Habit #1- Don't judge someone's choices if you don't understand their reasons
There is no accurate way to know the circumstances, pressures or perspectives that lead people to do what they do.
People rarely set out to be lazy, incompetent or cruel. It’s more about our perspective than anything else and we just don’t have enough information.
FEEL GOOD HABIT
Find yourself judging someone? Give them the benefit of the doubt.
Habit #2- Make feeling the steering factor in decision making
Life is interpreted and lived through your senses and emotions. You need your emotions to interpret your life, they are a vital source of inner wisdom.
If you can't decide on something, tune into the way you feel and use this insight to give you direction.
Feel good about what you do before you do it. If you can't feel good, don't do it.
Habit #3- It doesn't matter what you do, it matters how you feel about what you do.
When you're busy, feeling good usually isn't a priority.
But feeling good is the only way to know you are getting the most out of an experience. When you feel good, you are working at your peak; you are energized, focused and more clear-headed.
Also, consider that people won't care about what you do; they will care about how you make them feel. You can't inspire other people to feel good by feeling bad.
It's time to make feeling good a priority.
Habit #4- You win because of how well you play.
Many goals are crushed because the focus is on achieving, not what it takes to achieve.
Winning isn’t as important as the intention you sustain along the way.
Keynote speaker on goal setting.
FEEL -GOOD HABIT
Immerse yourself in the activity it takes to get to where you want to go. Everything else will fall into place.