I find when I begin writing or typing on a blank page the words come naturally and by the time I finish there are more than just a few profound or enlightening statements -- just as the one above concerning judgment.
Also yesterday I had the pleasure of talking with my business partner who made a comment of why she enjoyed talking and working with me: I am not judgmental. The realization sets in, however, that that is not always true, especially making judgments as to who reads my columns at what time of day. Many readers are in Europe, New Zealand, and Australia. If my column is written just before my bedtime, those particular readers can read it during their day.
What judgments have you made that, if examined more closely, could be seen as a detriment and holds you back?
“Doubt yourself and you doubt everything you see. Judge yourself and you see judges everywhere. But if you listen to the sound of your own voice, you can rise above doubt and judgment. And you can see forever.” ~Nancy Lopez
Peggy Lee Hanson, personal transition guide and mentor, is expert at compassionately helping those suffering loss of any proportion, especially through unemployment. Using proven strategies and support, she teaches how to move quickly and easily through current or impending life-changing moments so that you can have the life you are meant -- and deserve -- to live.
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