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LINKS & RESOURCES
From Tiff & Jack
Passion can feel big and scary and you may wonder if you’ll ever feel it again.
Fear not, there’s hope!
In today’s podcast, Tiff and I share the 7 very easy “rules” of creating a solid passionate foundation. When we talk about this there is nothing holding us back…full disclosure, because we know that our experiences are great teaching tools for what not to do. (For instance, be sure to listen for the silverware story which happened to be our first “fight” after being newly married last week.)
Here’s a quick overview of the 7 Rules:
You’ll want to listen to the whole show to hear each rule explained in depth. We love letting you into the inner sanctum of our lives. Sometimes life can get messy! And we’re not afraid to share.
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Ponder on the situation before making a decision of how to proceed?
Assess the situation quickly and formulate a plan of action?
You check in with yourself about how you’re feeling and get an intuitive sense of the best way to approach the day.
You think about your goals for the day and plan out how to get it all done.
You check your “to do” list and take the next steps right away to keep up your momentum.
You see the “big picture” and feel into what needs to be done and trust it will all come together.
You love getting support and advice about your work or relationship issues and highly consider doing what they say.
You enjoy shooting the breeze and keeping it light, without asking for advice or opinions.
You listen and empathize, and begin thinking of something you can do for them that would provide comfort.
You start thinking of ways to solve the problem, give them some advice, and get off of the phone, knowing that things have a way of working themselves out.
Your thoughts acknowledged and respected?
Your feelings recognized and cherished?
You feel beat, but decide to push through, because completing what you’ve started for the day makes you feel accomplished.
You feel tired and choose to take a quick break or even leave a little early, knowing that you’ll do a better job when you’re not tired.
You choose a workout that would feel good.
You select your workout based on your fitness goals.
You connect by sharing your feelings about how the day went.
You talk about the logistics of the day and what you accomplished and plan on getting done tomorrow.
Have your partner initiate sex?
You take time to ponder and meditate on it and imagine how you would feel in either outcome, and go with your “gut feeling” to make your decision.
You take a look at the pro’s and con’s and weigh out your options, making a logical decision.
You have a firm plan with clear goals about what you’re doing and where you’ll be in the future.
You are open to life’s surprises and are willing to change your course if you feel you need to.
Trust your intuition/feelings?
Lean on your logic or empirical evidence?
Feel good in order to do what needs to be done?
Do what needs to be done in order to feel good?
Do the driving?