In this age of information overload, how do we cultivate discernment in ourselves so that we’re choosing what we pay attention to and what we ignore?
We’re living in an information age with all kinds of media coming at us from all sides, and we appreciate all of the opportunities this provides. The value of having the ability to access the solutions and resources we need at a moment’s notice is both exciting and enriching.
At the same time, how do we use the power we have to make choices about what we pay attention to and support our need to take a break?
We’ve noticed that it’s easy to get sidelined and distracted and to use our precious energy on input that doesn’t add value to our lives.
In the past, we were required to seek out resources and information. In so doing, we were making clear choices. Now, rather than needing to go looking for information, we’re called on to choose what we want to allow in.
These are new muscles we’re using, and it’s so important to strengthen these in order to provide time for balance and restoration.
This is not only important for us as coaches, but also invites us to show up for our clients, and model this way of responding to our world.
Does this resonate with you?
If so, what have you tried? How do you make choices to support balance in your life as you navigate the constant flow of information?
How do you support your clients with these challenges?
As we move into the holidays and the end of the year, what do you want to create for yourself?
We would love to hear from you!
All our best,
Sheri and Jamee
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