“Slow down and enjoy life. It's not only the scenery you miss by going to fast - you also miss the sense of where you are going and why.”
 Eddie Cantor
Dear <<First Name>>;

Does it seem to you like the world keeps getting faster? It does to me! Change comes ever so much more quickly these days. I remember when computers and cell phones weren’t even around, now you can hardly buy one without feeling like it’s out of date within a few months. Technology aside, change in our lives seems to come quickly too, many of us are likely to have changed jobs or places to live (if not both) at least once in the past year. We are more pressured to keep up with what’s going on around us in the world and at our jobs, and it becomes an ever more difficult task.
 
What tends to not change so quickly (sometimes unfortunately) are our habitual reaction patterns to what’s going on around us. If we grew up during a time when change was not happening quite so fast, we probably learned how to think and be in a much slower paced environment. Now, we are likely to need new ways of thinking and being to be successful in the present day world.
 
One of the symptoms of being out of balance is feeling overwhelmed. Too much is coming at us, too many expectations placed on us, and we feel like we have too much we want to get done. This is the situation my new program, The Business Woman’s Balance Blueprint, is designed to alleviate. Stay tuned for an upcoming webinar in which you will learn all about it!
 
In the meantime, try slowing down a bit, using tips from the article below. Let me know what you do to bring a little down time into your life! 
       

Are you ready to
  • Empower yourself to reach your goals?
  • Become fully self-expressed?
  • Face what is standing in your way of making the changes you want?
  • Take your life, your learning, and your results to the next level?
 
Then you’re ready for the Transformative Journey Blueprint!
 
In this 6-month group coaching program, you will
  • Identify your “call to adventure” and what is getting in your way
  • Improve your relationship to yourself
  • Learn how to make the changes in your life that you want to make
  • Break through resistance and find the support you need
  • Integrate aspects of yourself for healing and wholeness
 
Become the person you need to be to achieve what you want, and learn how to continue that process indefinitely so that your success and personal growth are limitless!
 
Set up your Clarity Consultation by visiting my Tungle page or just email me! 

 


Get Slow

Who doesn’t feel as if there aren’t enough hours in the day? We rush through the day, running here and there, and end up exhausted. Somehow these days full of duties, obligations and busyness have begun to build up and become our lives. We spend our time doing things we don’t really want to do, yet feel we should. We’ve come to believe that being productive and crossing things off our to-do list is the ultimate goal.
 
The truth is, life on Earth is a brief gift, and our time is too precious to be used like this. If we want our lives to be balanced and healthy, we need to lessen our load and increase our down time. This means planning less in a day, prioritizing those things that make our hearts sing and de-prioritizing those things that are not imperative.
 
If we must accomplish many things each day, we can still change the quality with which we do things. How can we transmute that sprint to the train into something delicious instead of the usual gripping and tightening experience? Where can we find ease in the midst of stress? How can we cultivate the art of going slowly?
 
Take a few moments before you climb out of bed in the morning to remember your dreams and to think about what you want from the day. Leave your watch on the bedside table. Take the scenic route. Sit for a moment with your eyes closed when you start your computer. Check email only twice a day. Don’t pack your schedule so tightly that there’s no time for a short walk. Light candles before you start to cook dinner. Add one moment here and there for slowness; it can be done simply and will have a profound effect on your well-being.
 
Adapted from an article by Marco Visscher & Jay Walljasper, Ode Magazine, Issue #15, www.odemagazine.com


Julie Stiles is a health and transformation coach who works with women seeking to live balanced and integrated lives so they can reach their highest potential. She holds an MA in Consciousness Studies from John F. Kennedy University, and brings together in her coaching her interests in transformation and healing. Julie offers private and group coaching, workshops, and teleseminars, and works with people in person and worldwide via phone and the internet.









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