Now is the time for me to simplify things for you and me! I encourage you to consider that which could use simplifying in your life. More Ease Every Day. I invite you to read how ease came to be for me... read on!
"Our life is frittered away by detail. Simplify! Simplify!"
Henry David Thoreau
I clearly remember a class in 1972 led by Father Justin Belitz. We were asked to write our thoughts on this topic: "My Greatest Asset". I wrote the following: "I simplify the complicated once I understand it." Yes, you can smile! You might even have laughed, but it was what I knew I was good at doing!
Today, when that memory came back to me I was feeling overwhelmed (by my communications with you). I knew that I needed to make it simpler for me... and for you. Have you ever felt overwhelmed?!? So, I decided to become, once again, a positive change-maker by simplifying.
It may take an extra effort to initially simplify, but it is well worth the thought and time it takes. Steve Jobs said, "Simple can be harder than complex: You have to work hard to get your thinking clean to make it simple. But it's worth it in the end because once you get there, you can move mountains." I'd like to think I can move mountains! Why Not?
This is how I am overcoming and simplifying for now:
I will continue my blogs with inspirational thoughts and ideas like this one.
I intend to publish twice a month.
At the end of each blog I will include information related to my current coaching, webinars and online classes.
What does that mean for you? Less email in your inbox! More information in one place! You can always see what's happening on my website www.BarbaraHribar.com or Facebook through my business page Youthful Living, Inc.
That all feels like a refreshing change that simplifies things. As I strive for excellence, I recall the words by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, "In character, in manner, in style, in all things, the supreme excellence is simplicity."
I love hearing from you! Simply *Click Here* with your thoughts and/or questions on this topic! I look forward to continuing to serve you in a meaningful, simple, and excellent way!
Thanks to Karen Diehl, Editor!