Working from home has its advantages, like the ability to set your own hours and a total lack of commute time. But it can be hard to work when your ‘home office’ is just a desk in your bedroom, and your roommates don’t understand that just because they’re home lounging in their sweatpants doesn’t mean that you can afford to do the same. So we’ve got tips to help you build a more productive home office – both the classics and the unexpected.
Taking one day to rest, recharge, refuel your soul with nature, meditation, contemplation, or anything that silences your mind, will ground you back in inspiration.
2013 was nothing less than epic and more than I could’ve ever imagined…adventure, breakthroughs, inspiration, & FUN with so many amazing people that I absolutely cherish….thank you ALL!
In 2014 I’m stepping into the unknown each day,
doing what it takes to show up as the best version of myself each day, & continuing to follow my Heart, further embracing my Purpose… as we Live Our Dreams…together!!!
Because you’re watching this video, listening to the sound of my voice, it means that you’re the kind of person that can begin to start going past your comfort zone, and into The Unknown daily…to experience the abundance and adventure you’ve always known is waiting for you.
Today David is excited to be interviewing Barnet Bain, David describes Barnet has being very creative, wonderful personality and being around him and his essence makes anyone feel great. Barnet Bain is a Producer and Author. He attended the University of Westminster in the UK where he wrote his first screenplay, The Princess & the Pea, starring cast members of the classic British “Carry On” comedies. He has produced Television commercials and film scripts. He wrote the screenplay for Jesus (Aka The Jesus Film), which continues to set records world wide as the most watched movie ever.
Have you ever seen somebody on Facebook post or something like this:
Ever have an unfavorable situation come up even though you performed your best?
Did you do what I’ve done in the past; did you hold onto it in your mind longer than you deserved too?
Do you see how it saps your energy, enthusiasm, & focus? Isn’t it comforting to know that “This too shall pass?”
As long as you’re showing up 100% and doing you best, there are some things that we just have no control over. Take comfort in knowing you’re being your best, and if that’s not the case, simply make the well deserved course correction.
Shoulda, woulda, coulda, will only keep your mind wandering out of the present moment, and dis-empower you. So we’ll just let that old way of thinking completely vanish, right now! Don’t you feel better? : )
All We Can Do Is Our Best & Cultivate Compassion Daily,