Would you like something different?

It seems so obvious.

Einstein is credited with saying that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing and expecting a different result.

But how often do we do JUST that?

We’re frustrated. We are tired of spinning our wheels. Our relationships are at a 5 on a scale of 0 to 10. Our career is unfulfilling or stagnant.

But we’re comfortable…our bills are paid, the kids have clothes, we did just get a raise (even if it was pretty laughable).

We get up every morning and go through the same routine, drive the same commute, sit at the same desk, talk to the same people, eat the same lunch, drive the same way back home, go through the same dinner and evening routine and go to bed.

In the backs of our minds, we wonder why things don’t change. Why we can’t get ahead. Why we keep having the same fight with the kids.

How do you break that mold?

You do something different. It can be as small as driving a different route to work. Or talking to someone new. Then after a few days, magic can begin to happen as the “change vibe” travels out to the corners of time and space. That vibe that says, “Hey! This person’s OK with change. Let’s give them something different!”

Want to exponentialize that change? Get coaching!

A coach, like me, helps people see those areas where they can do different and helps them make the moves so they can HAVE something different.

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Before I came…

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Before I came to Earth, our father told me about you. When I was unsure how I might ever find you, he assured me that I would know you. That I would know your love. That I would know your kindness and adoration and I would recognize it instantly.

When I came to Earth, I looked for you in every face I met. I searched and searched and soon enough, I found you. Our father was right…I could feel your love so deeply and I knew from the moment our eyes met that you adored me. We had many great years together, you and I. We spent time in the sun and in the rain, in the warm and in the cold. We snuggled together and we played fetch and took long walks. They were the best years of my life.

When my body had worn out and it was time to leave the Earth, just like our father said, I could feel your love because you gave me the greatest gift and held my paw as I drifted away. I watched you cry because I know you miss me but I’m still here. I’m right with you and I watch you every day. When the sun is warm and you think of me, know that I am by your side basking in the warmth of your love…always.

~Sarah Dawn

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Getting What You Ask For

It’s an interesting thing when this happens. Especially when the package is different.

I mean, how many times do we get what we ask for….it just doesn’t quite match the picture in our head of how it is supposed to be.

Supposed to….boy, does that get us into some sticky stuff. What is “supposed to” anyway?

So, how do I know if I am getting what I am asking for?

Here’s a little anecdote for you…

Recently, my lovely husband and I have been through some icky job-related stuff. In the process, we both began searching out other options. We got many closed doors…some even slammed shut. The one door that was open was something neither of us was really excited about. It was something we both had strong points of view about and just (for whatever reason) did not want to do.

After several meetings and nothing but green lights (read…not a single red flag and nothing but light, light, light all the way), I was asking something along the lines of What the f*@# is going on here? (Not actually a question, by the way.) We don’t really want this…not like this. Why is this the only open door?

Out of the sky like a ton of freaking bricks, an awareness hit me over the head. It was a simple, yet profound, awareness.

Is this what we’ve been asking for? Is this what we’ve been wanting all along and it just doesn’t look like we thought it would look?

I immediately texted my hubby: I am going to ask you a question. I need you to get out of your head and tune in with your gut. When you read the question, is it light or heavy? No head-tripping. And then I texted him: Is this what we’ve been asking for?

His reply was simple: Light.

Sometimes, it shows up so different than what we have pictured that we don’t even recognize it.

And worse, we sometimes dismiss it and reject the gift.

When the Package is Different

Have you seen this?

Go ahead. Watch it. I’ll wait.

It got me thinking.

Kevin had an idea of how his life would look. He had dreams of what he wanted to do and where he wanted to be. He had a picture in his mind.

It rarely (almost never) looks like you think.

I have been hit with this awareness about, oh, I don’t know…a bazillion times in the last two weeks. From different areas, different books or audios, that mention how someone had a picture in their mind of how life should or would look.

We do that you know.

We form this picture of what we want life to look like. And then we get what we wish for….but we don’t recognize it.

Just like this scene from one of my favorite movies…

If only we knew. If only we could see all the ways we get exactly what we’ve been asking for.