IF YOU STRUGGLE WITH SOBRIETY BUT ARE STILL WORKING TOWARDS PROTECTING AND CARING FOR YOUR FUTURE SELF...YOU ARE BECOMING THE CEO YOUR LIFE.
BEFORE MOVING ON LET'S DO A BRIEF RECAP
You may remember that at the beginning of this journal series I
had three clearly stated intentions:
1. to support you to have a greater awareness about how
you operate and become a little suspicious about why you think, feel and behave
as you do.
2. to support you be more, do more and have more by
becoming absolutely positively obsessed (A.P.O) with becoming the CEO of your
3. to support you to begin closing the GAP
between where you are now and where you would prefer to be in life.
I said that this journal series is for you if you are someone who
sees the value of:
1. becoming more aware about how you operate.
2. becoming the CEO of your life (in charge of your
beliefs, thoughts, feelings and behaviors.)
3. beginning to close the GAP between where you are now and
where you want to be in 3 months.
-we have explored the impact of social programming.
-we have used awareness to highlight the GAP.
-we have referenced time and again the need to become in charge of our thoughts, feelings and behaviors and to consciously choose new beliefs by deciding to view ourselves as the CEO of our lives (self-image).
-we have discussed the importance of creating new paths of least resistance (aka cow paths) that will serve you now and will ultimately care for and protect the future you.
-we have noted the neurological reality of old ways of being.
I sincerely hope that you are becoming A.P.O. about the idea that you can be, do and have more, since the many limitations associated with your self-image are likely not in alignment with your original potential. I hope that you are becoming curious about what else is possible for you.
In the next portion of this journal series I will be encouraging you to become an amateur social scientist by taking on the role of a profiler. In order to address addiction issues you will need to be clear and deliberate about choosing positive sources of external influence.