"Forget mission statements - they're worthless; instead create a powerful mantra for yourself."
Traditionally, a mantra is a sound, word or phrase like "Peace," "I am open to receive" or "Om" that you repeat during meditation or during quiet contemplation. It helps center you and clear out the brain clutter so you can connect with that still, small, wise voice and access your inner wisdom.
Throughout the day, I use mantras like mini-affirmations to remind me of what I know to be true. When everything seems to be going my way--like when I connect with just the right people at just the right time--I say to myself and sometimes to others, "I live a charmed life."
If I wake in the morning with a little anxiety caused by too many demands on my time, I remind myself that "All is well." Before I pick up the phone or begin a meeting, I say, "I expect the best." On my way to give a presentation, I repeat, "I love to speak."
A friend shared with me that when she is in doubt or fear competing for new business or on the tennis court, her mantra is, "Why not me?"
Do you have a mantra that helps you work and live at your best? Share your comments on my Facebook Page or reply back to me. I love hearing from you!
To Your Wisdom,
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