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Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Let Go of Worries and Live Fully

"Live boldly. Take off those shackles and live life on your own terms."

~Varla Ventura

Have you ever noticed how much we keep ourselves prisoner to our worries and anxieties--all those "what ifs" that we conjure up? Have you noticed that when we focus on what "might" happen, we too seldom focus on the big success we might have? When you allow yourself to be imprisoned by your worries, you absolutely keep yourself from having success. You aren't living fully, and you aren't being yourself.
This week: Focus on what might happen if you took off the shackles of your anxiety, and began to live boldly. Imagine what could happen if you knew you could not fail. Embrace the possibility of living on your own terms. What would be different? Focus on the feeling you get when you are imagining that outcome. Breathe deeply several times. What would be the first thingyou would need to do to begin creating that outcome? Do it!

Linda Pucci, Ph.D. is a psychologist, life coach, certified trainer and expert in helping people overcome their limitations. She specializes in helping people let go of "emotional clutter"--those negative emotions and limiting beliefs from the past. For more information about her solution focused methods go to http://www.innerresourcecenter.com/ .


2 comments:

jessica said...

i’m an associate of mary anne radmacher, the author of a larger piece of writing called “live boldly” and thought you might like to check it out further. i know mary anne is so happy when people find inspiration from her words in the context of their daily lives. for this piece and more work from mary anne’s hand visit her website maryanneradmacher.com. mary anne has written several books and shares her work in many forms including conferences and classes. If you’d like more information feel free to e-mail me at jessicaformaryanneradmacher@gmail.com. thanks!

Linda Pucci, PhD said...

Thanks, Jessica. I'm actually familiar with Maryann's inspiration--I have a couple of her quotes framed in my office! I bought them as cards and had them framed. "change of any sort requires courage." and "courage doesn't always roar. sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying "i will try again tomrorrow." Clients who visit my office really like them. Be sure to tell her I'm a fan!