I'm on a roll. I'm sitting here on Sunday morning sharing my thoughts with you. I spend all week long dwelling on subjects and then Sunday morning I just sit down and I let it go.
I let these subjects flow from me and it's amazing what comes out and it's amazing how much it helps me. A little, little selfish aside there, but it does help me and I know it's helping many of you because I have some of you tell me... I call this being in the flow.
Can we create flow states more often in our life?
You know what that's like if you're into sports at all. Maybe you're into tennis and one day your backhand, I mean, it sizzles. You spin your serves and they fire up and, and they're always in, and you are in the flow. You're playing baseball, you're playing football, you're running, you're in the flow.
You're a runner, and all of a sudden you feel like you're floating. I'm not even a good runner and I've experienced this because there are just certain days, certain times you get in the flow. To me, getting in the flow is important because that's where the magic happens.
I work hard at getting in the flow. I try to stay in the flow. I try to stay in that... where that forward momentum is rocking all the time.
I do that by focusing on the positive. Here we go again, focusing on the positive. I try to take sadness, I try to take depression, I try to take frustration out of my life. It's not easy. It's not easy because you have to accept that you are sad, depressed, frustrated, and then you have to work on releasing, sad, depressed, frustrated.
Once you do, and once you start focusing on what you're doing, you can get in the flow. And man, there's nothing that feels better than being in the flow.
That's it. Acknowledge, release, and then flow.
May you move well, stay healthy, be happy. Live every day with passion and find the flow. Talk to you tomorrow.