Another dawn, another day.
As I’m gazing out the window, noticing the raindrops that are falling, I am being reminded that in spite of living where I don’t want to live and the way I want to live, I am after all very lucky.
Yeah, it’s going to be one of those emails where I natter on about gratitude and all of that stuff.
But this is important.
Simply because there is too much negativity in our world today. Especially amongst younger kids who grew up watching YouTube and Disney and don’t know that there was a life before the Internet. Isn’t that crazy? The future generations are those who grow up being only a tap away on a touch screen from instant entertainment, but also education, information, knowledge and interaction with people around the world.
In short, these people have whatever they want.
And that has worked against them. Because they are beginning to compare themselves to other successful people on social media and in any of the tv shows that they are watching.
Then they become depressed.
And too scared to simply accept life’s little joys; the first ice cream on a sunny day in May, seeing the first snowflakes fall in December or patting their family dog.
All those tiny things that really make you happy.
And, during this viral situation, now that lockdowns and social distancing may or may not end pretty soon, some of these people are actually SKEPTICAL about ‘reopenning’ our society.
Yeah, you heard me right.
Some of them actually prefer to mask up, socially distance and stay away because of…
…I don’t know exactly. Their own fear.
Anyway, long rambling short, if you want to learn how to overcome your inner fear and become successful, sign up for my email list to book your consult: