Monday, September 8th, 2014 Focus: I let go of what I think should be happening, in order to immerse myself in what is happening.

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When we focus on What’s Important Now, we become the best we can be during our own most challenging moments. Whether we are dealing with a rebellious child, persisting with an annoying repair job around the house, or leading an important business meeting, we are deciding that this activity is the most important thing we could be doing in our lives in this moment. We are not experiencing an urge to be somewhere else, to do something else, or to think about something else.

To achieve this wonderful state of mind, you must know who you are. You must trust yourself that you will do what is right for you, without having overly pre-planned your actions, and without the memory of past wounds holding you back.

Mark Twain once said, “I have worried about a great many things in my life. And a few of them actually happened.” To experience the joy, the self-confidence, and the excellence that comes with living in the present, you must find a way to let go of what you think should be happening, in order to immerse yourself in what is happening.

Excerpted from the article:
What’s Important Now? Living in the Present
by John Kuypers.

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What’s Important Now: Shedding the Past so you can Live in the Present
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What’s Important Now by John Kuypers.What’s Important Now (W.I.N.) is a book that teaches readers how to be real by focusing on their present moment thoughts, feelings and actions. It is for readers who want to stop faking it and start making it! Offering six strategies called ‘doorways’, What’s Important Now is practical, frank, intimate and inspiring.

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