By Francine Ward
During this age of rapid gratification, severe makeovers, and fleeting luck, Francine Ward bargains a decidedly unconventional method of gaining vanity. incomes it. How? With dedication, honesty, and so much of all, day-by-day perform. Fifty-Two Weeks of Esteemable Acts is a application of motion designed by means of a girl who reworked her personal lifetime of dependancy, crime, and disorder into considered one of awesome integrity, provider, and success. How? throughout the practices of esteemable acts.
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And it was that sense of being right that not only kept me separated from my friend and mentor for too many years but also made me unable to see any part I had played in the events that unfolded. All I knew was that I was right and he was wrong. I waited patiently for him to get that and apologize to me. He never did. And the truth is, whether my part was small or large, it didn’t matter. As long as I carried a grudge, as long as I held on to my deep-seated resentment, the outcome remained the same: we were estranged.
It’s a good reminder that we do a better job of taking care of others if we first take care of ourselves. Staying focused and on track is about keeping agreements with ourselves. Eventually, to succeed at what we want to do in life, we must start doing the things that lead to our success, regardless of life’s distractions. We must be willing to take an action despite how we feel. We must stay focused on the goal. This week, I invite you to have the courage to stay focused on your needs and desires—no matter what!
Once in a while, perhaps, it’s not a problem; it’s part of human nature. But when regularly neglecting our needs and desires becomes a lifestyle choice, we pay dearly. And with each mental detour, the price gets higher as our self-esteem sinks. So why do we get off track? Why do we allow ourselves to lose sight of what we say is important in the moment? There are lots of reasons, some more valid than others. Our own emergencies, other people’s emergencies, lack of money, lack of time, insufficient information, no child care, our spouse, our boss, our kids—are all examples of excuses we use for not tending to our own needs.
52 Weeks of Esteemable Acts. A Guide to Right Living by Francine Ward