With every breath comes a decision

Every day we make thousands of decisions in our lives – some big, some small. Some we are more conscious of than others. If each of us made a few adjustments with our decisions every day – we could create an impact in our own lives and also with our families, coworkers, communities, neighborhoods, the environment, and the world around us.  Let’s explore these decisions together as we step in to living a life with intention, meaning, and change the world while we are doing it.

What choices will you make today?  Joy? Kindness? Empathy? Compassion? Perhaps to listen, to love…to be still?

One of the most important decisions we can make is to take responsibility for our own lives, happiness, and for our contributions to and impact on the world around us. Once we do this, we are able to free ourselves from our own limitations and emerge from the life we were told to live. Once we do this – we are the change makers.

This way of life transcends the superficial boundaries of ‘Personal’ vs ‘Professional’. These things are not separate. By bringing your conscious ‘whole-self’ to everything you do, to every interaction, to every breath – you create a ripple effect that will resonate through every aspect of your life and beyond.

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