Jun 20, 2016 | Mindfulness

 

The other day I tried to open my closet door but the door of my nightstand was open, prohibiting the closet door from opening. I soon realized no amount of force would work. It was as only when I closed the night stand door that the closet door could easily slide open.

Many times in life we need to tweak one area of our life in order to move ahead.

Sometimes it is something small such as starting a journal or drinking more water. And sometimes it is something a little more involved. Maybe it is time to forgive that hurt that has held you back or perhaps you need to take that first step toward starting your education.

Whatever “tweak” you need to make, make it today in this moment.

Once you do a whole new world is going to open up to you.

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Jenny is a dynamic speaker, coach, and blogger and is passionate about helping people integrate their personal and professional selves.

Jenny helps organizations empower their employees by implementing tools that help manage stress, achieve self-awareness, and challenge mental barriers that may hinder behavior change.  Learn more about Jenny

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