This is it! The last #ClarityGem of 2014. We decided to end this year by giving you the “golden secret” of change …
THIS WEEK, WE WANT YOU TO KNOW:
APPLY IT TO YOUR OWN LIFE:
We tend to worry incessantly about whether we’re “on the right track” in life or if we’ve made “enough” change over the course of a year.
And while it’s good to be living a life that’s not in stagnation, it’s really not necessary to fret over every little decision or control every issue in our lives. Because honestly, time has a way of flowing and changing things without really needing our micromanagement.
The “golden secret” of change is that it happens both gradually and with bursts of magic. The magic is easy to pay attention to: It’s the serendipitous encounters, the sudden windfalls, and the overnight success.
But truly, most change happens so gradually you don’t even notice it’s happening until it’s already done. Look back on this last year and realize just how much happened without you even noticing or needing to control anything. That’s magical, too, isn’t it?
Change is gradual AND magical, and both kinds are working for you. #ClarityGems
What changes do you see when you look back on this last year that you may have overlooked before?
WHAT #CLARITYGEMS ARE ALL ABOUT:
Sometimes it’s just better to avoid long blog posts and cut straight to the point!
Think of #ClarityGems as your weekly shake of the good ‘ole Magic 8 Ball … you never know what might bubble up and how it might be exactly what you need to hear today.
And instead of just a beautiful, inspirational, and shareable image (which is a nice start), we’re giving you some quick thoughts about how to apply it to your life … because inspiration without action is pretty, but kind of anti-climatic.
Tweet it, share it on Instagram, or forward it along to someone who needs to hear it today … and tag us (@ClarityonFire) to let us know how this Gem applies to you.
Kristen + Rachel
I’m going to miss your clarity gems but I’m happy to have gotten them while it lasted! 🙂 You guys give such great coaching advice.