Oct 03, Lawrence Thomas rated it it was amazing. I had been receiving Steve's daily inspirational emails for years before he turned these regular lift-me-ups into something we could keep with us when we needed a story to turn those bad days around. These shorts are well, short, enduring, full of emotion, and truly make you think of your own journey.
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The wisdom found in these daily thoughts makes Steve Goodier one of my favorite motivators. He truly is a hidden gem whose words should have the freedom to fly further. It's been a long time since I had been receiving Steve's daily inspirational emails for years before he turned these regular lift-me-ups into something we could keep with us when we needed a story to turn those bad days around. It's been a long time since those early doses of joy in the morning.
I am so glad that he still continues to change our lives, sixty seconds at a time. Jun 03, Julie Brooks rated it it was amazing. What can I say? Steve is my brother-in-law and I think his words are amazing! Sure to pick you up and encourage you, no matter what your mood. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. About Steve Goodier. Steve Goodier. Locations where this product is available This item is not currently in stock in Dymocks stores - contact your local store to order.
Please note: not all stock is available in all stores. Cheryl is facing tough times during a fourteen-month ordeal with two diseases that could change her life forever. She relies on strength that God gives her to overcome the situations. Doctors have misdiagnosed her symptoms for twenty-nine years. She doesn't give up, even though she is in so much pain.
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So take two minutes of the end of your workday. Appreciate what you did and what you thought. Do so by sitting down for 2 minutes.
It Only Takes A Minute To Change Your Life by Willie Jolley
This will be great to try! I love hugs and they do make me feel better, so spend 2 minutes of your day on hugging. This is great for me.
I like the idea of breaking things down into smaller pieces. One bite at a time. Just start working for 2 minutes on your most important task.
I use this one at least one day every week. So on such days I just start to work for 2 minutes on my most important task. That is the deal.
One Moment Can Change Your Life
The thing is: getting started is pretty much always the hardest part. Review and appreciate your day at the end of it.
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That is what I will do when I am done with this article and workday. Set a low bar for happiness for the day.
Breathe when stressed. Sit down. Breathe through your nose and do it rather deeply with your belly. Focus on just for your breathing for those 2 minutes. Nothing else. Open up your senses to what is here now. Place yourself and your attention on where you really are.
So here we go — stop these:
Here and now. See what is right in front of you. Listen to the birds and cars outside. Feel the autumn sun shining in through the window onto your clothes and skin. Sense the small draft from one of the windows.