Isn’t it crazy how much technology has advanced over the past few years? When I think about how far different platforms I use have come, I am amazed. A lot of platforms and technology have really helped to make life easier as well as make business easier.
One thing that is common, is the auto play feature. Whether you’re watching Hulu, YouTube, or some other media outlet, you don’t have to think. All you have to do is sit there and keep watching. In fact, autopilot features extend beyond what’s available on the internet. Even your car will drive for you.
As convenient as all of this is. shutting our brains off is not good. If things are being done for us, we don’t have to think about why we are doing what we are doing, and that can be dangerous.
In my latest podcast episode, I discuss this very subject and share some tips on how we can live more intentionally.
Being able to adapt and adjust to any environment is sometimes not an advantage. In my latest episode, I share a story about times when adjusting and finding comfort could be dangerous. Sometimes we need to pay closer attention to changing conditions and reconsider our position.
I recently did a Twitter poll to find out what people wanted to hear next on the podcast. The results were pretty clear! Many said they wanted to hear about breaking bad cycles in their lives. Self love was the second runner-up, and I have a series on that which you can listen to here.
Do you ever feel like you have the best intentions, but still seem to remain stuck in bad cycles? Let’s explore some of the ways we get stuck in our poor choices and habits, and how we can make a change for the better.
A new day requires new encouragement. I believe so many of us start out with intentions of being positive and ridding ourselves of fear and self doubt– but then circumstances come. Sometimes we are so focused on circumstances, we are unable to see a clear path from where we currently are, to where we know we want to be.
I tweeted something recently:
It can be disheartening when it seems like everyone around you is passing you by. Remember everyone has a different call and destination.