Want To Spring Out of Bed Each Morning?
Kia Ora, from New Zealand, friends and Colleagues
Do the activities and decisions, that you are involved in make you want to spring out of bed each morning?
We might take the time to consider that taking a playful approach to what we are doing, (we could perhaps describe it as the game of business) absolutely does not trivialise what we are doing; it rather has the effect of vitalising our activity and making it far more interesting.
We can choose what is meaningful, in a way that children do naturally, because we can probably agree that innocence is an incubator for vitality. As adults, we might think about whether we have to reclaim our experience of innocence and harness it to carry us through our daily challenges.
Creative Potential Realised
When we do this we are essentially plugging into the full power of our own creative potential.
How do we know what our core values are? Our key metric I would suggest is vitality; we really feel that our lives are there to be lived.
We swing our legs over the side of the bed onto the floor each morning, not with a weary outlook but with a healthy excited prospect of unlocking more creative potential.
We are constantly taking steps forward, toward something we may not quite reach. But what really matters is that we continue that forward direction while feeling enthusiastic and fulfilled
Enjoy your day or evening, friends and colleagues, from New Zealand,
Kia Koa, Kia Kaha