Should "Yes" be your answer?

May 30, 2016 - Should "Yes" be your answer?  Are you hesitating doing something or moving forward simply because you don't have all the answers that you feel you need to proceed? Have you stopped progress on an initiative because you are waiting on others to do their part, or you feel you are in limbo at this time? Anything that is important to you has a multitude of ways to continue to move forward. Don't allow yourself to hesitate when small efforts can make a big difference. Even when others are handling things, there is still something you can do in preparation for the next stages once their work is done. Doing something is your way of saying, "Yes, this is important to me."


Take an MM&I Moment to consider how you can continue to move your most desired goals forward, especially those that feel as though they are awaiting you or others to get things done. What answers do you need? What status is needed from others so you can continue to plan forward? What can you be doing while others are working on their parts to create parallel momentum? Making progress of any kind feels good, and with that feeling comes even more enthusiasm to keep things progressing.


Synergized Quote of the Week

"The soul's joy lies in doing." - Percy Bysshe Shelley


What you choose to do on an ongoing basis is what you are subconsciously saying "Yes" to as being important or essential for you to be doing. If you aren't doing what you desire to be doing, then it's time to consciously say "No" to whatever is not serving your ultimate desires in order to be saying "Yes" to them.


Yours in synergistic thinking,


Sherre' DeMao