One morning in the USA I got up at 3:30am so that Gary and I could get in the car at 4:30am and and drive an hour to the TV station so that he could have 4 minutes on Colorado Springs Channel News 5. And then we drove back, packed up and went to this expo. And we walked around this expo and Gary did this talk and then we drove another two hours to Denver Airport, got on the plane and went to LA, and we were home at about 10pm. Then I got on my computer, had to answer to a few people and call someone and went to bed. And that’s just all in a days work. It was an incredibly long day and yet what if it was just fluid?
What if everything you had to do today was fluid? Sometimes I am home for one day and I have five telecalls. But there is not a sense of how much I have to do. It is just “what can I be with my day today?”
And there is no stress, there is no overwhelm. It’s like “okay so choice creates awareness.” What could I choose right now? What else could I add? Is there anything else that could be of assistance?
But not going to the overwhelm or the doingness. It’s that space of choice that you have available and it is a choice. The space of choice that you have available.
That space of choice comes from being.
The thing is, I don’t do business from the limitations of this reality. Which means that there is no judgment. If you stopped judging yourself so harshly and you stopped judging your business would you actually create more?
Would you allow the business to BE more rather than the business being in the doing? Because your business just wants to be.
Truly, would you allow it (and you!) to BE? So that a lot more (Joy of Business) could show up?