Insights & Observations

Thursday, November 04, 2010

Keeping the Momentum Tip # 11 & 12

Tip #11 for Keeping the Momentum may sound simple, yet there is so much more to it. So I encourage you to...

Be thankful! Yes that is right. Gratitude, combined with acceptance and appreciation, is a powerful ingredient to keeping momentum.

Being thankful is an act, a mindset and a way of being that promotes a prosperity consciousness. The more you are thankful, the more you have to be thankful for in all areas of your life.

And with Tip #12 for Keeping the Momentum, you'll find greater success, joy and ease in your life when you...

Master your moments. Momentum is based on what we do, how we think and the way we choose to be in each moment.

Since moment is the root of momentum, it makes sense. Yet with the complexity and pace of life, technology, world events can be easy to get lost in the past, worry about the future and forget to focus on the moment at hand. Mindfulness, practicing the presence, along with the previous 11 tips are ways to keep your focus on what is at hand in the moment. This ensures the optimal, appropriate response for yourself and all involved.

Bonus ~ for keeping your momentum: all of the Top 12 Tips for Keeping the Momentum are available as a one page, suitable for framing gift for you. All you have to do is send an e-mail with Top 12 Tips for Keeping the Momentum in the subject line to info [at] ASystemthatWorks [dot] com.

Here's to keeping the momentum for great success with all of your endeavors.

In Gratitude & Appreciation,


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Monday, October 25, 2010

Keeping the Momentum Tip #10

Keeping the Momentum Tip # 10 fits in well with the current season, it's fall in the USA.

Understand your rhythms and cycles. The ebb and flow of life can affect your momentum. Some things naturally take more time than others.

Everyone has their natural way for doing things. Trust yourself and trust what you know to be true for you. Of course, this doesn't mean you can't be flexible.

Keeping the Momentum...Naturally!


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Monday, October 18, 2010

Keeping the Momentum Tip #9

As we continue exploring the Top Tips for Keeping the Momentum Tip #9 is:

Open to new ideas. Be aware of your thoughts and of what is going on around you. Stop, look and listen are basic guidelines for picking up ideas and tips to add to or enhance what you are already doing.

As I reflect on this tip, I am reminded of the quote by the ever famous Anonymous:
A mind is like a parachute.
It only functions when it is open.

Our gifts of awareness and mindfulness will serve us well when we are open to new ideas.

Other points to consider include:
  1. start where you are (your baseline),
  2. be open to new ideas,
  3. take inspired actions,
  4. adjust as needed.
Keeping the Momentum...



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Monday, October 11, 2010

Keeping the Momentum Tip #8

Tip #8 for Keeping the Momentum is near and dear to my heart; it is...

Harness the power of your enthusiasm. Part of keeping your momentum going is to connect and reconnect with the enthusiasm you felt in the initial experience. Reflection and visualization can help ignite the spark of enthusiasm.

For more information on how to Harness the Power of your enthusiasm, check out the Enthusiasm 4 U blog, which has a variety of articles, tips, insights, book excerpts and points to ponder.

Harnessing Enthusiasm!


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Friday, October 01, 2010

Keeping the Momentum Tip # 7

Keeping the Momentum Tip # 7

...guides and informs providing the way to better your best. That's why it is always a good idea to:

Monitor your progress. Here are two insightful questions to ask yourself on a periodic basis: What went well? What, if anything, can I do differently the next time?

Taking time to inquire, better yet write it down so you have a record and resource to monitor your progress.

What went well before, during and after. Depending on your situation, also remember to ask what went well with the beginning, middle and end.

The second question does not imply anything went wrong. It is simply asking if there might be anything you would do differently to enhance or improve future experiences.

Monitoring your progress is another way to review how far you have come.

Keeping the Momentum Going...

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Saturday, September 25, 2010

Keeping the Momentum Tip # 6

Tip #6 is powerful.

Respect your gift of choice. Keeping the momentum is a choice before, during and after the event. Possibilities and opportunities abound for ongoing growth and development. Choose wisely.

In the Flow of Wise Discernment,


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Friday, September 17, 2010

Keeping the Momentum Tip #5

Tip #5 identifies one of the key things you can do to keep the momentum going:

Keep things simple and realistic. Make it a point to select one or two things to do initially. Once they become a natural part of your behavior, or you determine that 'it' isn't right for you, select one or two more to implement.

Making note of your experiences along the way allows for the opportunity to get valuable information. This information provides insight that leads to greater clarity, focus and confidence. Also, keeping things simple and realistic:

* is a form of self-care.
* reduces stress.
* supports you personally and professionally.
* builds skills through a series of small successes.

In Simplicity,


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