Rekonnect Kinesiology was a kinesiology clinic and counselling service operating in Sydney’s inner west. I was the owner of this successful practice and helped over 90 people achieve their personal, professional and health goals.
I wrote the marketing material for the business, including web copy, advertorials, flyers, fact sheets and a sporadic blog called Rekonnect writes.
The copy: Sample blog posts
I have a quote on the wall in my clinic that says: Success not found in what you have achieved, but rather in who you have become. I like this approach. It is being, rather than doing, focusing on what is rather than what isn’t.
I sometimes get lost in my larger longer term goals often forgetting the small yet still significant steps that it takes to get there. Each one of these is a success and I continually remind myself to enjoy and acknowledge these. I find it helps to write down 5 things that I have achieved in a day, no matter how small.
Lori Radun has written an interesting article on success. She suggests that rather than focusing on success as achieving some future improved condition that we take another approach:
- Be the best you can be
- Create an action plan for what you want in the future
- Enjoy all that life has to offer right now
For more on this approach, read Lori Radun’s article: A New Definition of Success.
May you be and enjoy every success, big and small.
Feng shui your mind
You may be familiar with removing clutter from your house for good feng shui, but what about clutter from your mind? We hold a lot of thoughts in our conscious and our subconscious minds and these can weigh us down and clutter our inner houses.
Caroline Myss in her latest book Defy Gravity, asks us to answer this question: What psychic, emotional, or mental weight am I carrying that is unnecessary to my journey? Why am I carrying this?
Checking in with yourself regularly can have a profound effect on your mental and emotional health. Sit for a while in silence and see what comes up for you.
We have what we seek, it is there all the time, and if we give it time, it will make itself known to us – Thomas Merton
Wishing you love and light until we meet again in the blogosphere.
Rekonnect writes: healthy bites of wisdom and love from your kinesiologist