In the last email (review email 38)
I again suggested that we need to question our ways of being. As has
been discussed, much of how we operate is a result of social programming
and not necessarily congruent with our potential. Our thoughts,
feelings and actions are often automatic rather then conscious and
Questioning our ways of being means we are willing to look at where we
are in life, and then be open to what it is we wish to create. However,
to close the GAP, we must begin to be more honest with ourselves.
By deliberately challenging ourselves to scrutinize others who are a
little further ahead of us in terms of being the CEO of their lives, and
by asking ourselves to assess our current efforts, we are gently
nudging the subconscious mind to consider new ways of being.
In the last email, I encouraged you to assess your level of commitment
and follow through with this educational series. I suggested that you
ask yourself the following questions:
-how dedicated have I been in reading each email?
-how devoted have I been to my personal growth?
-how much action have I been willing to take?
These questions are not to be used to gather evidence that strengthens a
victim mindset, rather they are designed to move us toward internal
If you have not yet made the time to review these questions, and give them your full attention, I encourage you to do so now.
Realize that even your willingness, or lack of willingness to make use
of the exercises offered is a programmed and automated way of being.
Please remember that this series offers incremental learning. Go back and review emails if necessary.
Terri Lee Cooper MSc. RSW