Posts Tagged ‘Effort’

Urgency, urgency, urgency

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Something I never experienced in a chiropractors or therapist office is urgency.

Many times someone would say, I have been in therapy for 17 years, feeling proud of the effort, I think.

Their mouths drop when I ask, why they never thought 17 years and no improvement was a failure.

Many believe the therapist is responsible for healing, so we keep going, waiting for them to heal us. It will never happen.

Urgency starts with taking responsibility for your healing.

I was a pro athlete, we trained in the off season to improve our weaknesses for next season. If the new season does not bring improvements, we will change our program.

We put in the work and we expect results.

No matter the path you choose, expect results.

Have the courage to change, to adapt, to add urgency.

I expect my therapist to care and want me to heal as quick as possible.

My healing had the highest level of urgency.

If yours is not, better rethink your path.

Have a purpose, feed it urgency with daily work.

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Trying!

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the trying.
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The rest
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our business.”
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– T. S. Elliot
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I love this, so simple, so powerful, so bare.
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We are responsible for two things, effort and attitude.
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Results are way, way, way, way above our pay grade.
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Relax, then strive to live fully with all out effort.
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Why think when you can live?
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Attitude is everything. – Charles Swindoll .

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Life is a journey, not a destination.
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Results, those responsible, are way above our pay grade.
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Effort and attitude comprise our responsibility.
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Effort and attitude are internally driven and contained.
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Expend maximum effort exploring gratitude, then pivot to giving.
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Let go of judgment, then take action with intense effort.
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Smile while you live fully.
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