to be consistent, so that our actions often correspond to our thoughts. This means that the signing of the contract changes our view of an agreement. It is no longer just a document with certain rules, it is now something that you have physically agreed to. So your mind will now do its best to stick to the contract you have made, even one that is only with yourself. Don`t get me wrong, it doesn`t just happen in companies. That`s what`s happening in government, headteachers, professional sports teams and the whole job market that you can imagine.
A very small percentage of people approach each new day with an all-or-nothing way of thinking. I see him all the time. I go into a company and I see employees relaxing, chatting with their colleagues and surfing the Internet without fear in the world. There is no urgency. They have their salaries. You have health insurance. There is a sense of security for them that creates an atmosphere of complacency. Over the past decade, I have arrived at different crossroads, and at each of them I have had to decide which agreements I should submit with myself, with the universe, with the many different people I meet.
Committing to a goal can mean giving up something else. You may not go out as often with your friends or spend as much time with your family as you like.