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Resolve what unresolved!

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How many times have you sat down to do a task only to be distracted by thoughts of an unresolved event? Perhaps you didn’t follow up with an issue assigned to you…or you missed an important opportunity…or you didn’t follow up on a lead
that could have brought greater success.

Unresolved events, relationships, and attitudes can damage you productivity in a big scale. We hold onto them; we adapt to them; and we ignore the need to take care of them. Unresolved issues clutter our minds distorting truth and impairing

  • Mentally, unresolved issues add confusion, reduce clarity and flow.
  • Emotionally, unresolved issues elevate frustration, worry, and anxiety.
  • Physiologically, unresolved issues upset hormonal and nervous system balance.

In a nutshell: Unresolved issues drain our energy and our ability to perform optimally.

The reason these negative thoughts linger for so long is because they have never been properly addressed. Once you take action on them, your mind can let it go and you can delete mental baggage.

So, take Action : You Need to Resolve the Unresolved.

Ask, what is an unresolved issue in my life? Choose a simple issue and take steps to resolve it this week – move it out of your system and don’t hang on to it any longer.

Bonus tip 1 : Past is past
It could be any number of things, but that nagging ‘woulda, coulda, shoulda’ in the back of your mind does nothing to help you or your business now. Those events are in the past and should be left in the past. While it is important to learn from our mistakes, BUT we shouldn’t dwell on them…

Bonus tip 2 : Mantra – Do it, Deligate it or Delete it.
The best way to handle a task that must done by you is address it in a right away and check it off from your to do list. We can simply turn it in to a game and feel rewarded when I’m able to crossing some thing off of my to do list. There’s a feeling
of accomplishment that gives me a lot of energy. So we must align our purpouse with our core values


Written by Namal Fernando

July 31, 2013 at 12:54 am

Posted in Motivation

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