Let’s keep our priorities top of mind!
For most people, consistency of checking in with close friends and Family is a natural happening.
We do this because we LOVE them, and we genuinely care about their well-being.
Just as with everything (Houses and Automobiles), we need “regularly scheduled maintenance” of all of the systems that comprise our HOS (Human Operating System) else they naturally fall into disrepair.
When disturbances such as Natural disasters and dastardly Viri, throw us “off our game” resulting in obliteration of any semblance of “routine”, we tend to “circle our wagons” and shut DOWN. We retreat within . . .
It’s time like these when we serve ourselves best by directing direct focus on the things that matter most for our personal well-being
Spiritual – Mental – Physical – Social – Emotional
Tune yourself up FIRST before serving others.
This emboldens us to “get out there and make a difference” for others.
Please do this for yourself and for us, so we can “pay it forward” . . . As we each participate in this “well-being exercise”, we build karmic momentum which self-perpetuates and fills the gaps for others.
The best way for us to practice this healing is simple and cathartic. Begin NOW with a “Wellness Check-in call” to everyone you know (Family, Friends, Acquaintances, Business Clients and Prospects) . . . and even people you don’t know (yet). Just ask them how they’re doing and listen to whatever they have to say. EVERYONE is craving interaction with other people.
If you REALLY want to lift a LOT of people up, follow the call with a handwritten note a week later.
No strings attached . . . Just because!
Make this a Habit that continues post quarantine, and my suspicion is that your personal and professional well-being will FLOURISH!
Published by Barry Owen
Strategist-CEO of Pareto Realty Real estate sales Professional Inviter-Facilitator-Practicer of Open Space Technology Opening safe space for people & organizations to self-organize around issues & opportunities BarryOwen.US Invite-Listen-Love View more posts