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Monday, February 15, 2010

Reduce the Noise

As I was sitting here planning my day something just hit me.  Have you ever listen to a radio or t.v and it seemed to get louder and louder? What seemed to be interesting at first has become a lot more irritating.  Have you ever turned on the T.V to watch the news and your anxiety level began to increase?  How about have you ever surfed the net and became overwhelmed with research?  It is called "Noise"  the buzzing in your ear.  The annoyance in your mind.  The distraction that keeps you from fulfilling your purpose. 

We wonder why we never complete any task that we desire.  There are so many distractions in the super technological world that we can't maintain the moment.  We are living in every moment except the now.  I hope you are catching my drift.  The "Noise" begins to clog your mind and keeps you from belieiving that you can achieve your goals.  You begin to see others producing what you have always said you were going to do.  But they took action.  You turn on the television to find your idea right in front of you.  It's time to turn off the noise whatever is for you will be.  You don't have to compare yourself to others.  What people are doing is what you should be doing and that is taking ACTION.  That is the only difference between you and them.  When you are faced with too much noise you must:

1.  Take ACTION- Begin to plan what you desire to achieve
2.  Remove yourself from the noise-Turn off all distractions
3.  Develop a Positive attitude-Turn off all negativity
4.  Enjoy the moment- Relax and don't worry about the next day or your next move
5.  Continue to Pray, Be Patient, and Prepare
6.  Practice this daily


P.S.  This does not have to relate to technology (although the largest distraction yet).  This can also be noise from friends, family, yourself whatever or whoever is adding distraction to your purpose.  Learn how to balance and incorporate each. 

Best Regards,

Sista Saver


1 comment:

  1. I totally agree, and sometimes the noise may be people....i had to learn that the hard way

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