Happy Spring! I hope it feels like spring where you are (it’s still a little cold here). As many of you know, we’ve built the dream home and have moved in. We’ll be unpacking boxes for what seems like forever, but we’re getting more and more settled in every day. Now that we’ve moved, I’ve put my first beach house up for sale. There have been a lot of people who have come through to look at it. Some have loved it and some have not, which has reminded me to practice this week’s happiness habit. Keep reading…
This week’s happiness habit is don’t take anything personally. As far as the house is concerned, I’ve been reminding myself to remain neutral.
Someone’s like or dislike of it isn’t personal. In fact, it has nothing to do with me at all. This applies to more than just me selling the house though. The concept of not taking anything personally applies to all areas of our lives. Someone cut you off in traffic? Maybe they’ve just found out that a loved one is in the hospital—it’s not about you. Someone rude to you? Maybe they’re having a horribly rotten day—that’s not about you, either. You get the point. For the most part, everyone is so busy paying attention to what’s going on in their world that they don’t have time to consider what’s going on in yours. And that’s ok because it’s not personal.
Don’t let your life be influenced by the whims of others. Instead, make a choice to be a deliberate creator. Find out how with my New Deliberate Creators Program. Your thoughts determine exactly what you experience in life, so why not live big? Click Here to Learn More.