Letting go techniques to get over your ex boyfriend, ex girlfriend, or ex spouse in addition to other past trauma and pain. Learn how to let go of an ex boyfriend or ex girlfriend, past relationship, or trauma through the power of letting go techniques that you can use to move forward in life with less pain, grief, and emotional injury.Continue reading
This is Coach Lee and I’m going to talk to you about what happens when your ex feels your loss.
What I mean is that after the breakup, when they feel like you are possibly going to get away from them, that you could be happy without them, and that they could actually want you back at some point and not be able to get you back (you’re using the no contact rule, right?), this is what happens:Continue reading
If you’ve seen many of my videos, this first way might be something you’ve already heard, but listen through it, get some repetition and then the others will probably be new or at least a different twist.Continue reading
People often ask me if I were “starting over,” without any websites or marketing/consulting clients, what I would do.
The answer might surprise you. Continue reading
A close friend died this past week. It hasn’t been a good half of year for that in my world.
I’m reminded of the importance to live for the moment AND the future.
You don’t sell out your future for the moment, but you also don’t sell out your moment for the future because you don’t know how much of a future you have left.
I’m reminded of a quote from James Dean that I’ve often thought about:
Dream as if you’ll live forever. Live as if you’ll die today. – James Dean
I have learned to live in the present.
I used to think so much about the future.
I’d work for the future, I’d dream of the future, and I’d long for the future.
I sold out the present as inferior to what was out there down the road.
But in doing that, I didn’t give value to the only thing that I had which was that day, that hour, and that minute.
The interesting thing about the present moment is that it’s slipping through your fingers.
You can never get it back.
The future seems to always be out of reach, but the present is in your hands.
You can make it great.
You can squeeze everything out of it but you cannot keep it.
The future will come so just let it.
Don’t wait on it. Don’t look to it.
Make the most of what is now and the future, when it becomes the “now,” will be more of what you want it to be.
So consider the future in your decisions, but don’t forget or discount the moment.
It’s your moment and it’s all that you have. I do recommend a book on the topic. It’s called, “The Power of Now.”