One of the hardest things to do…

One of the hardest things to do is rest.

Bob Proctor used to say “the most difficult thing for people to do is to discipline themselves to rest”.

This was something I was never really good at. I couldn’t event take 5 min out for myself and would justify how “busy” I was. It used to be really uncomfortable to put myself first.

Are you able to give yourself space to just down tools and take some time out for you and fill your tank in whichever way fills you up? Most of you may be aware of the phrase “I just have to do this and then ……”. Today I suggest looking at your calendar and putting in some time this week for you to “rest and recharge”. Look at what you could put in the calendar in the next 3 months as well.

I’m heading away for a couple of weeks with the family for the school holidays to do just that and I will discipline myself to rest!!!! Have a wonderful start to your week.

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