What if I said you could make a radical shift in your life to feel better and all it will cost you is the cost of a book? It’s pretty simple – and cost effective – as long as you’re willing to make the choice and shift how you approach your day by thinking and focusing on what will make you feel good (and happy). This is what “How to Make Feeling Good Your Priority” is all about. Choices. How you view and interpret experiences, setbacks, good days and bad days. It doesn’t require immense amounts of therapy, drugs, money or dredging up all your past hurts to “work through them.” What it does entail is using your life’s experiences as tools to help you realize how you were able to take obstacles and forks in the road, learn from them, move on and find happiness and success (again).
When you make feeling good your priority, you start this magnetic shift from bad days to bad moments. It’s a lot easier to let go of a bad moment than a bad day. When you think about it, a bad day is just a series of moments. If you make the shift from a day to a moment, it’s a lot easier to let go and move on. This is when you make the conscious shift to say, how can I feel better? You can then start to move from blaming others to accepting responsibility. Responsibility for how you feel, how you want to feel, and how you react to other people and external situations. I know you inherently believe it’s possible or you wouldn’t be here. So, let’s get started and have some fun. Isn’t that what feeling good is all about?