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Put Your True Purpose On Your To-Do list!

Purpose on Your ToDo List

Ever had one of those awesome moments when you know why the heck you're on this planet and what you want to do with the time left to you? Your heart swells with passion and you have no end of energy to do that thing your most authentic self came here to do. Yeah! Like that! It's a rush, isn't it? It's like you're walking on air, like the burdens of the world are just GONE and you are in true alignment with the Universe. You look up at the heavens and scream, "Yeah, God! I OWN this. More of this!"

This was me over the holidays.

Then Jan 3 arrived.

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Laurie Erdman's picture

Accomplishing More By Doing Less (Part II – A Weekly Plan)

Do Less

Have you been working on shifting your paradigm? Have you found your True North?  If so, congratulations. Not there yet? Still looking for your heart’s desire? That’s okay sweetie. As I said in Part I, shifting your paradigm is a journey that can't be rushed.

Where ever you are in your journey, you can begin to manage your vision by doing less. Here are some tips I've learned along the way.

First Step - Stop Planning!
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Laurie Erdman's picture

Accomplishing More by Doing Less (Part I – Find Your True North)

Find True North

Like the average Owning Pink reader, I have a lot of things going on. This year I’ve made hundreds of pots, been working a day job, practicing daily yoga, writing for Owning Pink, writing for my own blogs, cookings lots of healthy meals, serving on a non-profit board, returning to school . . . Oh heck, you get the idea – it’s a long list of commitments. At least once a week someone asks me, “How do you do it all?"  My answer is always the same – I do less.

Whhaaat? I know it sounds ironic, but one of the tools in my radical self-care toolbox is “doing less.” But how is that possible when I am doing more than I ever did? Even I was confused by this paradox.

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