Embrace the Power of the “ING”

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Simply put, just do it.

Familiar, right?! The power behind the “ING” means to constantly add to the quality of your life or improving the quality of your life. Your life’s resume should be never-ending. Same as your professional resume, there should be an objective, such as experiences, skills, education, descriptive, and so forth. It doesn’t have to be written on paper and formatted like a professional resume, just existing.

I remember being an avid writer as a teenager and writing down everything I wanted to do with myself; whether it was realistic or not. After rereading what I wrote I realized that a lot the things on my list ended in “ING”. I remember thinking to myself “from now on anything that is positive that ends in “ING”, I’m doing it”. Why not?! I started making myself do things I normally wouldn’t do. I am very much an introvert but was forcing myself out of it. Still doing it to this day.

Anyway, the point is to do something. Something you’ve never done, go somewhere you’ve never been before. Raising your vibrations & frequency to another level.

Try experiencing even if you must go at it alone.
Embarking on a new business venture because your current situation is just not enough!

Even if it’s not a new business maybe it’s:

Traveling;
outside your zip code

Seeing;
something new, outside of your usual day-to day norm

Writing;
you will amaze yourself looking back at your journey, distress from keeping things bottled up

Learning; a new language;
even if it’s just the basics

Dancing;
(being the shy girl that I am never would have taken an interest in dance but I love Belly dancing!),

Teaching;
(on a topic you are knowledgeable & passionate about)

Educating; yourself;
your resume can never have enough.

Living;

I’m sure you get the point. There’s more to life than “working & paying” bills.

Changing & Updating;
don’t be the same person you were last year

One of the most insulting things someone can say to you is that you are “still” the same person they remember you being when they last remember you from.

Can you imagine not seeing a friend or family member for however many years you have been separated from them and hearing them say “You haven’t changed not one bit?”

Of course, they may not mean it as an insult but trust me, it is not a compliment. You should not be the same person you were 3, 4, or 10 years ago. That means you are not doing anything with yourself.

It’s healthy to exercise your brain, get your blood pumping.

As of right now, I am inspiring, someone!

EXPERIENCE!
By all means and get yourself a dose of vitamin “ING.”

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